1. Greatest Playoff Heroes in NBA History No One Remembers

    Playoff heroes come in many forms and several guises. Michael Jordan took a shot, well, the shot , over Craig Ehlo and nailed it for the win. Jerry West once swished a 60-foot buzzer-beater to cement his claim of being Mr...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about over 1 year ago 1,965 reads 1 comments

  2. 5 Surprising Things We Know About Christian Laettner

    Christian Laettner is known for many things. Well, really just two. He hit that ridiculous shot in the 1992 NCAA tournament to defeat Kentucky. And he was the lone college representative on the 1992 Dream Team...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about almost 2 years ago 16,517 reads 0 comments

  3. Grades for Every New NBA Uniform Unleashed This Season

    Every season NBA teams unveil new uniforms. Sometimes those uniforms are absolute overhauls of previous schemes. Consider how the Charlotte Bobcats went from an orange-heavy to a blue-dominant jersey this season...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about almost 2 years ago 6,495 reads 6 comments

  4. Rebuilding NBA Teams on Brink of Contention

    This 2012-13 season several teams in the NBA are emerging from years of mediocrity to stake their claim as legitimate competitors and contenders in this league. These teams have endured many years of painful rebuilding...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about almost 2 years ago 281 reads 0 comments

  5. NBA Teams in Desperate Need of Veteran Leadership

    "I've heard people say that too much of anything is not good for you, baby ." Barry White , too much of anything is indeed not good for you. In the NBA , teams love to have youth...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about almost 2 years ago 987 reads 2 comments

  6. NBA Veterans Facing Yet Another Losing Season

    Some players just can't seem to catch a break. They are talented, they are sublime, but they are always stuck on a loser. Historically, a player like Walt Bellamy comes to mind...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about almost 2 years ago 553 reads 1 comments

  7. Ranking the Biggest Feuds in NBA History

    There are rivalries, and then there are feuds . A rivalry carries a sense of animosity purely on the court. A feud involves the game on the court, but spreads well beyond that. Pride, emotion and vitriol take the place of simply wanting to win a game...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about almost 2 years ago 71,872 reads 118 comments

  8. Humbling Moments That Turned Around the Careers of NBA Superstars

    "Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall." - Proverbs 16:18 "Pride and excess bring disaster for man...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about almost 2 years ago 592 reads 2 comments

  9. 6 Underachieving NBA Franchises Breaking Through in 2012-13

    Every NBA season is filled with surprises. Exhibit A: The Los Angeles Lakers added Dwight Howard and Steve Nash during the summer. At this moment, they are sitting below .500 and outside the West's playoff bracket...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about almost 2 years ago 6,039 reads 23 comments

  10. Comparing Every NBA Team's Best Player to an NBA Legend: Part 2

    Last week I hope you all enjoyed the Christmas Day gift of seeing every Eastern Conference team's best player compared to an NBA legend . Well, to ring in the New Year, it's time to compare the best of the West to legends of years gone by...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about almost 2 years ago 4,745 reads 17 comments

  11. Comparing Every NBA Team's Best Player to an NBA Legend: Part 1

    One of the best things of being an NBA fan is seeing new exciting players come into the league and do things with a style of their own...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about almost 2 years ago 4,423 reads 10 comments

  12. Most Embarrassing Dunk Fails in NBA History

    Nothing is more embarrassing than a failed dunk, and I've compiled 10 of the worst (best?) ones you'll ever see...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about 2 years ago 934 reads 4 comments

  13. 7 Most Controversial Moments of David Stern's Reign as NBA Commissioner

    David Stern has been the NBA commissioner since February1, 1984. Over this nearly 30-year reign, much has changed for the league. The defending champs when Stern took control were the Philadelphia 76ers with their reigning MVP Moses Malone...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about 2 years ago 7,200 reads 15 comments

  14. Ranking Every NBA Arena by History

    New York City is home to both the newest and the second-oldest NBA arena. Madison Square Garden, now in its fourth incarnation, was completed in 1968, while Barclays Center was finished this past summer...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about 2 years ago 10,824 reads 29 comments

  15. The Best Active NBA Player from Every Draft of the Last 20 Years

    Nearing the one month mark of the 2012-13 NBA season, we're starting to see which members of the 2012 Draft Class are living up to expectations, exceeding them or falling short...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about 2 years ago 3,054 reads 4 comments

  16. The Most Controversial Midseason Coaching Changes in NBA History

    Mike Brown's early season firing may have been surprising, but it wasn't all that controversial. Yes, the firing happened early in the season, but few people really took up the "Save Mike Brown!" cause...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about 2 years ago 5,041 reads 4 comments

  17. The 15 Most Sensational Showmen in NBA History

    The NBA has been around for a while and it's had quite a few sensational players. The great thing is that the sensation came in a variety of ways. Dunks, no-look passes, spectacular blocks, pickpocketing on defense, finger rolls and more...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about 2 years ago 1,136 reads 3 comments

  18. How Rajon Rondo Is Saving the Careers of Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett

    Five is a very important number when discussing Rajon Rondo ’s connection to Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce (and Ray Allen)...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about 2 years ago 2,452 reads 2 comments

  19. The 5 Most Amazing Dunkers in Los Angeles Lakers History

    From playing at the Great Western Forum to the Staples Center, the Los Angeles Lakers have had many spectacular dunkers ...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about 2 years ago 1,152 reads 2 comments

  20. The 10 Greatest Michael Jordan-Chicago Bulls Stories Ever

    Michael Jordan obviously enjoyed quite the illustrious career. By his fourth season in the NBA , he'd already won Rookie of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player...

    Curtis Harris Written by Curtis Harris about 2 years ago 31,925 reads 14 comments