Tweet of the Night: Daniel Gibson calls Stephen Curry a made-up player

Daniel Gibson

Add former NBA player turned rapper Daniel “Boobie” Gibson to the list of players who just can’t comprehend the things Stephen Curry can do on the floor. Curry, who is a walking human highlight film (apologies to the great Dominique Wilkins) every single time he’s on a basketball court, has baffled the minds and eyes of just about everyone who has seen him play this year. Whether he’s hitting a 30-footer with a hand in his face, putting on a dribbling


SH Blog: Rambis shocked that D’Antoni wanted him, Paul George expects championship


Former player and coach Kurt Rambis has long been known for being the main assistant to Phil Jackson for a better part of the Zen Master’s tenure as the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers in the ’00s. The two are very close, and Rambis openly slammed Jim Buss back in November for the way he mistreated Jackson during the hiring process. Knowing these things, it was quite a surprise to hear that Rambis would be a real candidate to


Tweet of the Day: Easter Edition

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Happy Easter! The day of new life & love & compassion to friends, family & all people! CELEBRATE!
George Karl
  With only five games on the NBA schedule on Easter Sunday, many players around the league will be taking the day off to celebrate with their families before getting back to work tomorrow. Let’s take a look at who around the NBA is celebrating and how.  [Read more…]


Tweet of the Day: Kobe Bryant & Dwyane Wade


Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. A nationally recognized federal holiday in the United States of America. MLK Day was voted into existence by President Ronald Reagan on November 2, 1983, and it was first observed January 20, 1986. It is recognized by the government on the third Monday of every January—on or around Dr. King’s birthday. That great day, in which our nation recognizes the civil rights achievements of Dr. King was celebrated Monday of this week. As with his birthday (last week), many players took time


Morning News Roundup


Here are this morning’s top NBA news stories:“NBA to change All-Star ballot. eliminating center,” by David Aldridge from “Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak sees his window of opportunity,” by Mark Medina from the  Los Angeles Daily News “Jennings isn’t worried about contract situation,” by Greg Woelfel from the Racine Journal-Times “Raja Bell’s agent disputes report claiming he said trade being pursued,” by Jody Genessy from the Deseret News “Jerome Jordan making case to stay with Grizzlies,” by Ronald Tillery from the Memphis Commercial Appeal “Gilbert Arenas near deal