The power of social media is pretty obvious when millions of people know something before a core group of 12 players do.
Ho ho ho!! Season’s greetings and all of that.
As Thanksgiving draws near, it brings with it early Christmas music, commercials and sales. And with the Christmas season right around the corner, new video game consoles are hitting the shelves—and being pulled just as quickly from them.
For the video game player who is also a Detroit Pistons fan, Charlie Villanueva is your Santa Claus this year.
He is giving away four PlayStation 4 consoles. All you have to do is follow him on Twitter and Instagram and wait for further instructions for a chance to win one of the consoles.
The day is here. The time is now. So it is, that we begin the 2013-14 NBA season.
After a summer full of drama and change, the teams, players and fans are ready for the new season to start.
Opening night kicks off with three games on Tuesday, starting with the Orlando Magic visiting the Indiana Pacers at 7:00 pm Eastern, which can be seen on Fox Sports Florida or NBA League Pass.
That game is followed by a double-header on TNT. At 8:00 pm, the Miami Heat open the season with their Championship banner and ring ceremony and a prescription dose of a healthy Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls. The night will be capped off with the Los Angeles Lakers hosting the Los Angeles Clippers at 10:30 pm.
Wednesday night 28 of the league’s 30 teams will be in action.
Hopefully you’re ready for a lot of basketball, the players definitely are.
There is a sneaky, devious way that the Los Angeles Lakers can re-sign Dwight Howard, continue to pay Kobe Bryant the NBA’s highest salary and create even more cap room for this summer and next summer.
Use the amnesty provision on Bryant.
Yes, Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak said in the days after Bryant tore his Achilles tendon that using the one-time provision – which 15 teams still have at their disposal – on the face of the franchise was not under consideration. But maybe it should be.