Part 1 to get to overtime:
Part 2: To win the game
Part 1 to get to overtime:
Part 2: To win the game
Russell Westbrook (OKC) — 38 pts., 11/26 FGs, 6 assts.
LaMarcus Aldridge (POR) — 27 pts., 10/19 FGs
Game To Watch (10/30): Knicks vs. Cavaliers, 8 p.m./TNT
San Antonio Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard is part of the Jordan sneaker brand and a photo of what he will be wearing on the court is freaking awesome!
Leonard will be wearing his signature Jordan kicks complete with his personal logo which is — “The Claw.”
If you didn’t know, Kawhi’s teammates grab their wrist whenever he does something great on the court. This is for his huge hands.
Check out a photo of his new kicks including his initials within the logo.
h/t Project Spurs
It was a historic night for the defending NBA champs as the Spurs received their championship rings and raised their fifth championship banner high atop the AT&T Center.
It was more touching for the Spurs’ Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker as they got to celebrate another ring night together.
Relive that special night for San Antonio and see what many NBA teams strive for each season.
The Rockets were trouncing the Lakers. But the score is always 0-0 in Kobe Bryant‘s mind. It is about the game within the game.
And even though his Lakers were trailing (and getting beat pretty badly), Bryant was taking no guff. Not even from his former teammate Dwight Howard.
Bryant was pressuring Howard on a rebound and Howard was swinging his arms to get space. Dwight was called for a foul and then a shouting match occurred. Bryant may have said something he will probably not regret:
The two were assessed double technical fouls after they kept jawing at each other. After being separated, Bryant was shaking his head looking across the court and said ‘soft.’
Maybe that is a reference to the double technicals. Maybe it is a reference to Howard’s time in Los Angeles.
The former NBA and Olympic teammates obviously disagree on some items in NBA culture.
[h/t Matt Moore, CBS Sports]
Nikola Vucevic (ORL) — 15 pts., 23 rebs.; Tobias Harris (ORL) — 25 pts.
Anthony Davis (NOP) — 26 pts., 17 rebs., 9 blks
Game To Watch (10/29): Thunder vs. Blazers, 10:30 p.m./ESPN
In the 2013-14 season, the New Orleans Pelicans won 34 games and finished as the 12th seed in the harsh Western Conference. Looking at that for what it is, you might think the Pelicans do not have much going for them and are likely doomed for the West cellar against. But when you look deeper into […]
Halloween is Friday. We all have to step our costume game up if we are going to beat the Thunder:
Who knew Russell Westbrook was such a big Orange is the New Black fan. But Mendez? Not exactly the guy you want to emulate as a prison guard . . . or as a person.
That is a shot Russell! More costumes after the jump.
With tomorrow being NBA opening night as well as the Spurs’ ring night and banner raising, Bloguin’s own Project Spurs did a San Antonio Spurs Roundtable to preview the defending champs’ 2014-15 season.
Of course the big question for the Spurs is will the team finally be able to defend a title after four other unsuccessful attempts.
The panel discussed who is the team’s x-factor? Which team is the biggest threat to the Spurs? Are the Mavs going to be an obstacle for the Spurs? How does rookie Kyle Anderson fit into the team plans?
The panel looks at new coaches Ettore Messina and Becky Hammon. What kind of impact will they bring to the Spurs?
New Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is one intense dude.
Not only did he have one insane introductory pep rally with the fans, in a recent preseason game. Steve was shown on the Clippers’ big screen TV where he went red in the face and started to fist pump.
Hey at least it beats having a racist for an owner!
(h/t That NBA Lottery Pick)
How about this to kick off the 2014-15 NBA regular season then to have the Denver Nuggets parody Taylor Swift’s song “Shake it off.”
The video includes Denver’s mascot, “Rocky,” Kenneth Faried with a boombox, Danillo Gallinari kind of sort of dancing to the Denver cheerleaders doing their thing.
Spurs guard Tony Parker may have figured out the easy way to get a foul called in his favor.
Here is the formula: simply drive into the lane, flail wildly in the air, yell “hey” and make sure the defender is no where near you.
During a preseason game against the Rockets, the point guard did exactly that and he got the foul call.
The NBA recently completed its GM survey before the season as it always does and included in it whom the general managers thought were the contenders for the NBA championship and the best player at each position. This is a good gauge of where the movers and shakers in the league believe the season will […]
Hoops Habit thought it would be cool to put out a list of under-25 guys to watch this season. Well, I decided it would be even cooler to make a list of top-10 guys meeting that one specification. There will be some guys you expect to see on this list like Lance Stephenson and Anthony Davis, […]