// Artist Heather Rooney drew a spectacular art piece of Miami Heat superstar LeBron James. You can watch the talented artist draw LeBron James in a time-lapse video illustrating her creative process step-by-step, beginning with a pencil sketch to a full blown masterpiece. The talent Heather has to draw an exact facial replica of the king of basketball is absolutely amazing. ...
//The fist-fight altercation which occurred last week between Indiana Pacers guards Lance Stephenson and Evan Turner doesn’t seem to be resolved. Take a bird’s eye view far in the distance of the Pacers’ pre-game huddle, as Stephenson gives off awkward vibes standing side-by-side with Tuner. It’s pretty obvious Stephenson feels some resentment toward the Pacers newbie. ...
// Off the heels of the Los Angeles Lakers’ worst season in a long time, shooting guard Nick Young seems to be taking his talents across town to the LA Dodgers with all the free time on his hands. Just kidding! Young shows how swaggy he can be on the baseball field throwing the ceremonial pitch at the Dodgers game Wednesday evening. Swaggy P brings along his Laker teammate Jordan Farmar to bask in the glory of his big shot at the majors. Young entertainingly hashtags #swaggyknows originally from Bo Jackson’s early ’90s Nike campaign “Bo Knows”...Continue reading »
// The Indiana Pacers protected home base with a 101-85 win over the Atlanta Hawks in Game 2 to tie the series 1-1. Paul George channeled his inner superstar ability, leading the Pacers to the 16-point point victory. George scored 27 points (9-of-16 shooting), to go with six assists, 10 rebounds and four momentum-changing steals. NBA.com reporters met with George postgame for his comments on Game 2: “We put our print on this game in the third quarter, which we’ve done in November, December and January. We got back to that. I thought we did a great job of really...Continue reading »
// The Toronto Raptors hosted Game 2 of their series against the Brooklyn Nets in front of a packed crowd inside and outside the Air Canada Centre. DeMar DeRozan and the Raptors found the equalizer they were looking for Tuesday night, defeating the Brooklyn Nets, 100-95. DeRozan rebounded from his poor showing in Game 1 with 30 points in Game 2. NBA.com reporters spoke with the All-Star postgame: “We’ve been here when people just thought you could come into Toronto and get a win. We’ve been through all that, the frustrating seasons. We want everybody...Continue reading »
// The Washington Wizards win big on the road again, stealing Game 2 from the Chicago Bulls in overtime led by shooting guard Bradley Beal. The second-year player with zero playoff experience showcased he has arrived as a bonafide scorer in the NBA. Beal scorched the Bulls for 26 points (9-of-20 from field), seven rebounds and two steals. Tom Thibodeau’s Bulls breathe defense, but somehow, could not contain Beal’s penetration down the lane and success from beyond the arch, as he connected on 4-of-7 of his three-point attempts. The Wizards’ Big Three...Continue reading »
// Kevin Garnett states “I don’t think you can say F-Brooklyn and come into Brooklyn” after losing Game 2 on the road Tuesday night against the Toronto Raptors. KG is correct, the crowd in the Barclay’s Center will be rowdy and ready to disrupt the Raptors in every way possible. The pride the people of Brooklyn have for their borough is indescribable. As a member of the Tri-State area, eyebrows raised high after Toronto’s GM fearlessly yelled “F-Brooklyn” because I know one thing for sure, Brooklyn...Continue reading »
// San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has been awarded the 2013-14 NBA Coach of the Year for leading his players to a league-leading 62-20 (.756) regular-season record. Popovich joins Pat Riley and Don Nelson as the third coach in NBA history to win Coach of the Year three times in his career. In his 18th season, Popovich continues to be at the top of his game, constantly finding ways keep his Spurs in the NBA Championship discussion. The official press release on NBA.com has more on Pop’s season: The Spurs were the only team to record 30-plus wins both...Continue reading »
// Phoenix Suns point guard Goran Dragic becomes the third player in franchise history to win the NBA’s Most Improved Player of the Year award, joining Kevin Johnson and Boris Diaw. Dragic finished the season with a career-best 20.3 points while accomplishing his point guard duties dishing out 5.9 assists per game. In over 15 NBA seasons Dragic becomes the first guard to average 20 points per game on 50.0 percent from the field and 40.0 percent from beyond the arch since Drazen Petrovic in the ’92-93 season. Dragic led Phoenix to an impressive 48 wins on...Continue reading »
// The day prior to the Indiana Pacers’ postseason opener against the Atlanta Hawks, scoring guards Lance Stephenson and Evan Turner got into a heated exchange during practice. The altercation involved some cursing, tussling and fist-pounding which teammates Luis Scola and David West had to break up. Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski reports: “On the eve of this Eastern Conference series, the wobbling No. 1 seed punctuated its final playoff preparations in a most self-destructive way: Two Indiana Pacers dragged a cursing, cut Evan Turner out of the...Continue reading »