The 2014-15 NBA regular season continued on Wednesday, March 4 with a historically significant evening. One of the association’s premier players maintained a pace that hasn’t been seen in almost 26 years. This is how it all transpired.
Social media is a great place for the fans to interact with and better get to know the celebrities and athletes that they follow. Stars usually share some of what they have going on in their lives on social media, giving the public a window into their lives. Sometimes that window becomes a door when they choose to take questions on social media. Generally, when athletes and celebrities do Q&As on social media, it is interesting to follow along to see
BROOKLYN — A lot has changed since Brooklyn last wore its home whites on Feb. 6. The Nets have played better basketball in their fight for an Eastern Conference playoff spot with the help of smaller, younger lineups, going a very respectable 3-5 on a vicious eight-game Western Conference road trip that ended with a big win in Dallas on Saturday night. “I’m excited to be home, but I’m also excited that we’ve played better, been more competitive,” said Nets head
During Friday’s 104-82 loss to the Utah Jazz, the Denver Nuggets had an interesting huddle. According to the Denver Post, Nuggets players broke a fourth-quarter huddle with the chant, “1 … 2 … 3 … six weeks!” As in six weeks to the end of the season. Yes, the Nuggets have given up on the season, as coach Brian Shaw sensed a month ago. And now Shaw and assistant Lester Connor have been fired. The Nuggets are 20-39, 13th and falling fast in the
The 2014-15 NBA regular season continued on Monday, March 2 with a slate of five gritty games. There was a brawl, a relatively controversial player facing his former team and a number of ejections—and that all happened in the same outing. This is how it all transpired.
We don’t blame you if you haven’t been paying attention to the bottom of the Eastern Conference playoff race. The West obviously has been far more interesting. While Golden State looks secure in the top spot, the next six teams are all playing better than .600 basketball and separated by just seven losses. And Oklahoma City, New Orleans and Phoenix – all vying for the eighth and final spot – are within two games of each other. The East? Well, the top
The 2014-15 NBA regular season continued on Sunday, March 1 with eight games featuring 16 teams and a number of contenders. MVP candidates battled, rising stars shined and a team erased a 26-point deficit to pull out a comeback victory. This is how it all transpired.
The 2014-15 NBA regular season continued on Saturday, February 28 with seven games featuring 14 hungry teams. A number of contenders were in action, with many battling in game with significant postseason ramifications. Here’s how it all transpired.