It looked like just another college jump-ball for 19-year referee Rick Crawford before he got caught square in the face by Vanderbilt center Damien Jones’ elbow.
Even though Shaq Diesel went platinum and Metta World Peace had a couple of surprisingly decent songs, most of the times athletes trying to rap turns out to be a disaster.
It’s really easy to forget how important footwork is in the game of basketball, so let legends like Michael Jordan, Hakeem Olajuwon, Steve Nash, Dwyane Wade, Manu Ginobili and Yao Ming remind you with this 3-minute compilation.
Without having to share the spotlight with an injury-plagued Kevin Durant throughout the 2014-15 NBA Season, Russell Westbrook has been showing his worth with 11 triple doubles and a solid place in the MVP discussion.
Bob “Houdini of the Hardwood” Cousy is one of the players who could be credited with inventing the fast break back in the 1950s. The Celtics’ strategy was to rely on Bill Russell’s rebounding and help defense
For more than 45 years, Benny the Bull had entertained Chicago Bulls fans, first at Chicago Stadium (1969–1994), and then at the United Center (1994–2014). He had become just as popular as some of the franchise’s most notable figures, such as players Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman, and head coach Phil Jackson. Benny(…)
An inflated leprechaun takes on an inflated raptor in a dance-off.
Any show with Shaq and Charles Brakley is bound to be pulsating with hilarity. Check out the 10 funniest moments of Inside The NBA, from Sir Charles kissing a donkey’s rear end to the diaper change contest.
Shaq’s calssic anti-Kobe freestyle.
Shaq shows us why Shaq Diesel went platinum while the rest try to keep up. Where oh where is Sir Charles when you need him?
You can’t be happy when your team loses multiple games back to back, especially when you’re Kobe Bryant. In one of the practice sessions of one of the worst Lakers seasons to date, Kobe just couldn’t take it anymore as he lashed out at his teammates in a profanity-filled tirade, comparing them to Charmin in(…)
The referee below may not be real, but if more refs did things like this, the NBA would be much more fun to watch.