10:51 AM EDT, Fri May 26, 2017
Daily Knicks 17 mins ago

Westchester Knicks: Top Moments Of The 2016-17 Season

With the 2016-17 NBA D-League season in the books, Daily Knicks takes a look back at the top moments of the Westchester Knicks’ season. Coming off a season where the Westchester Knicks finished with a 28-22 record and made the 2016 playoffs, the Knicks had high hopes for 2016-17 season. Westchester had six returning players […] Westchester Knicks: Top Moments Of The 2016-17 Season - Daily Knicks - Daily Knicks - A New York Knicks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Beale Street Bears 20 mins ago

3 reasons why the Memphis Grizzlies should trade Brandan Wright

I hope you’re listening Chris Wallace. After a much reduced role at the end of last season, should the Memphis Grizzlies move Brandan Wright be moved before the NBA Draft? It’s not been a secret that Brandan Wright hasn’t lived up to what the Memphis Grizzlies envisioned when they signed him to a 3 year, […] 3 reasons why the Memphis Grizzlies should trade Brandan Wright - Beale Street Bears - Beale Street Bears - A Memphis Grizzlies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Fear The Sword 21 mins ago
Tristan Thompson had a perfect reaction to LeBron saying he didn’t go bald like Michael Jordan

Tristan Thompson had a perfect reaction to LeBron saying he didn’t go bald like Michael Jordan

It’s okay to let go, LeBron. LeBron James was asked about how Michael Jordan inspired him last night after James passed MJ for the top spot on the all-time scoring list. LeBron went on to explain all the ways he patterned his game after Mike, whether it was shooting fadeaways before he should have started taking them, wearing a leg sleeve, wearing red shoes with white socks. One thing he didn’t cop to was going bald like Mike did. And Tristan Thompson had the most perfect reaction. LeBron: "I didn't go bald like Mike, but I'm gettin' there."(look at Tristan Thompson's reaction)...
Brew Hoop 32 mins ago
Site Announcements: Welcome our Newest Writers!

Site Announcements: Welcome our Newest Writers!

Brew Hoop announces four new contributors to the staff. A few weeks back, we put out an announcement looking for people to join our team, and we’re happy to announce that Brew Hoop has added four writers to our staff! We expect a lot of great things from them (just like the Bucks!), and we wanted them to briefly introduce themselves to you. GREG - @Greg_Licht I've been a Bucks fan since my dad took me to a 2005 game against the Atlanta Hawks. All I wanted to see was a dunk in-person; we all remember our first and mine was Desmond Mason. Unfortunately, growing up in Illinois meant no way...
Net Income / NetsDaily 38 mins ago
Draftniks still think Nets are going big next month

Draftniks still think Nets are going big next month

Now that the NCAA early-entry withdrawal deadline has passed and both teams and draftniks know who’s out there, mock drafts have changed. No more Hamidou Diallo or Andrew Jones or Mo Wagner or Rawle Alkins, all of whom were linked to the Nets at one point or another, on one mock or another. Another milestone passed this week: We’re now less than a month away from the Draft. So here’s our latest survey. Most of the mocks have been updated since Wednesday’s deadline. So what does the latest survey tell us? Draftniks think the Nets will take a big, maybe two, on Draft Night. The...
Posting and Toasting 39 mins ago
Know The Prospect: Dennis Smith Jr.

Know The Prospect: Dennis Smith Jr.

One of the most divisive players in the draft might very well be available when the Knicks pick. Here are the per-game numbers put up last season by four college point guards: Player A: 35 minutes/18 points/6 assists/3 TOs/5 rebounds/2 steals/51% 2P/36% 3P Player B: 36 minutes/23 points/6 assists/3 TOs/6 rebounds/2 steals/50% 2P/41% 3PPlayer C: 35 minutes/15 points/8 assists/3 TOs/6 rebounds/2 steals/73% 2P/41% 3PPlayer D: 30 minutes/17 points/5 assists/2 TOs/4 rebounds/2 steals/52% 2P/25% 3P Pretty similar stuff. The only outliers are Player C’s two-point percentage and player D’s...
Daily Knicks 50 mins ago

Knicks Rumors: Phil Jackson Scouted 2017 NBA Draft Prospect Malik Monk

The New York Knicks are reportedly intrigued by 2017 NBA Draft prospect Malik Monk. Phil Jackson and Steve Mills proved as much by scouting him in person. The New York Knicks should have options at No. 8 overall in the 2017 NBA Draft. Although some of the top prospects in the annual selection process will be […] Knicks Rumors: Phil Jackson Scouted 2017 NBA Draft Prospect Malik Monk - Daily Knicks - Daily Knicks - A New York Knicks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Pippen Aint Easy 51 mins ago

2017 NBA Draft Prospects: Kentucky’s Bam Adebayo is easy to love

Freshly minted from the University of Kentucky, Bam Adebayo makes for an interesting 2017 NBA Draft prospect. Despite missing links on the offensive end, the potential is easy to see. With a 6-foot-10, 260-pound build, Bam Adebayo’s frame will instantly factor in to a size advantage at the NBA level. During his career as a Wildcat, […] 2017 NBA Draft Prospects: Kentucky’s Bam Adebayo is easy to love - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Sactown Royalty 51 mins ago
NBA Draft 2017 Scouting Profile: Jayson Tatum

NBA Draft 2017 Scouting Profile: Jayson Tatum

The classes’ most polished wing-weapon, Tatum offers versatility as a scorer with a developing playmaking and defensive skills. Jayson Tatum NBA Position: SF/Small-ball PF General Information: 19 year old Freshman, played at Duke. From St. Louis, MO. Measurables: 6'8", 210 lbs, 6’11" wingspan, 8'10.5" standing reach. 2016-17 Season Statistics: 16.8 PPG, 2.1 APG, 7.3 RPG, 1.3 SPG, 1.1 BPG, 2.6 TOPG (29 games played, 33.3 minutes a contest) - 45.2% FG, 84.9% FT, 34.2% 3P Summary: Tatum is an old-school ISO-predominant scorer with a developing set of perimeter and post moves; nearly a...
Fear The Sword 52 mins ago
Richard Jefferson compares LeBron’s scoring record to Joe DiMaggio

Richard Jefferson compares LeBron’s scoring record to Joe DiMaggio

Richard Jefferson doesn’t think LeBron’s scoring record is in danger any time soon. LeBron James passed Michael Jordan to move to first on the all-time NBA Playoff scoring list, and Richard Jefferson says that, by the time he’s done, it will be among the most untouchable records in sports. “I want to be the first one to say this: His record when he’s done, will be unbreakable. I want to put this out there, like, the Joe DiMaggio hit streak, some of these records, Wilt Chamberlain scoring 100. There are certain records that will unbreakable. Whoever tries to get to that is going to...
Fear The Sword 1 hour ago
Kevin Love acknowledges bumpy late-season stretch en route to Finals appearance

Kevin Love acknowledges bumpy late-season stretch en route to Finals appearance

Kevin Love knows it wasn’t always pretty, but the Cavaliers are back in the Finals. The Cavaliers have advanced to the NBA Finals for the third consecutive year, but the regular season road, as it often is with this team, was bumpy. Cleveland stumbled down the stretch, losing 14 of their final 24 games heading into the postseason, and part of the fun for Kevin Love is that the team is playing its best basketball. “More than anything, it feels good to, as a team, collectively play some really inspired and really good basketball. I know toward the end of the season there, there were some...
Beale Street Bears 1 hour ago

Memphis Grizzlies: Making Beale Street Poppin’ Forever

The impossible trade between the Memphis Grizzlies and San Antonio Spurs that would have Beale Street poppin’ and the franchise making a major change. I’ve been thinking a lot lately… I’ve been thinking about the free agents whom the Memphis Grizzlies can try to lure to the Bluff City this offseason. Then, I’ve been scouting potential picks in […] Memphis Grizzlies: Making Beale Street Poppin’ Forever - Beale Street Bears - Beale Street Bears - A Memphis Grizzlies Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Daily Thunder 1 hour ago

Friday Bolts: 5.26.17

Friday at last. Enjoy your long weekend and have a safe Memorial Day. KD spoke to Michael Lee of The Vertical. His response to being asked about his return to OKC: “I’m not from there.
Purple and Blue 1 hour ago

Former Utah Jazz players Deron Williams and Kyle Korver headed to NBA Finals

The NBA Finals will have a little more significance for Utah Jazz fans than usual as two former beloved Jazzmen – Deron Williams and Kyle Korver – will be in action for the Cleveland Cavaliers. After defeating the Boston Celtics in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Thursday night by a score of […] Former Utah Jazz players Deron Williams and Kyle Korver headed to NBA Finals - Purple and Blues - Purple and Blues - A Utah Jazz Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Pippen Aint Easy 1 hour ago

Chicago Bulls Blurbs: The ‘We’ve finally arrived at Cavs-Warriors III’ Edition

In this edition of Chicago Bulls Blurbs, we’ll take a look at some Bulls happenings from the week that was, plus a look at the 2017 NBA Finals, where the trilogy will be completed between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors. The Chicago Bulls’ season has been done for … oh … almost […] Chicago Bulls Blurbs: The ‘We’ve finally arrived at Cavs-Warriors III’ Edition - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Hot Hot Hoops 1 hour ago
30 Years of Heat: All-Time All-Player Countdown #172-169

30 Years of Heat: All-Time All-Player Countdown #172-169

John Morton, Clinton Wheeler, Brent Barry, Terrence Rencher 172. John Morton John Morton, also sometimes known as "Salt," was a 6'3" small forward from Bronx, NY. Born on May 18th, 1967, he was the Cleveland Cavaliers first round selection in the 1989 draft, 25th overall out of Seton Hall. Over two full seasons and part of a third, Morton averaged 15.5 minutes over 107 contests. An average game consisted of five points, three assists, and one board. Cleveland waived him on November 14th, 1991, where the Heat claimed him just over a week later. Morton appeared in 21 games for Miami,...
Canis Hoopus 2 hours ago
Deep Dive: Gorgui Dieng and the Power Forward Position

Deep Dive: Gorgui Dieng and the Power Forward Position

Do the Wolves need a new Power Forward next season? The Gorgui Dieng History Gorgui Dieng, G, “Iron G,” is one of the last connections to the bygone Kevin Love era. The Wolves drafted him with the 21st pick, as part of the Trey Burke trade, and Gorgui was part of that underachieving 2013-2014 team that cursed the day that Pythagoras was born. He stepped into the starting lineup when Nikola Pekovic went down, surpassed all expectations and proved himself a worthy player. The following season he got to endure the Zach LaVine Point Guard experience and started after Pekovic was injured yet...
Bright Side Of The Sun 2 hours ago
Intentionally Foul podcast makes triumphant return!

Intentionally Foul podcast makes triumphant return!

Scott and Sreekar tell us what they did since last summer, and how the Phoenix Suns STILL fit into that picture no matter how bad it gets. Long time Suns fans and Bright Side contributors Sreekar and Scott Howard return from the 140-character, one-way take stratosphere of twitter land to grace us with some witty repartee on the Phoenix Suns! After a short 11-month hiatus, the guys are back to discuss what they did during the break, the entire 2016-17 Suns season, the upcoming NBA draft, and the current NBA playoffs. You can go take a step back in time to listen to their take on the Suns...
Purple and Blue 2 hours ago

Five replacements if Utah Jazz can’t retain free agents

The Utah Jazz could be in for a major revamp if they lose out on re-signing their free agents and if such ends up being the case, they’ll need to target these worthy replacements. The Utah Jazz are facing an absolutely vital offseason where the decisions of several key free agents could very well alter […] Five replacements if Utah Jazz can’t retain free agents - Purple and Blues - Purple and Blues - A Utah Jazz Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Peachtree Hoops 2 hours ago
NBA Mock Draft 2017: Could the Atlanta Hawks target Harry Giles?

NBA Mock Draft 2017: Could the Atlanta Hawks target Harry Giles?

The Hawks are linked to a tantalizing prospect in this Sports Illustrated mock draft. Names like Jarrett Allen and Justin Patton have been quite prevalent when scouring mock drafts for what the Atlanta Hawks could do with the No. 19 overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft. “Project” big men in that mold make sense given the fact that the Hawks could use some upside and depth in the frontcourt but, earlier this week, an even more intriguing name came to the forefront. Andrew Sharp of Sports Illustrated projects Duke big man Harry Giles to the Hawks with the No. 19 pick and he had this to say...

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