There have been precious few extensions signed before Friday’s deadline for the members of the 2011 Draft Class. Kyrie Irving got his. Nikola Vucevic too. Kenneth Faried as well. That has left many, many other players waiting their turn. This includes Enes Kanter, Tobias Harris and, most notably, Klay Thompson. Part of the problem is no […]
As if the USA needs more reason to be the obesity capital of the world, comes this from the Hornets.
The Hornets are serving something they call the “Wow Burger” and as seen in the photo, it may take an army to take it down or someone with a reallllllllllllllllllyyyyy huge appetite.
The Wow Burger boasts “14 eight-ounce burger patties spread across two massive buns, topped with lettuce, tomato, bacon, mushrooms, cheddar and Swiss cheese, pickle slices and Levy’s special sauce,” with Levy being the team’s official food vendor.
Aaron Cox, Levy’s executive chef at the arena, says the “market price” of the gargantuan burger ranges between $70-80.
There is no way any human can take this down! This is a recipe for disaster and a heart attack ready to happen.
OK I got to know CC readers… which one of you is daring enough to take this baby on?
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
Carmelo Anthony (NYK) — 25 pts., 6 assts., 9/17 FGs
Kyrie Irving (CLE) — 22 pts., 7 assts.; Kevin Love (CLE) — 19 pts., 14 rebs.
Game To Watch (10/31): Spurs vs. Suns, 10 p.m.
Miami already does not have a great fan reputation. Lower bowl fans often file in late and there is a leisurely pace to things in South Florida. Even with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh leading the team to championships, the crowd left a little to be desired in the regular season for sure. Even when Wade was at the height of his powers, you probably could not bother most Miami fans to care.
So with LeBron gone, how did the Heat do?
Miami is claiming a sell out and it certainly looked like fans showed up. For the most part they seemed loud.
Maybe a bit too loud.
Washington Wizards play-by-play voice Steve Buckhantz accused the Heat of piping in crowd noise on the Wizards’ broadcast Wednesday night.
The joke is on him, the Heat won the game.
Ricky Rubio has been in the spotlight since he was 14 years old. YouTube was lit up with the highlights of his passing exploits and his dazzling ball handling. Here was a baby-faced kid diming in every sense of the word. There was unadulterated joy in his game and how he played. NBA fans could […]
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
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.