- Meet Joakim Noah's Father, Who Is Definitely Joakim Noah's Father
- Wichita State Lost The MVC Title Game, According To Their Own Shirts
- A Light At The End Of The Nerd Tunnel: Nate Silver Declares Start Date For FiveThirtyEight Site
- You Know It's Spring Training When Curtis Granderson Rubs Your Butt
- Florida Basketball 'Chasing Greatness' In The Season's Stretch Run
There are few guarantees in this life but here are a few: Death. Taxes. The Spurs being underrated, underestimated, overlooked. Not here, not right now.
We never doubted Yannick Noah’s paternity claim to Bulls center Joakim Noah. But after watching his sideline interview during the Heat-Bulls game yesterday, we can say with absolute certainty that, yeah, they’re related.
Kevin Love, in response to Tyson Chandler's comments about his defense: "F*** him. I don't give a s***."
— Phil Ervin (@PhilErvin) March 7, 2014
Don’t you love it when two guys from irrelevant teams go at it? Really makes you wonder what it would be like if their teams were actually, you know, not irrelevant.
We’re gonna start calling him Sacha Baron Davis, because it’s so hard to determine if he’s serious or seriously good at this character he’s trolling as with. This time around, he meets with Doc Rivers to let him know he’s willing to race anybody on the Clippers to prove his worth. Wow.
Good news for people who love it when Vlade Divac sells his house: Vlade Divac is selling his house. The five bedroom, four (and a half) bathroom chrome and stucco contemporary pad located in the “exclusive community” of Castellammare is on sale for $3.25 million.
The Spurs stomped the Heat 111-87 last night behind a masterful performance from Tim Duncan (23 points, 11 boards, one out-of-character outburst). Both teams wore Latina Noche uniforms, which as we’ve noted have short-sleeves, for some reason. Everybody — from the winners to the losers — hated on the sleeves after the game.
The year was 1995: Russians greeted Americans on Space Station Mir, the O.J. Simpson trial began in Los Angeles, and the expansion Toronto Raptors began play in their purple ‘angry dinosaur’ jerseys. One of these events will replay itself beginning this coming fall.