Lakers fans are everywhere. Literally. Before a Sunday night game in Oklahoma City between the Thunder and Houston Rockets, an LA fan had to created a little dialogue from the bleachers. Lakers fan six rows behind the scorer's table screams at Westbrook: "Russ, come to L.A.!!" Russ starts shaking his head no. — Darnell Mayberry (@DarnellMayberry) November 17, 2014Fan: "You can shoot all you want. Come to L.A. We got rings." Westbrook: "Get yo ass out of here and go back to L.A." —
The Utah Jazz may not have many highlights this season, but they had one Monday night. The team signed five-year-old cancer patient JP Gibson to a one-day contract for the team’s scrimmage at EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake. He was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 2012. It was mid-way through the third quarter when the crowd started to cheer. If you wanted to know why, you looked down. Rocking his full uniform and wristband, JP trotted on the court like
With only two game days left before the NBA playoffs begin, literally anything can happen. Over the next two days, six playoff matchups will be determined. This is a crazy time to play fantasy basketball at DraftStreet. It’s unpredictable and a lot of fun because players will leave it all on the line to leave an impression over the summer. Tonight there are only two NBA games on the schedule. New York Knicks at Brooklyn Nets JR Smith will probably take 30 shots,
I might be talking crazy, purely out of frustration, but Roy Hibbert is overrated. On my DraftStreet fantasy team he literally took away my points, that’s hard to do. He finished with zero points, zero rebounds, zero assists, one turnover and five missed shots. Not to mention his team got trampled by the Atlanta Hawks in the game on Sunday. There might be an explanation to his poor play, according to Page Q sports, Hibbert had a falling off with
Paul Pierce killed my DraftStreet.com fantasy team last night. Just when I thought I found someone special for cheap ($11,277) he turns his play around and stabbed me in the back. But I’m a sucker for punishment and I’m using PP again tonight. Last night at DraftStreet I fared pretty well but didn’t make any money. I was in the top 20% in a few of my pools and if Pierce would’ve showed up I probably would have won some
As March Madness continued earlier this evening for the Elite 8 round of the NCAA tournament, NBA players once again enjoyed in the festivities. In what was a highly contested game between Arizona and Wisconsin, the final moments saw it come down to a questionable call that left many NBA athletes questioning the validity of it. As the seventh game to be decided in overtime for this tournament, this game ties the all time historic record for most overtime games in
As an action packed weekend of basketball comes to a close, here’s the good, bad and the ugly of what took place.
Earlier today the Cleveland Cavaliers announced they have suspended center Andrew Bynum indefinitely for “conduct detrimental to the team.” During the offseason much attention was directed to where Bynum would end up signing after spending the previous year rehabbing an injury with the Philadelphia 76ers. Several teams were rumored as a possible landing spot, however, he ultimately picked Cleveland in the latter part of the summer. Minutes after the Cavaliers made its announcement, rumors quickly began to spread about why he was