Last night, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry won his second consecutive NBA MVP award. He became the first player ever to win the award in a unanimous vote, something greats like Bill Russell, Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan never achieved.
TNT’s “Inside The NBA” crew probably has more fun than any other sports broadcasting crew, to the point that I sometimes wonder what exactly is in those NBA on TNT mugs they’re always sipping on.
The Los Angeles Clippers underwent a massive re-brand as soon as new owner Steve Ballmer came aboard. The results were not exactly excellent, as the team ditched their classic cursive logo for a weird boxy design.
File this one under “delusions of grandeur.” Former NBA player Stephen Jackson appeared on ESPN’s new show “The Jump” today alongside former Grantland basketball writer Zach Lowe, and they spoke on a number of topics.
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
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.
The NBA season officially tipped off last night and we went out to get some hard-hitting predictions from New Yorkers including, which team they think is going to win it all and which player is most likely to win the MVP.
As you probably know by now, last night was "Drake Night" in Toronto, with Drizzy hosting the Raptors vs. Nets game and giving away shirts emblazoned with the team's "old Barney" logo, according to an ESPN commentator.
Drake has been known to be quite the fair weather fan, often siding with winning teams (despite sometimes being barred from their locker rooms), but since becoming the Toronto Raptors' ambassador, he's shown more loyalty to his hometown squad.
The Brooklyn Nets upset the Miami Heat at home last night in Game 3 of the conference semifinals, outscoring them 104-90. But before the game, the Nets' starters had the pleasure of being introduced by none other than Busta Rhymes.