Quentin Haynes – According to ESPN.com’s Chris Broussard, Bulls center Joakim Noah has been actively recruiting Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony by letting him know that, “if he wants to win a title and secure a winning legacy,” he should go to Chicago. The Knicks leading scorer can opt-out of the final season […]
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Jimmermania seems like it happened ten years ago, but we are just four years removed from shots like these. Most of the NBA landscape has forgotten about Jimmer and how lethal he can be. Let me remind you, he can still do things like this. While dunkers lose athleticism over the course of their careers […]
In the same interview that Michael Jordan told a story of how he beat a young O.J. Mayo at his basketball camp some years ago, he listed a handful of players who, if he could go back to his prime, he’d want to play one-on-one. On that list were some obvious names – Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Jerry […]
Before he turned into an average NBA player, O.J. Mayo was a rockstar on the basketball scene, torching kids night in, night out at Huntington High School. But according to His Airness, all that success got to Mayo’s head a little, which meant one thing: he had to be put in his place. In a recent interview with […]
You know what you don’t see anymore? Putback dunks off of missed free throw attempts. Maybe it’s because Michael Jordan isn’t playing anymore, or maybe it’s because defenders actually block out on the wings nowadays. Either way, I miss it. So when I stumbled across these never-before-seen putback dunks [...]
I’ve posted a couple of videos of LeBron James doing some ridiculous things in high school over the last week, but today is Derrick Rose’s day. If you’re a Derrick Rose fan, you’ve probably seen these two dunks before, but […]
This, right here, is eerie as hell. Kobe Bryant has drawn comparisons to Michael Jordan for pretty much his entire career because of the way he plays and carries himself on the court. But hearing about it and seeing it are two different things, because, quite simply, they played in different eras. So when […]