Tweet of the Night: Stephen Curry posts a clip of the Warriors dancing in the plane


Another night on the road, another victory for Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors. After going off for 40 points on Tuesday against the Miami Heat, Curry was at it again on Wednesday against the Orlando Magic, scoring 25 of his 28 points in the first half of the contest. He also added five rebounds, eight assists, six three pointers and turned it over just once while playing under 24 minutes. By mid-third quarter, the game was already out of


Tweet of the Night: D-Leaguer Willie Reed Turns To Social Media For Support

In 2011, a 6-10, 220-pound forward named Willie Reed, a junior for the Saint Louis University Billikens, went undrafted in the NBA. Since then, he has made a career of being a journeyman D-League athlete, playing for the Springfield Armor, the Reno Bighorns and, most recently, the Grand Rapids Drive. His most recent assignment with the Rapids began November 22nd against the Canton Charge. He had a great night, finishing with 24 points on 11-of-13 shooting with 15 rebounds. Heading into his


Chris Webber, Reggie Miller and others make strong statement about Stephen Curry’s shooting prowess

Stephen Curry

When Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry gets his shot going from beyond the arc during a game, there’s not a better show in the NBA. After struggling over the past two games with his shot – eight-of-24 shooting from the field, including four-of-12 from beyond the arc – Curry got going against the Miami Heat on Tuesday in a big way after scoring the first three points of the game from beyond the arc. That first shot would end


Tweet of the Day: Greg Anthony Has Twitter Discussion On Ferguson

Ever since news broke late Monday evening revealing that a grand jury in St. Louis County, MO had decided not to charge Darren Wilson — the officer who shot an unarmed Michael Brown, protests have grown rampant. Riots have taken to the streets of Ferguson and news networks have had coverage on an endless cycle. Media outlets are eating it up, choosing to slant the story one way or the other, depending on how they interpret the evidence. Social media has


NBA players upset over grand jury’s decision on Mike Brown’s case


After all the chaos that occurred in Ferguson over the summer due to the shooting of teenager Mike Brown by a police officer, there was hope on Monday to see justice for what had occurred. To the surprise of most around the nation, Officer Darren Wilson was charged with absolutely nothing. Details from in Ferguson, Missouri have announced that the grand jury has declined to charge Officer Darren Wilson with any crime in relation to the shooting death of Mike


Tweet of the Night: Dan Le Batard puts Cavaliers on blast, LeBron James reacts to all the controversy


No one made a bigger spectacle about the departure of LeBron James from Miami than Dan Le Batard, host of the show “High Questionable” on ESPN. It’s no surprise, then, that the early struggles of the Cleveland Cavaliers has been quite enjoyable for the man who got suspended for putting up these billboards in Cleveland. The Cavaliers have been surprisingly bad to begin the season, and things didn’t get any better on Friday against the Washington Wizards on national television. They


Tweet of the Night: Rudy Gobert did not like DeMarcus Cousins’ flop against Joakim Noah


Didn’t DeMarcus Cousins have a problem with Chris Paul early in his career because he thought the point guard was a “cheater“? “It’s just, some players I don’t respect,” Cousins told Grantland. “Just their playing style of basketball. I don’t respect it. I feel like it’s basically cheating and I don’t respect a cheater. If that’s your tactic to winning, I don’t respect you.” Those were his exact words, and it’s understandable when you see what Paul did to earn that reputation from


Tweet of the Day: Reggie Miller Adamant Philadelphia 76ers Would Beat Kentucky Wildcats

Considering that the No. 1 Kentucky Wildcats dominated the No. 5 Kansas Jayhawks, winning 72-40 with relative ease, the question has since been posed as to whether the Wildcats would be able to defeat the hapless Philadelphia 76ers. The Sixers are now 0-11. They are statistically among the worst defensively in the NBA and, likewise, also among the worst offensively. Still, for all of the talented, young big men that Kentucky boasts on their roster, Philly still boasts a lineup of grown