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//College basketball standout Jabari Parker has decided to enter the 2014 NBA draft. Previously undecided, Parker revealed his decision in an interview with Sports Illustrated: Parker averaged 19.1 points, 8.7 rebounds, 1.2 blocks and 1.1 steals in one year with the Duke Blue Devils. He is projected to be a top-three pick in the NBA draft. ...

// Shaquille O’Neal’s Shaqin’ A Fool has emerged as a viral sensation on all social media platforms, and no one is safe whether it’s LeBron James or two-time Shaqtin’ MVP JaVale McGee. Shaq compiled a list of the five greatest Shaqin’ A Fool moments of the 2013-14 NBA season, which he shared on TNT’s “Inside the NBA” on Tuesday. Basketball players if you’re wondering how not to become a victim, be sure to avoid the behavior of these top five Shaqin’ A Fool culprits. Deepest...Continue reading »

// Shaquille O’Neal lets his feelings be known about Brent Barry’s subpar guitar skills by aggressively screaming “We only want to hear classics like “I wish I Had Jessie’s Girl,” a 1981 hit song by Rick Springfield. Shaq then proves his point by smashing Barry’s guitar into pieces to ensure only great music will be played at the “Inside the NBA” studio, not the bedtime lullaby crap. As the regular season comes to an end, hilarious moments like this are why “Inside the NBA”...Continue reading »

//Try not smiling while watching this heartwarming video of Sacramento Kings point guard Isaiah Thomas making a surprise visit to the home of his biggest fan, 98-year-old Feling Mostajo, and presenting her with a bouquet. ...

// Drexel University and the National Collegiate Players Association recently conducted a survey to determine how much a collegiate player would be worth in an open market. The survey was conducted as part of a larger question of if/when college players would be paid for their services. The results revealed that men’s college basketball players could be worth approximately $375,000. The average college football player would be worth $178,000, per NBC News (via Nick Bromberg of Yahoo! Sports). Coveted players like Andrew Wiggins of the Kansas Jayhawks and Texas A&M...Continue reading »

//A Twitter user expressed his envy at his sister getting the opportunity to meet Derrick Rose. The thing is, Rose wasn’t even in the picture he posted. It was actually LeBron James. The guy could be trolling everyone, but it’s hilarious nonetheless. I also want to point out that the woman on the left is near LeBron’s height and she’s slouching. [Twitter, Bleacher Report] ...

//   Iman Shumpert granted us another highlight on Tuesday night, this time catching the off-the-glass oop pass from New York Knicks teammate Toure’ Murry for the two-handed dunk. ...

//   Iman Shumpert dropped Paul Pierce with a mean pull-back crossover move during the New York Knicks-Brooklyn Nets game on Tuesday. Blame it on the old bones, but by the time Pierce got back to his feet, Shumpert had already drilled the all-netter. The Knicks came out on top in this one, 109-98. ...

// Carmelo Anthony will sit out the New York Knicks‘ last two games of the season with a nagging shoulder injury. Anthony underwent an MRI, which revealed a small tear in his labrum. The New York Knicks PR team bought the report via Twitter: An MRI to Carmelo Anthony's right shoulder revealed a small tear to his labrum. No surgery is required at this time. (cont) — NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) April 15, 2014 (cont) Anthony will be re-evaluated in about a month. He will miss the remaining two games. — NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) April 15, 2014 It’s...Continue reading »

// Los Angeles Lakers guard Jordan Farmar dropped Utah Jazz point guard Trey Burke with a indescribable double-crossover. The combination Farmar used to break Burke’s ankles was wickedly similar to the maneuver Andre Iguodala performed on Quincy Miller last week. Burke should know at this level of competition, defense can’t be played on the heels of your feet. The slow motion gives a bird’s eye view of Burke’s left ankle buckling before falling to the floor. Superior ball-handling skills by Farmar to get past Burke...Continue reading »


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