Tweet of the Night: Draymond Green’s mother believes her son would be an All-Star if it wasn’t a popularity contest


Is Draymond Green worth picking as an All-Star reserve this year? By the typical numbers alone, there is no chance that the starting power forward of the Golden State Warriors would make the exclusive team: he is averaging 12.1 points on 44.4 percent shooting from the field, 1.5 3-pointers on 34.1 percent shooting, 8.1 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.5 steals, 1.5 blocks and two turnovers. Actually, those numbers aren’t exactly shabby. According to, there are only two other players in NBA history


Tweet of the Night: Vivek Ranadivé reacts to Peter Vecsey’s questionable tweet


Earlier on Friday, the already-controversial Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadivé was campaigning for an All-Star berth for his stars in Rudy Gay and DeMarcus Cousins. Needless to say, many of the fans and most around the league in general were shocked and unhappy about the recent firing of head coach Michael Malone, given the job he had done early on (before going on a losing streak due to the prolonged absence of Cousins) and the identity the Kings appeared to be


Tweet of the Night: Without comment, Bill Simmons posts a clip of LeBron James’ commercial from October

LeBron James

The Cleveland Cavaliers are not playing like the team many expected them to be (sound familiar?), and it has been causing all sorts of unnecessary drama over the past week or so. It all kind of started when LeBron James stated he was “in chill mode” during a contest against the Orlando Magic, which he said was “deactivated” when Tobias Harris riled him up. Although James clarified those comments on Tuesday by stating “it had nothing to do with me not


Tweet of the Night: Jordan Crawford reacts to DeMarcus Cousins’ ridiculous dunk over Mason Plumlee


Jordan Crawford may currently be out of the NBA, but the showy guard still provides plenty of solid reactions when he sees noteworthy plays in the league. During the fourth quarter in a matchup between the Sacramento Kings and Brooklyn Nets on Monday, DeMarcus Cousins went up after making a spin move in the paint area against Mason Plumlee and, well, see for yourself: [Read more…]


Tweet of the Night: Houston Rockets twitter handle joins in on the “Temecula” fun

James Harden

If you were using twitter on Christmas, you might have noticed the word “Temecula” trending everywhere. Hell, it’s still trending. Basically, well, you can read about what happened here. To make a long story short, two men (as you can see in the photoshopped work of a twitter user) on twitter got into an argument about Kobe Bryant and some other basketball-related things and decided it was time to take things to the next level by meeting up in Temecula (one of


Q&A: Jamal Crawford on maintaining unique style of play, rivalry with Golden State, and current state of the Clippers

Jamal Crawford

Players in the NBA usually have a limited window of opportunity in terms of how consistent their level of play can be through the course of their careers. Whether it’s injury-related or facing the undefeated Father Time, something usually happens to eventually slow down a player’s ability to do things the same way year after year. There are some, however, who simply defy this logic and produce at an elite level until the day they retire. The prime example of this is


Tweet of the Night: Kevin Ding calls out Byron Scott for the way he has coached the Lakers


Here is something no one thought would happen on Tuesday night: the Golden State Warriors – the best team in the league – lost to the bottom-feeding Los Angeles Lakers. Despite the fact that the Warriors were playing on the second night of a back-to-back on the road, the loss was simply inexplicable, given the fact that the Lakers were playing without their star Kobe Bryant. There had been much talk about Bryant feeling fatigued in recent games, so the shooting guard


Tweet of the Night: Reggie Miller congratulates Tim Duncan


When you’ve played the game of basketball at a level as consistent as Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs, you’re bound to move past a lot of players in the history books. This year has been the year of passing for the power forward of sorts, as he became the 19th player in NBA history to score at least 25,000 career points. The feat also put him in the most elite of categories, as he became only the second player