Tweet of the Day: Dirk Nowitzki Grateful For Encouragement


Tuesday night Dallas Mavericks power forward Dirk Nowitzki moved past Oscar Robertson on the NBA career scoring list with an 19-foot jump shot at the start of the fourth quarter against the Utah Jazz en route to a 95-83 victory. Nowitizki scored 21 points, moving him to 10th among the all-time scorers’ list with 26,714 points thus far in his career. Many players took time to congratulate Dirk on his career accomplishment last night. One player who didn’t get the chance to congratulate him


Haywood: No Hall of Fame, But Many Blessings


I found out on Wednesday that I didn’t make it into the Hall of Fame, so I won’t be going to Dallas for the Final Four. And I am saddened that I’m not going to be there in person to watch the games with the Hall of Fame and marched out at halftime. You know, I’ve been down this road before. But I was really assured in my heart and soul that it wasn’t going to repeat. I was on my way.


Tweet of the Day: Finally Official, Allen Iverson Is Retired

We knew this day was coming. Allen Iverson, affectionately known around the NBA and its fans as “The Answer,” hasn’t played a professional game since January 8, 2011. Yet, anytime he walks in front of the media and a microphone, it is bound to be an emotional experience. Such was the case Wednesday as Iverson officially announced his retirement. The NBA tweeted the announcement.


Tweet of the Night: Deron Williams


Right now the NBA talent pool at the point guard position has never been deeper. From top-to-bottom, the league is full of some of the best point guards, arguably, this league has ever seen. Any matchup on the schedule likely contains one of them, if not a “must-watch” matchup. There are games that you could focus solely on the two players playing point guard and enjoy the game. 


Tweet of the Day: Dawn Staley Recognized for Hall of Fame Nod


Michael Jordan once said, “I believe greatness is an evolutionary process that changes and evolves era to era.” Dawn Staley exemplifies that phrase.In her career as a basketball player, she attained to levels of greatness that many others could only dream of. In college, at Virginia, she was honored as the consensus National Player of the Year twice (1991, ’92). As a WNBA player, she was a six-time All-Star. As an Olympian, she was a three-time Gold medal winner. Now, as a


Marks: Out of Answers, Iverson Finally Hanging Them Up


PHILADELPHIA —News that Allen Iverson is finally out of  “answers’’ and will soon officially announce his retirement to start his Hall of Fame induction clock running brings a flood of thoughts and memories to mind. After all, when you cover a guy for more than a decade, observing his NBA career from the start … when you watch him evolve from a pure gunner with no concept of team play to a legitimate MVP recipient on a team that goes to


Tweet of the Day: Vince Carter

Vince Carter

Generally, the ultimate determinant of where a player’s legacy is inscribed in the history books is their championship ring count. Obviously not every player to suit up on the hardwood has won a ring, yet we still remember some more than others because of their undeniable talents.