People Don’t Just Shoot Dice In Vegas – They Shoot Hoops Too

Las Vegas is famous for many things – a city in the middle of the sand, night after night of solid entertainment and some of the hottest casinos this side of China. Believe it or not, the state of Nevada actually plays a pretty mean game of basketball, as shown by the fact that their university team is gunning for the Conference Title this weekend. The UNLV Runnin’ Rebels are taking to the hardwood at Thomas & Mack Center in Vegas


Scotto: Rudy Gay is Available with NBA Trade Deadline One Month Away

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Need a forward? Rudy Gay is available, multiple league sources tell And the list does not end there. Ryan Anderson is on the wish list of several teams. Josh Smith can be had … again. Markieff Morris is playing again in what looks like a showcase. Terrence Jones’ name is resurfacing again, along with Houston Rockets teammate Corey Brewer — who is eligible to be dealt as of 12:01 a.m. EST Friday. The NBA trade deadline is a month away, and GMs are working


Sponsorship issues in Australia’s NBL

As modern sport becomes evermore lucrative, the financial pressures placed upon all levels of teams has been massively increased in order to stay competitive. And in order to meet these increased pressures, many teams are finding themselves seeking sponsorship from a variety of unlikely companies including online casino brands and junk food firms in order to stay afloat. during the round 3 NBL match between the Adelaide 36ers and the Cairns Taipans at Adelaide Arena on October


Can Curry and the Warriors Keep It Up?

As of this writing, the Golden State Warriors are experiencing the best start to an NBA season in league history. Wizards v/s Warriors 03/02/11 Following the team’s most recent win against the Indiana Pacers, many are talking seriously about their chances of breaking even more records by the season’s conclusion. Those include the record for the NBA’s longest consecutive win streak, the most wins in a single season, and Stephen Curry’s quest to break the individual player record


Hubbard: Colangelo Brings Common Sense to 76ers

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For the last three years, the Philadelphia 76ers have embraced the philosophy that one way to win big is to lose big. So it makes perfect sense that on Monday, their youth movement continued with the addition of a 76-year-old man. It is significant that Jerry Colangelo showed up in Philadelphia less than three weeks before Santa Claus. That likely answered the Christmas wish of many Sixers fans, because Colangelo no doubt arrives bearing the gift of common sense. Since becoming general


NBA Futures Update for the 2015-16 Season

The old San Antonio Spurs were injected this summer with a giant blast of youth. After picking up free agent LaMarcus Aldridge from the Portland Trail Blazers, the team also added some much needed depth in David West. Over the course of a few months the Spurs shot up from has beens to the baddest team on the block. As of the first week of October, NBA Futures at TopBet sportsbook have the San Antonio Spurs (+200) pegged to win the


Tweet of the Night: Canada Basketball


The road to Rio made a stop in San Juan, Puerto Rico last night for the opener of the Marchand Cup, and Andrew Wiggins led Canada to an 85-80 victory over Luis Scola and Argentina. When you look around the globe and try to discern who the next basketball powerhouse will be, the best place to look is just north of the U.S. border. Canada will one day be able to field a tam of NBA players all in their primes