Category Archives: NBA
It’s safe to say that this is John Wall’s breakthrough season in the NBA.
This week's national cover: @AntDavis23: It's time to really fear the brow! pic.twitter.com/c71mYDHqwL — Sports Illustrated (@SInow) December 2, 2014
More on the awful news that Julius Randle, the former Kentucky forward, suffered a fractured tibia in his right leg Tuesday night during his NBA regular-season debut with the Los Angeles Lakers. Here’s Mike Bresnahan of the Los Angeles Times: Rookie Julius Randle … Continue reading
In an interview with CelticsBlog, ESPN’s Jeff Goodman explains why he doesn’t care much for Rajon Rondo and why he doesn’t think that DeMarcus Cousins has helped Rondo’s cause. Many are not enamored with Rondo. Sure, there are some who … Continue reading
With DeMarcus Cousins hurting his knee in a Team USA practice on Thursday night in Chicago, you have to wonder about his chances of making the final cut before the U.S. opens play June 30 against Spain in the FIBA … Continue reading
LeBron James posted this on his Instagram account last night.
Lots of controversy on the interwebs since ESPN’s Brian Windhorst took time away from his wall-to-wall LeBron James coverage to tweet that Team USA coach Mike Krzyzewski is leaning toward picking Mason Plumlee over DeMarcus Cousins for the upcoming games … Continue reading
The NBA’s current MVP said he knows the identity of a future MVP. When Anthony Davis sent Kevin Durant a congratulatory text message for winning the league’s highest individual honor, Durant replied with, “You on your way to get it.” … Continue reading
The Miami City Ballers, which includes LeBron James, Jr., son of LeBron James, is in town for an AAU basketball tournament at Kentucky Basketball Academy this weekend. The team’s coach has been posting pictures on his Instagram account of the … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Wednesday: Karl Towns named Gatorade Athlete of the Year, reports Ben Roberts of Next Cats. Kentucky football coaches grateful for head start with summer’s work, writes Jennifer Smith of Herald-Leader. My notes column leads with that … Continue reading