Dwyane Wade’s 30 Points Lead Heat to Overtime Victory in Game 4

The Miami Heat needed Dwyane Wade for a pivotal game four versus the Toronto Raptors last night, and Dwyane Wade showed up in a BIG way. Wade scored 30 points in 39 minutes on 13-24 shooting to lead the Heat to a 94-87 overtime win over the Raptors to lead all players in scoring. WithContinue reading “Dwyane Wade’s 30 Points Lead Heat to Overtime Victory in Game 4”

Klay Thompson Knocks Off Teammate Stephen Curry to Win Three-Point Contest

After losing last year’s three-point contest to Stephen Curry, Warriors guard Klay Thompson recently said he wants to give his teammate a little payback for that, and he did just that. Thompson beat out Curry in the final round after Curry beat out Suns rookie Devin Booker. Thompson edge Curry by four points, scoring 27.Continue reading “Klay Thompson Knocks Off Teammate Stephen Curry to Win Three-Point Contest”

Splash Brothers & James Harden Headline Three Point Contest

We all remember last year when Warriors guard Stephen Curry took over the NBA’s three-point contest and won. (shocker, I know) Curry will return to the event to defend his title, and he will be joined by fellow teammate Klay Thompson, who of course is second in the NBA with total threes made at 155Continue reading “Splash Brothers & James Harden Headline Three Point Contest”

LeBron, Kobe, Curry, Durant Headline 2016 NBA All-Star Starters

The 2016 NBA All-Star Game will be in Toronto, and it will be the 18th and final All-Star game in the historic career of Lakers guard Kobe Bryant. Bryant, who of course announced earlier this season that he would retire after this year, was the leading vote-getter 1,981,614 votes. Bryant was also the leading vote-getterContinue reading “LeBron, Kobe, Curry, Durant Headline 2016 NBA All-Star Starters”

Nets Finally Showing What we Expected

The Brooklyn Nets went all in for a championship last season, acquiring Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Jason Terry in a draft day trade with the Boston Celtics, giving them a starting lineup of Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Brook Lopez with Terry coming off the bench. The Nets made theContinue reading “Nets Finally Showing What we Expected”

Kyle Lowry Trucks Hassan Whiteside: No Fouled Called

Hassan Whiteside has been known to take cheap shots on players as of late, but one thing that might be getting left un-noticed here is what Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry did to Hassan Whiteside. With the Heat and Raptors facing off tonight, a ball was going towards Hassan Whiteside’s area. Lowry then lowered hisContinue reading “Kyle Lowry Trucks Hassan Whiteside: No Fouled Called”

NBA All-Star Reserves Announced

After weeks of predictions about the NBA All-Star reserves and potential snubs, we finally have our answers as to who will be coming off the bench in this year’s NBA All-Star game. As always, there are some snubs, some questionable players in the game, and whatever else you want to call it. Here are yourContinue reading “NBA All-Star Reserves Announced”

Who Deserves to Start in the NBA All-Star Game This Year?

The 2014-2015 NBA All-Star game is rapidly approaching. You can vote on Social Media using the hashtag #NBABallot. (Example: LeBron James #NBABallot). You can also vote online at nba.com and in any NBA teams arena. So who deserves to start the NBA All-Star Game this year? Let’s take a look at some potential candiates forContinue reading “Who Deserves to Start in the NBA All-Star Game This Year?”

5 Reasons why The Toronto Raptors will have 50 wins this Season

The Toronto Raptors are back. Finally, it seemed like the playoff drought had lasted forever. For the first time in a long time I can say, I am excited for this upcoming Raptors season.  After a disappointing yet, oddly rewarding playoff run, The Raptors are looking to capitalize on what was a solid year lastContinue reading “5 Reasons why The Toronto Raptors will have 50 wins this Season”

5 Reasons why The Toronto Raptors will have 50 wins this season

The Toronto Raptors are back. Finally, it seemed like the playoff drought had lasted forever. For the first time in a long time I can say, I am excited for this upcoming Raptors season.  After a disappointing yet, oddly rewarding playoff run, The Raptors are looking to capitalize on what was a solid year lastContinue reading “5 Reasons why The Toronto Raptors will have 50 wins this season”

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