9:42 AM EDT, Wed August 24, 2016

LeBron James gives J.R. Smith an assists on Finals-altering block

LeBron James helped the Cavaliers capture the 2016 NBA championship with a legacy-defining block of Andre Iguodala in the final minutes of Game 7. LeBron has rightfully been exalted for the chase-down play, an incredible feat of athleticism and timing on the biggest stage. But LeBron is sharing the credit with J.R. Smith. LeBron, via []
Golden State Of Mind Aug 11, 2016

2015-2016 Season Review: Andre Iguodala, a key cog in Golden State's machine

The Warriors' Swiss Army knife and consistent "sixth starter" had an injury marred season, but still stayed consistent. How will Iguodala adjust to the new roster additions heading into 2016/2017? Nobody can question Andre Iguodala's commitment to the Golden State franchise. Since coming to the team in 2013, he has played any role the team has asked him to, from primary ball handler to defensive stopper. He has come off the bench for Steve Kerr with little to no complaint as the team tried to adjust Harrison Barnes into a primary contributor. He has been a vocal leader on and off the court,...
Bullets Forever Aug 9, 2016

Olympic Basketball Tuesday GameThread

The USA Basketball women’s national team beat Spain, 103-63 yesterday afternoon. The men followed with a 113-69 win over Venezuela. Both teams are 2-0 in Group play and write their own destinies when it comes to whether they’ll advance to the elimination tournament. They will. Both teams won’t be on today but there are still plenty of games on. All games can be streamed on NBCOlympics.com or you can watch it on the NBC Basketball channel if you don’t see it listed here. Men’s Basketball Group B Spain vs. Brazil, 1:15 p.m. ET - Spain lost a close 72-70 game to Croatia over the...
Welcome to Loud City Jul 24, 2016

How OKC could beat the Golden State Warriors in an intense playoff series

Why Oklahoma City's chances against the top-heavy Warriors transcends traditional logic. For the 2016-2017 NBA season, the Golden State Warriors are clearly the team to beat. Improved, even after posting the best record in NBA history, this team appears to be a juggernaut that will destroy any team in its path. I, however, can still envision the Oklahoma City Thunder being competitive against this Titanic of teams. Before you dismiss this article as a poor attempt at click-baiting, consider this: Andre Iguodala described last season's Thunder team as the best in the playoffs. While losing a...