Andre Miller looked like he was just going to dribble out the final 2.6 seconds of the first quarter of last night’s Nuggets – Raptors game. I mean, the Nuggets were already up 25-12. Seemingly on a whim, Miller hoisted a shot from between half court and 3/4 court. Of course it hit nothing but the bottom of the net. Miller finished 1-5 from behind the arc in the Nuggets 96-81 victory. Obviously, he enjoys a high degree of difficulty.
Steve Adams dunk on Draymond Green pic.twitter.com/0f9EC2zvWx — ⓂarcusD (@_MarcusD_) May 29, 2016 Steven Adams got his revenge on (…)
Former Iowa State and current New Orleans Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones has died, according to the Ames Tribune. There are no (…)
When the Eastern Conference Finals were knotted at 2-2, Toronto Raptors superfan Drake got a bit big for his britches and flooded (…)
Breaking down barriers.
The Rio Olympics must be canceled immediately.
The Philadelphia 76ers must trade Jahlil Okafor this offseason.
Rob Ryan Called Last Two Years in New Orleans "Waste of Time," Wants You to Know He Did Damn Good Job
Rob Ryan, still confident.