The Milwaukee Bucks will live to see another day in the 2014-2015 NBA Playoffs after a fantastic Game 4 ended in a 92-90 Bucks victory. The Bulls may still lead the series 3-1; but a playoff victory can go a long way for a young, developing team like the Bucks.
It wasn’t exactly pretty, but the Brooklyn Nets got it done at home in the Barclays Center to cut the Atlanta Hawks lead in the best-of-seven series to one, 91-83.
The 2014-2015 Oklahoma City Thunder season came to an end Wednesday despite a 138-113 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves. Unfortunately for the Thunder, the New Orleans Pelicans defeated the San Antonio Spurs a little later in the night to secure the 8th spot in the Western Conference.
The Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs were two of the best teams in the NBA this season; but with the extremely close standings in the Western Conference, the Spurs find themselves traveling to L.A. in what is sure to be the most exciting series of 1st round of the 2015 NBA Playoffs
The Boston Celtics may be just below .500 at 40-42 on the season; however, that doesn’t mean the Cleveland Cavaliers will get a free pass in the 1st round of the 2015 NBA Playoffs.
That’s right ladies and gentlemen—the New Orleans Pelicans are heading to the NBA Playoffs after outlasting the San Antonio Spurs rally and edging out the Oklahoma City Thunder in the standings.
The Dallas Mavericks finished the season with a 50-32 record, securing the 7th seed in the Western Conference and a trip to Houston to take on the Rockets and NBA MVP candidate James Harden.
Indiana Pacers superstar Paul George played in his first basketball game in over eight months on Sunday against the shorthanded Miami Heat. George scored 13 points in 15 minutes off the bench, hitting his first shot of the night and sending the home crowd into a frenzy.
With a buyout of only $500,000, Florida Gators head coach Billy Donovan has become an extremely attractive prospect for NBA executives looking for a new coach. Well, if you’re an NBA exec, you’re in luck—Donovan is listening.
Only 24 hours after a Steph Curry crossover sent Chris Paul to the hardwood, James Harden raised the bar once again in the race for the 2014-2015 NBA MVP award. Harden went off against the Sacramento Kings