This is the Final's rematch we've all been waiting for: the two best teams in the NBA set to square off -- the Lone Star Loners vs. the Heatles. One team is in desperate need of redemption, the other has a chance to cement their legacy as a team for the ages.
Athletes are concerned about their legacies on the playing field, however, imagine if athletes also started to be concerned with the legacies they leave with the foods they endorse?
This is an opportunity for the NBA to do more than silence one racist owner. It's time to change the ownership paradigm.
When I see people wearing Nets apparel, I figure they're just reppin Brooklyn. That leaves the Nets in a potentially unique situation: everyone loves their brand, but not many people actually follow the team.
Pheww. Omg! We just witnessed the best first round of the NBA playoffs ever: 5 Game 7's (would've been 6 if not for Damian Lillard), 8 overtime g...
Guess we don't need those Game 5 tickets for the Heat vs. Bobcats. But, hey, no complaints -- we're the only team in the playoffs to sweep its adversary, and while doing it we looked Miami Strong!
Why is it that some guys seem to have it and some guys don't? One guy in a t-shirt and jeans could seem to be dressed better (though more casual) than a guy in a suit and tie.
Targeting the "Invincibles"... ...
The NBA's owners may sincerely believe that they will be improving the overall product if they start barring players under 20. But they will be sincerely mistaken.
The MVP is the most debated award every year, due largely to its vague definition historically. It does not simply go to the league's leading scorer, nor to the best player on the team that finishes with the most wins. It is the player that is the most valuable to his team.
As you watch the NBA playoffs this spring, impress your friends with this fact: the idea for those Nikes worn by LeBron James and Kevin Durant was actually born in the rainforests of the northeast Amazon.
Today, professional leagues from the United States to Bulgaria to Taiwan all agree: It's kind of a winter sport. But I've been watching the Winter Olympics for two weeks and still haven't seen any basketball. So what gives?
Can you really fault athletes for these tendencies?
Whether or not this has the viral and cultural staying power remains to be seen, but the laughs might not be so hardy if the falls lead to serious injury. The days of "Tebowing" seem like a kinder, gentler form of mock flattery.
A corker flips his bike over in the middle of an intersection and looks to the sky, searching perhaps for a plane, a bird, anything, as the car he's b...
After years of recession and lackluster recovery, somebody has finally stated the obvious: If women were participating in the American economy up to their potential, happy days would be here again.