Tweet of the Night: Draymond Green reacts to Glen Davis’ flop during scuffle with Portland Trail Blazers

Draymond Green Warriors

Chris Paul suffered the wrath of the internet and twitter this week after an unpleasant night of trying to guard Stephen Curry on Tuesday. The good thing about the NBA, though, is that there is always another game to play the following night or soon after, and Paul took full advantage of this on Wednesday when he took his anger out on the Portland Trail Blazers with 41 points (on 13-of-21 shooting from the field), five rebounds, 17 assists, four steals and


Tweet of the Night: DeAndre Jordan videobombs Matt Barnes with Macarena dance

DeAndre Jordan

The Los Angeles Clippers have been rolling as of late with five consecutive wins, and the streak continued on Friday after a 119-98 dismantling of the Philadelphia 76ers on the road. DeAndre Jordan was dominant as usual with 17 points, 20 rebounds and two blocks in just 28 minutes, Chris Paul had 25 points and seven assists and Matt Barnes provided an all-around presence with 15 points, four rebounds, three assists and four steals. The Clippers now have the fourth best record in


SH Blog: How Curry stays sharp before each game, George Karl wants Rudy Gay at power forward

Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry has become a megastar in the NBA because there is seemingly nothing he can’t do on the court if it is skill-related. He is quite possibly the most gifted shooter in the history of the league, and recognized as one of the best ball handlers in the game right now. These things aren’t accomplished just by sheer talent and game experience. He puts in the kind of work that is necessary to be as good as he is before every game.


Tweet of the Night: Enes Kanter appreciates big game from fellow Turk Ersan Ilyasova


It has been a long-time coming for Ersan Ilyasova of the Milwaukee Bucks, but the forward has finally put together a stretch he can be proud of in the month of March. Ilyasova has been in and out of the lineup through much of the season due to an assortment of injuries and struggled to find a rhythm when he did play, as Jason Kidd constantly experimented with different lineups and rotations.  [Read more…]


Tweet of the Night: Vanessa Macias explains why Tim Duncan hit a 3-pointer against the Thunder

Tim Duncan

The playoffs are approaching, and that means the San Antonio Spurs may be ready to put themselves into another gear heading down the stretch of the year. The question throughout the season had been whether they actually had another gear to turn on after taking home the championship trophy last season. It looked shaky at times and injuries to key players certainly didn’t help, but the Spurs have won 11 of their last 14 games and made an example out of the