Warriors, Clippers Exciting Game 1 Reactions


The NBA Playoffs have started. The first game of the day on Saturday saw the Toronto Raptors give the Brooklyn Nets a 1-0 lead in the series between the 3- and 6- seeds in the Eastern Conference. The Raptors committed 17 turnovers in a seven-point 94-87 loss. It was a physical contest, marred by 42 total fouls. However, if you thought the officials let loose with the whistles in the first game, you may have missed the second game. Game 2 of the


Sprung: The evolution of John Wall begins with his jump shot


After his team’s second win in three nights in the city of New York, John Wall was dressed impeccably in the visitors’ locker room, down to his $1,100 Red Bottom shoes, which elicited gawks and compliments from players and onlookers alike. But one thing was missing to complete his look: his gray bow tie. Unable to get help from teammates, Wall said the final piece to his outfit would have to wait. Wall seems to be as dedicated to his performance


Tweet of the Day: Mo Williams

Mo Williams

Merry Christmas to all of you who celebrate this festive holiday. To those who don’t: “Happy Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, or NBA Day.” One of the best things about Christmas Day (December 25th) is that the NBA is the only major sport on television in the US. Christmas day is a basketball fan’s refuge, with five games featuring marquee teams. This Christmas, while the first game was a blowout (with Boston Celtics prevailing over the Brooklyn Nets), the following two games (Los Angeles Lakers/New York Knicks and