1. NBA Futures: How Ricky Rubio Will Redefine the Trigger-Happy Point Position

    In Europe, the extra pass is a work of art and teamwork is a religion. Suffice it to say, the majority who've come across the North Atlantic to the NBA and found success did their ...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 1 year ago 3,223 reads 5 comments

  2. NBA Spotlight: The Top 5 Christmas Day Performances Fans Would Love to See

    It's been a truly surreal year replete with Olympic miracles, heart-wrenching athletic realizations, and one impending then improbable apocalypse...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about almost 2 years ago 940 reads 1 comments

  3. Dirk Nowitzki: Where Does He Rank with the Greatest Ever?

    Lately, much has been said about the man who's led his team to 11 straight playoff appearances, and is pridefully clawing toward the second Finals appearance of his career. He is arguably the greatest jump-shooting seven-footer in NBA history...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 755 reads 1 comments

  4. Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls Can Beat the Miami Heat

    Many have already called the upcoming Miami-Chicago series. It's a done deal, right? Wrong. The Bulls went 3-0 on the Heat during the regular season...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 553 reads 11 comments

  5. Kobe Bryant: Why He Can't Touch Jordan in Playoff Greatness

    In the vein of comparisons, Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan are a good match for many reasons. Their playing styles, physical stature, certain statistics, history and charisma all stand up—eerily, at times—to one another...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 7,536 reads 72 comments

  6. Dwight Howard, Jamal Crawford and an Orlando Magic-Atlanta Hawks Series Analysis

    The playoffs are heavily upon us now. These initial matchups are frantic and selfish, but entertaining as hell. Let's break down the battle in the Magic Kingdom...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 266 reads 0 comments

  7. Pau Gasol: 5 Things Lakers Star Needs to Do in Game 2 Against the Hornets

    So Pau Gasol played like crap in Game 1 of the Lakers - Hornets first-round series. L.A.'s big man has two days to turn his game on. No excuses, no worries. The two-time NBA champion is facing one of his biggest playoff moments on Wednesday...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 2,011 reads 29 comments

  8. NBA Rankings: 5 More Unreal Numbers Put Up in the NBA Playoffs

    Here is the last in a series about the greatest all-around individual performances in the NBA playoffs. As we saw with Chris Paul 's amazing stat fill on Sunday against the Lakers—33 ...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 279 reads 1 comments

  9. Virtuoso Visions: More of the Most Unreal Playoff Numbers Put Up in NBA History

    Without further ado here is a second five-pack of some the NBA 's most exceptional one-man efforts in the playoffs...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 576 reads 4 comments

  10. NBA Rankings Series: Top 5 Virtuosic Performances in NBA Playoff History

    From Elgin Baylor to Tommy Heinsohn to Tim Duncan and Shaquille O'Neal , the NBA's history of amazing "one-man-team" performances during the playoffs spans decades and has produced some jaw-dropping moments...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 2,161 reads 18 comments

  11. Adriana Lima and the Top 10 Hottest NBA WAGS

    Just looking next door you can already see that NBA players hold it down when it comes to beautiful wives and girlfriends...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 3,529 reads 3 comments

  12. Derrick Rose: Top 5 Reasons Why He Deserves the 2011 NBA MVP Award

    Here are the top five reasons why Derrick Rose should be the 2011 NBA MVP. Sure, LeBron James , Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard are in the running, and deservedly so, but no one this season is putting it together like Rose...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 4,812 reads 106 comments

  13. NBA Rankings: The 15 Biggest Second Option Playoff Shots of All Time

    First, to get it out of the way, this list applies to players who are not considered the number one scoring option on the team; the players who usually don''t have the final play drawn up for them...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 1,232 reads 1 comments

  14. Chris Bosh and the Zaniest NBA Flop Artists of the Last Decade

    It's known as a fake foul, a hardwood production, the lazy man's charge or taking a fall. But it's more infamously known as a Flop...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 1,962 reads 28 comments

  15. 2011 NCAA Final Four: Kemba Walker and Matt Howard Will Shine

    Kemba Walker is a shooting revelation in the eerily similar mold of Huskie alum Ben Gordon and is poised to follow right in his footsteps...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 199 reads 2 comments

  16. Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan and the NBA's All-Time Greatest Moves

    Jordan, Olajuwon, Barkley and McHale among other NBA royalty all had go-to moves—the plays they went to when the clock was running down and all the chips were laid out...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 4,729 reads 27 comments

  17. Carmelo Anthony Trade: What the New York Knicks Can Learn from the Miami Heat

    Here we go again, just on another level. Another East Coast team finds itself jam-packed stacked as the Knicks traded four of their young starting five for the ultimate in talent and experience...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 449 reads 4 comments

  18. Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant and the NBA's Quickest Fill-Ups

    With Allen Iverson aging and indefinitely out of the picture, the natural progression of the NBA's greatest scorer is transitioning nicely from Kobe Bryant to Kevin Durant, KB to KD...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 479 reads 0 comments

  19. NBA's Best: The Next Top 10 All-Time Free Throw Shooting Routines

    Although Andrei "Young Navratilova" Kirilenko isn't on my all-time list, his steely-eyed focus and determination are the hallmarks of nearly all free throw shooting methods...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 3,513 reads 3 comments

  20. NBA's Best: The Top 10 Free Throw Shooting Routines of All-Time

    Whether it's going around-the-back, rubbing face, blowing kisses or humming some peculiar German pop song, you'd be hard-pressed to find an NBA player who doesn't have his own nonpareil routine at the foul line...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 11,463 reads 12 comments

  21. Miami Heat: King James, Dwyane Wade, the Jordan Principle and a New Era

    Starting out with a prospects-paltry 9-8 record through November, the Miami Heat appeared to be suffering from the stigma of other alpha-star dominated teams —i.e...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 3 years ago 1,123 reads 27 comments

  22. Blake Griffin, The Great: Scary Dunks and Respect For a ROY-In-Waiting

    Like a scary metamorphosis of Abdul Jabbar’s vaunted Skyhook, only a small handful of today’s players have the sheer strength, grace and leaping ability to literally throw the ball down at the hoop—and, make it look convincing...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about almost 4 years ago 842 reads 7 comments

  23. 1967 Philadelphia 76ers: Greatest NBA Championship Team Ever?

    Any discussion of the Greatest NBA Championship teams, for the sake of the even larger job of dissecting the dynasties, has a right to begin with special anomalies such as the 1967 Philadelphia 76ers ...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about 6 years ago 4,041 reads 10 comments

  24. Memo to the Los Angeles Lakers: Dump Lamar Odom Or Not

    C'mon Lakers : It's time to get rid of Lamar Odom. Lamar has overstayed his welcome in LA with his inconsistent play, and right now fits the mold of the "can't-hurt-you-but-can't-help-you" ...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 6 years ago 2,023 reads 9 comments

  25. The Towering Twosome: Yao and Yi's Road to Success

    No place is the old adage of two better than one more justified than in professional sports. In the NHL, there are the Niedermeyer brothers.In professional tennis, the Williams’ sisters...

    D.S. Corpuz Written by D.S. Corpuz about over 6 years ago 663 reads 2 comments