Adidas Unveils Three Crazylight Boost Colorways For Andrew Wiggins

Last season’s NBA Rookie of the Year, Andrew Wiggins, may not have his own signature shoe with Adidas yet, but the player’s edition releases continue to turn heads as soon as they hit retail shelves. Today, the Germany-based athletic brand unveiled three colorways of the Crazylight Boost 2.5 for the rising superstar that will hit stores today and in February. Read the rest of this entry »

Danny Green on passing Larry Bird in career 3-pointers: ‘Mind-boggling’

Instead of discussing a career milestone after the San Antonio Spurs’ 114-95 win over the Washington Wizards on Wednesday,Danny Green talked about the opening of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” and his search for what he called a Jedi Knight hoodie.

Then a reporter made Green aware he’d passed Hall of Famer Larry Bird in career 3-pointers, inquiring whether the accomplishment blew the guard’s mind. Read the rest of this entry »

Washington Wizards Could Have Future Star In Kelly Oubre Jr.

There hasn’t been much to be optimistic about for Washington Wizards fans this season. Even though John Wall has bounced back from his rough start and has went on to have arguably the best season of his career, the Wizards have been plagued with injuries and the wins aren’t coming.

Bradley Beal, Nene, Kris Humphries, Drew Gooden, Martell Webster and Alan Anderson have all missed an extended amount of time. Randy Wittman has been forced to put together strange lineups, often using Jared Dudley at the center position along side four guards.  Read the rest of this entry »

Friendship between Johnson, Okafor deeper than basketball

Sixers rookie center Jahlil Okafor has made headlines for the wrong reasons this season, but he is one of Detroit Pistons rookie Stanley Johnson’s best friends.

Johnson said Friday morning he has known Okafor since he was “7 or 8 years old,” and he used to hate him because Okafor’s team always beat his. Read the rest of this entry »

A Revitalized Rajon Rondo

A revitalized Rajon Rondo attributed his resurgence this season with the Sacramento Kings in part to motivation stemming from his disappointing stint with the Dallas Mavericks.

“I think it made me hungrier,” Rondo told after scoring 21 points and dishing out five assists during Monday’s 112-98 win over the Mavericks, the first time he faced Dallas since his departure. “I never started doubting myself. It made me work a little bit harder. I think I worked the hardest I ever worked in the NBA this summer. Read the rest of this entry »

Andrew Wiggins Is Quietly Emerging As The Superstar Many Gave Up On Him Becoming

Flip Saunders wasn’t exactly sure what type of player Andrew Wiggins would become. All he knew after last season is that the reigning Rookie of the Year had a good chance to be great.

“[Wiggins is] a blank canvas,” the late Minnesota Timberwolves coach told Grantland’s Zach Lowe in July. “Very few players enter this league with the ability to draw on that canvas and create any game they want.”

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Rookie Frank Kaminsky settling into expanded role with Charlotte Hornets

Charlotte Hornets rookie Frank Kaminsky never played in the recent home game against the Portland Trail Blazers, the only time in the Hornets’ 7-6 start he didn’t log at least four minutes.

Oddly enough, sitting out that game was Kaminsky’s route to an expanded role. Read the rest of this entry »

Matthew Dellavedova teams up with ‘A Special Wish Foundation’ for special one-on-one event

‘A Special Wish Foundation Cleveland Chapter’ teamed up with Cavaliers guard Matthew “Delly” Dellavedova Sunday for a private meet and greet at SouthPark Mall.

He made an appearance inside Rue-21 where more than 250 people lined up to get an autographed picture and pose for photos. Before the general public was brought in, seven ‘Wish’ children and their families met the basketball star for a special one-on-one.  Read the rest of this entry »

Josh McRoberts: I’m probably not your favorite player

He is nearly 7-foot tall, but plays like a point guard.

Six teams have tried to figure out how to use him, yet he remains mysterious.

He would rather flip a no-look pass than go for the dunk.

He is the most interesting power forward in the world. Read the rest of this entry »

Warriors’ Festus Ezeli foots the bill for Thanksgiving feast

You’ll have to excuse Festus Ezeli for starting his Thanksgiving celebration 10 days early.

It’s just that he has lots for which to be thankful. Read the rest of this entry »

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