Before the 2014-2015 NBA season began, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Minnesota Timberwolves agreed on a blockbuster trade which sent superstar forward Kevin Love to the Cavs in exchange for two former 1st overall picks—Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett—and Thaddeus Young.
The time has come for R.J. Hunter to leave the nest. Georgia State’s junior guard has decided it’s time for him to take a shot at the NBA Draft. The choice to leave Georgia State could not have been an easy one for Hunter; after all, Hunter has had the privilege of playing for head coach Ron Hunter the past three seasons—his father.
Former Cincinnati Bearcats superstar Sean Kilpatrick made his NBA debut with the Minnesota Timberwolves on March 19th, 2015, against the New York Knicks. A projected second-round pick in the 2014 NBA Draft
As long as he remains the head coach of the top team in college basketball, the name John Calipari will be thrown around every time an NBA coaching position becomes available.
Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash is walking away from the game of basketball after 19 seasons in the NBA. Nash, 41, has had nothing but injury problems since arriving in Los Angeles in 2012; and he actually has not played a game yet this season.
The night that began with Tony Parker visiting the Hawks locker room to chat with Spurs former assistant coach Mike Budenholzer, ended with the defending NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs teaching the best team in the Eastern Conference
I realize comparing the Super Bowl to March Madness is apples to oranges. The Super Bowl is one game and the Tournament is a stack of games over three weeks. That difference isn’t enough to deter me from debating which is better as a sporting event however.
After his horrific injury—a severally broken leg in a Team USA scrimmage—Indiana Pacers superstar Paul George was originally ruled out for the entire 2014-2015 NBA season.
Charles Oakley was honored by the Toronto Raptors on Friday March 13th during their game against the Miami Heat. Oakley, who played for the Raptors, Bulls, Knicks, Wizards, and Rockets during his two decades in the NBA had his bobblehead handed out to the first 5,000 fans in attendance at the Raptors game.