NBA teams have between now and May 16 to claim playoff spots, improve seedings and escape (or enter) the play-in tournament. In other words, we’re approaching the… Read more “NBA Playoff Standings 2021: Latest Power Rankings and Seeds for East, West”
The NBA draft process has officially begun. Prospects are declaring and asking for feedback on their stock, while scouts are shaping their boards before workouts and interviews…
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The term X-factor might be prominently placed in the NBA lexicon, but it lacks a catch-all definition. It’s most easily attached to those ignitable reserves or complementary… Read more “The Biggest X-Factor for Every Projected NBA Playoff Team”
Bryant signed a five-year extension with Nike in April 2016 that kept him connected to the brand into his retirement. That contract has now expired, and a… Read more “Kobe Bryant’s run with Nike ends as Lakers legend’s estate elects not to extend partnership”
SNY NBA Insider Ian Begley checks in on several New York Knicks hot topics, including comments from Zion Williamson about how much he likes playing in New… Read more “How much does Zion Williamson really love New York? | SportsNite”
Nikola Jokic took over the MVP race on Monday night.
Williamson, 20, is the first Gen-Z signature athlete in the history of both Jordan and Nike.
As the Pelicans (25-32) look to stop their losing streak, they meet an injured Nets (38-19) squad on Tuesday.
Over the course of his career, Kobe Bryant found inspiration for his sneakers in everything from cars to comic book villains.