After 18 seasons in the NBA, Jerry Stackhouse finds himself coming off the Brooklyn Nets’ bench in, what could be, his last chance to get a ring. But the Nets find themselves down 2-1 after three games against the Chicago Bulls and in 24 total minutes off the bench, Stackhouse has [...]
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I love how NBA teams are utilising the D-League this year. Instead of giving rookies garbage minutes, they are sending them down to their affiliated D-League team in order to give them a chance to expand their game and get acclimated to the more uptempo and physical NBA game. So when [...]
The Utah Jazz have assigned second round draft pick Kevin Murphy to their D-League affiliate, the Reno Bighorns today. Utah Jazz general manager Dennis Lindsey announced today that the team has assigned rookie guard Kevin Murphy to its NBA Development League (D-League) affiliate, the Reno [...]
Jeff Green has been a bit hit and miss for the Celtics so far this season, but last night against the Jazz, he put together his most complete game to date. He also threw down this dunk over Al Jefferson with seven minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.
If you didn’t know, the Lakers lost last night to the Utah Jazz, giving them a 1-4 record on the season. The encouraging thing is that they didn’t get blown out, as they were only down by five with eight minutes remaining in the game. Unfortunately for them though, Randy Foye hit back-to-back [...]
If some of these plays are any indication of how this season is going to pan out, it’s going to be an exciting one. As the preseason comes to a close, lets take a look back at the 10 best plays from October as the leagues rookies and superstars get ready for the 2012-13 regular season!
Before the 2012 Dunk Contest, I had no idea who Jeremy Evans was. But then again, who really did? The 6’9 forward was the 55th overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft and the most points he had averaged for a season was 3.6. Still, there is no denying that the guy is a freak of nature. His 7’6″ [...]