The Sacramento Kings made a couple of moves on Thursday, signing free agents Ryan Hollins and Omri Casspi. It will be a homecoming of sorts for Casspi, who played the first two years of his NBA career with Sacramento. Hollins had played for the Los Angeles Clippers for the past two seasons and will now look to provide a veteran presence for the young Kings. Hollin had his signing moment captured on camera along with Casspi and shared his excitement on twitter: Today was
Training camps around the NBA will be opening in just a few short weeks, but that isn’t stopping players from perfecting their crafts before then.
Amidst a summer of sports controversy, positivity is far too difficult to find. Fortunately, Wednesday, September 17 marked the anniversary of one of the most important days in NBA history. It was Phil Jackson’s 69th birthday. Jackson is a 13-time NBA champion, winning a record 11 as head coach of the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers and two as a player for the New York Knicks. Thus, Jackson has become the gold standard for the NBA. Known mostly for his unparalleled management of egos
With the NBA season slowly but surely approaching, it’s that time of the year where various well-known sites like ESPN and Sports Illustrated start ranking the players in different ways. While ESPN does a countdown of every player in the league, Sports Illustrated narrows it down and ranks the top 100 players. Thus far, Sports Illustrated has revealed up to the 31st best player in the league, and the player named at the top of that list was Washington Wizards point
After a few offseason moves that made Chandler Parsons the Dallas Mavericks’ highest paid player, they are finally showcasing him in a team related commercial. He and point guard Devin Harris are featured in a promo for North Texas Giving Day, an online giving event that provides nonprofits with an opportunity to get public exposure and gain new donors, resulting in a lot of money being raised for local nonprofits.
NBA players spend their time in various ways during the offseason, be it recovering from injuries, working on their game or giving extra attention to their loved ones. On Monday, New Orleans Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday spent his time watching a classic game between the Hornets and 76ers, the only two teams he has ever played for. Along the way, he noticed some interesting things:
If you’re looking for some quick and easy entertainment, look no further. Los Angeles Clippers All-Star forward Blake Griffin and VIZIO (the electronics company) have collaborated and blessed the internet with some unique ‘Slam Dunk Poetry.‘ My newest hobby… mouthguard, bobblehead and tearaway pants… Like you’ve never seen them before. http://t.co/7EzmQv0XIs #slamdunkpoetry — Blake Griffin (@blakegriffin32) September 15, 2014 Just me reading my Slam Dunk Poetry. To a crowd. And my bobblehead. Pretty normal Monday. Not weird at… http://t.co/UMdbEijkwJ — Blake Griffin (@blakegriffin32) September 15,