Tweet of the Day: Matt Barnes Goes On Epic Rant After Getting $25K Fine

This is wat I'm on!!! Gonna be like eminem in 8 mile when he killed the shelter then had to go back to work. We gonna win a championship & instead of celebrating im gonna HV to go to work!! lol photocred: my man flip

It would seem that the NBA levies punishment on its athletes and allows its owners to act with impunity. At least, that is what Los Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes would have you believe, after explaining in lengthy detail the circumstances for his most recent $25,000 dollar fine. At minimum, the picture he paints is certainly one of inequality showcasing the disparity between the level of professionalism expected of the league’s athletes and its owners, in this case Phoenix Suns owner

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Photo of the Day: Worst/Scariest Tattoo in History

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I’m a fan of tattoos for the most part. If they’re meaningful, and there’s a purpose behind them, then I’m all for it and really like the idea of marking your body permanently. However, when someone gets a tattoo of someone else’s face on their body, then I have to start wondering about their sanity. [Read more…]

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SH Blog: LeBron James Becomes Youngest to Reach 24K Points, Kobe to Retire After Season?

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LeBron James is back everyone. Okay, so he’s been back for almost a week now, but I mean he’s really back. He helped lead the Cavs to an impressive win on the road over the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday night that could be a telling sign for their future. Cleveland had lost six in a row before their win over the Lakers on Thursday night in their first of a back-to-back in LA, and were 1-8 without the King. [Read more…]

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Heisler: With Two Rivers, the Clippers’ Cup Runneth Over

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When the NBA has had father-son stories, the dad always watched from the stands like Joe Bryant, Rick Barry and Stan Love; or from the other bench like George Karl and Mike Dunleavy Sr. Now comes Doc Rivers, who’s not only watching 22-year-old Austin, but putting him in and subbing him out as the first man in the NBA to coach his son. It’s at least a little awkward, if only in a domestic comedy sense. Having acquired his child in his role

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Tweet of the Night: Austin Rivers says goodbye to New Orleans, Bill Simmons makes sarcastic remark about Rivers to Clippers

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The rumors had been floating for much of the past week about the Los Angeles Clippers’ interest in acquiring Doc Rivers’ son Austin Rivers to back up Chris Paul, and it officially happened on Thursday when they traded Reggie Bullock to the Phoenix Suns, Chris Douglas-Roberts and a 2017 second-round pick to the Boston Celtics in a three-team deal.  [Read more…]

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Photo of the Day: Adidas and Damian Lillard Unveil First Signature Shoe

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Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard has paired up with Adidas for his first signature shoe, the D Lillard 1. Lillard is playing only his third year in the league, but is already becoming one of the premiere point guards. The sixth-overall pick in the 2012 draft out of Weber State, he’s averaging a career-high 22.2 points per game while dishing out 6.3 assists and grabbing 4.8 rebounds this season. [Read more…]

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Tweet of the Day: Atlanta Hawks Have Issues with Tobias Harris

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A player must be a really bad man [in that tough guy kind of way] for a team to be weary of him alone. If you follow the Twitter account of the Eastern Conference leading Atlanta Hawks, perhaps one of the most entertaining sports team handles out there to follow, then you know they have a way of taking the negative in situations and making it a bit humorous. After having the league’s best record in December and running off 18 wins

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Q&A: Jamal Crawford on maintaining unique style of play, rivalry with Golden State, and current state of the Clippers

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Players in the NBA usually have a limited window of opportunity in terms of how consistent their level of play can be through the course of their careers. Whether it’s injury-related or facing the undefeated Father Time, something usually happens to eventually slow down a player’s ability to do things the same way year after year. There are some, however, who simply defy this logic and produce at an elite level until the day they retire. The prime example of this is

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