Stephen Curry didn’t let up over the weekend, leading his Golden State Warriors to a 116 - 110 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. The mercurial guard was on point as ever, even crossing over Kevin Durant before hitting a three in his face.
Yesterday, legendary Pacers' shooter Reggie Miller, who is a current NBA commentator for TNT, contacted Drake on Twitter and challenged him to a game of ping pong, which happens to be one of the OVO rapper's favorite hobbies.
Competitive gaming is a big deal over in Asia, and it’s been steadily making its way to the western world over the past few years. ESPN even added an “eSports” vertical to their site in the past few months.
The NBA All-Star game is quickly approaching. The festivities will take place on February 12-14 in Toronto. Every year, Nike uses the weekend as an occasion to release a plethora of new product, and this year is no different.
Last month, two rising artists from South Jersey, Mir Fontane (Camden) and Ish Williams (Collingswood) dropped off an anthem that both towns can get behind: "Wanni Wag." The Roca Beats-produced track is dedicated to Camden's Dajuan Wagner, one of the best ball
Damn, fellas -- Kehlani is off the market, thanks to the Cleveland Cavaliers all-star point guard. Though, truth be told, we can't be salty at the homie Kyrie Irving, as the 20-year-old R&B singer certainly deserves a real G of his caliber.
ESPN's "First Take" recently got a revamped theme song courtesy of Wale, and now the network's pre-game show "NBA Countdown" has called upon two of hip-hop's elite, DJ Premier and Royce da 5'9", aka PRhyme, to create its opening music.
Your Old Droog knows basketball. He also knows Seinfeld. He combines his two passions in a remarkable new song called "Basketball & Seinfeld." "This song is stupid. #ballislife," writes Droog.