It’s not surprising to see so many tattoos in a league filled with young millionaires.
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No longer wanting to carry the Superman monicker, Dwight Howard prefers Dwyane Wade’s old nickname, The Flash. That’s why he commissioned a custom Flash-themed makeover for his 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.
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Before Twitter blew up, it was much easier for athletes to speak their mind because it wouldn’t attract the kind of media attention that it does today.
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A picture, as they say, is worth a thousand words
No matter how much you’re paid, you cannot predict the future. Let’s take a look at some of the most hilarious (in hindsight) visuals to grace the covers of SLAM, Dime, Kicks and ESPN.
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What if the NBA had helmets like the NFL does? Graphic designers James Politi (jamespoliti.com) and Luke Daly attempted to answer this question by throwing some designs together.
The NBA Playoffs is where amazing happens, but sometimes things can just be amazingly painful to watch.
A basketball jump shot is only “ugly” if it misses, but some players past and present have a shot form that makes you wonder how they are able to get anything to fall.
Some NBA uniforms have been works of art, while others were major eyesores. Let’s take a look at the 10 fashion fails that most qualify for the latter.