"I would say we'll probably have him in next time," Vogel said after the Pacers' 103-102 defeat. Paul George added: "[Hibbert] does an amazing job of protecting the rim. I'm 100 percent sure he would've been there."
I ask you, fans across America and around the world, to root for Memphis -- both the Grizzlies team and the city. Maybe a Grizzlies championship can provide just the "grits" this Southern city needs.
The plot is as old as entertainment itself. To beat the defending champions, the underdog Bulls would have to overcome incredible odds.
Within hours of Brooklyn losing game seven to Chicago, the Nets fired interim coach P.J. Carlesimo.
My friend and excellent mom Jess has a great analytical basketball mind. She wrote this guest post this morning. Pacers-Knicks Discuss - George or ...
Every double foul, ridiculous flagrant and soft technical that these officials call makes me sick to my stomach. This isn't playoff basketball, it's kindergarten basketball.
I recently caught up with the Based God to talk everything from music to his multiple personas and the beauty that is the game of basketball.
After releasing the once fan favorite Stephen Jackson, the Spurs have acted quickly and made the gamble of signing former perennial all-star, Tracy McGrady. But will he be up to leading the desperate Spurs on a deep playoff run?
Kobe did what he does best on Sunday afternoon, captivating NBA audiences everywhere. And this time, he didn't even need a court to do it. Handles were active, #hashtags were a-plenty.
The long-suffering rabid fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs finally see their team make the NHL playoffs for the first time in nine years.
Derrick Rose can help his team. He owes it to his teammates, and the organization, and the city of Chicago, and fans everywhere to get back on the floor and give it his all.
Robinson was truly phenomenal under the bright lights of TNT. He matched Carmelo Anthony shot for shot and in crunch time, he was the game's brightest star and was able to pull out the 118- 111 victory.
If Kobe fails to make it to the playoffs with this current roster, it will forever taint his legacy. Would Michael Jordan ever fail to make the playoffs with a former MVP and three time Defensive Player of the Year on his team? Enough said.
If James Harden can have a series for the ages and dethrone the reigning Western Conference champions, the NBA world will bow down to his greatness and the Rockets can look to build on a successful season with their new core of youngsters.
Kobe merely guaranteed a postseason appearance, but I'm willing to take it a step further. The Los Angeles Lakers are going to win the championship this season.
They've already been penciled in as the crotchety old men who will win 55 games and lose to LeBron and their new nemesis/former teammate Ray Allen in late May. Not so fast.