The NBA and Nike just released the 2019-20 iterations of their City Edition jersey series. Obviously, that means it’s time to rank them all. Since 2017, Nike teamed up with the NBA and created the City Edition jerseys, representing the “distinct history, rhythm and culture” of each locale. It’s a great concept but one with
With the NBA season a little more than a month old, we’re looking at the most surprising trend for each team in the Western Conference. A bit more than a month into the 2019-20 season, so much has happened. Some of what has gone on was widely expected (the Lakers are good and the Knicks
With the NBA season a little more than a month old, we’re looking at the most surprising trend for each team in the Eastern Conference. A bit more than a month into the 2019-20 season, so much has happened. Some of what has gone on was widely expected (the Lakers are good and the Knicks
It’s no secret. Once the turkey has been consumed and the nap has been taken, all your attention shifts to Black Friday. Here are some of the best deals. Black Friday means savings. Whether you’re getting something for yourself (because you deserve it!), or something for friends and family, there’s no denying that now is
Thanksgiving dinner is known for two things: Turkey and tension. Here’s our guide to which sports and entertainment conversations to avoid for a peaceful holiday. Thanksgiving is a holiday for gathering – around a table, in front of a television, in a park playing flag football, in the streets at a turkey trot, in line
Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images In the spirit of Thanksgiving, it’s time to take a look at the biggest thing each and every NBA team should be thankful for so far in the 2019-20 season. Happy Thanksgiving, NBA fans! While the association we know and love will be off for Turkey Day, we’ve got a
The NBA season is roughly a month underway. Let’s see where everybody stands compared to different cereal tiers. Cereal, much like basketball, is delicious. Also much like basketball, cereals bridge the entire spectrum of various caliber and quality. Tier 1: The half bowl of soggy Rice Krispies you left on the counter and forgot about.
Reyan Ali’s new book “NBA Jam” celebrates the creation, development and legacy of one of the best-selling video games of all-time: NBA Jam. Chances are if you are reading this review you have some type of history with NBA Jam be it the original arcade version in 1993, the home console ports for Super Nintendo
After months of speculation about whether Carmelo Anthony would get a chance to prove himself one last time, we now know the Portland Trail Blazers have signed him to a non-guaranteed contract. One of the biggest stars in basketball is returning to the NBA. Carmelo Anthony was once one of the best scorers in the
So, you’ve decided you want to learn more about what this hoopla called load management is all about — congratulations, you’ve come to the right place. The purpose of this guide is to take you by the arm, like you were being gently restrained for your own protection, and walk you through some day-to-day, real-life
The injuries are beginning to mount and NBA teams up and down the standings are looking for fill-in production. Who is being asked to step up? If there is anything that has defined the early portion of the 2019-20 NBA season, it’s injuries. We began the year knowing Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson would likely
(Photo by Sam Forencich/NBAE via Getty Images) Steph Curry might be the latest NBA great to spend his whole career with one team but he won’t be the last. Here are the top five candidates to pull it off. There are few things in life as quietly satisfying as talking about the good old days.
Understanding the science of load management can add context to the discussion about the positives and negatives of resting players. Andrew Patton has over ten years of experience as a strength and conditioning coach working with athletes ranging from Olympians and All-Americans to regular recreational athletes. He is also involved in strength and conditioning research relating
Our writers answer some of the most interesting questions of the young NBA season, including Brandon Ingram‘s finishing and more. 1. More surprising — Brandon Ingram shooting 48.6 percent on 3s or Brandon Ingram shooting 66 percent on drives? Louis Zatzman (@LouisZatzman): A hot, early-season shooting percentage is like a monogamous relationship; it takes forever
What are we #MadOnline about today? The loopholes that let the NBA’s best players take a day off without checking in with us first. On Wednesday night, in potential Finals preview and match up between two of the best players in the NBA — Kawhi Leonard and Giannis Antetokounmpo — noted lollygagger Kawhi opted to
NBA Betting Tip Sheet is a daily rundown of NBA betting lines and key factors that could impact the numbers in Las Vegas. All NBA odds are courtesy of The Action Network. Tonight’s lines: New Orleans Pelicans (+3, +130 ML) @ Oklahoma City Thunder (-3, -150 ML) (O/U 227.5) Notes: Zion Williamson (knee) remains out
Draymond Green is known for speaking his mind. What would it sound like if every player in the NBA spoke as freely and honestly as Green? In our current social, political, economic and climate-climate, absolute honesty should be what we’re demanding of everyone at all times. Things are going in a dark direction and there
Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images In the spirit of Halloween, it’s time to play Trick-or-Treat with one major early season trend for each and every NBA team here in 2019-20. Every year, thousands of young children go from door to door in their neighborhoods, ringing the doorbell and shouting “Trick-or-Treat!” in the hopes of being
Tim Donaghy was an NBA referee until he was banned for betting hundreds of thousands of dollars and for making calls that affected the point spread. Tim Donaghy watches himself on the screen, making those same mistakes. Betting hundreds of thousands of dollars on games that he worked, making calls that affected the point spread.
BROOKLYN, NY – DECEMBER 05: (NEW YORK DAILIES OUT) Shabazz Napier #13 of the Brooklyn Nets in action against Dennis Schroder #17 of the Oklahoma City Thunder at Barclays Center on December 5, 2018 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. The Thunder defeated the Nets 114-112. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and