1. Report: Timberwolves Express Interest in Disgruntled Denver PG Andre Miller

    With Valentine's Day recently passed, apparently love is still in the air. The Denver Nuggets and disgruntled point guard Andre Miller are working to kiss and make up after a ...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 10 months ago 11,499 reads 18 comments

  2. Grading Every Key Sacramento Kings Player Heading into NBA All-Star Break

    The Sacramento Kings have been a tough egg to crack. Some nights they play up to their capabilities and surprise by beating a good team. Other nights they look lackadaisical and get run off the court by teams they should be competitive with...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 10 months ago 2,023 reads 18 comments

  3. Blake Griffin Scores 30 in 3 Straight Games for First Time in Career

    Coming into the season, Blake Griffin was viewed as a flashy player, but one that was lacking substance. Based on the way the power forward has been playing this season, that viewpoint is slowly starting to change...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 490 reads 1 comments

  4. Chris Kaman on Potentially Being Traded Before Deadline: 'I Don't Care'

    If Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak decides to deal Chris Kaman prior to the Feb. 20 trade deadline, the center has a message for him: He doesn't care...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 1,996 reads 0 comments

  5. Ray Allen Not Planning to Retire

    The show will go on for Miami Heat shooting guard Ray Allen . After 18 years in the NBA , the sharpshooter isn't calling it quits yet...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 23,065 reads 63 comments

  6. Should Ben McLemore Have Been Invited to Rising Stars Challenge?

    The NBA 's Rising Stars Challenge is the league's showcase of its most promising rookie and second-year players...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 1,818 reads 7 comments

  7. How Concerned Should Portland Trail Blazers Be About Damian Lillard's Slump?

    It seems like everything has come easy for Damian Lillard since entering the NBA . The point guard earned Rookie of the Year honors in 2012-13, and he made the Western Conference All-Star team this year...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 4,986 reads 21 comments

  8. Lance Stephenson 'Mad' About Perceived All-Star Snub

    When the All-Star Game reserves were announced on Thursday, Indiana Pacers guard Lance Stephenson was not named to the Eastern Conference squad. Apparently the fourth-year player was not too happy about it...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 31,870 reads 169 comments

  9. Andrew Bynum Signing Another Step in Indiana Pacers' Bid to Topple Miami Heat

    We've known for months that the Eastern Conference will come down to the Indiana Pacers versus the Miami Heat . Well, the Pacers may have just grabbed the upper hand by signing free-agent center Andrew Bynum ...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 45,018 reads 261 comments

  10. Brooklyn Nets Set NBA Record for Fewest Rebounds in a Game

    The Brooklyn Nets made history on Friday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder —but it wasn't the good kind. That's because the Nets set the NBA record for fewest rebounds in a game...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 12,650 reads 36 comments

  11. David Stern Reportedly Won't Attend All-Star Game

    The NBA All-Star Game is right around the corner. But one person who isn't expected to be in attendance is David Stern . Stern, the NBA's longtime commissioner, is slated to relinquish his post on Feb...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 4,348 reads 10 comments

  12. Scott Brooks Will Coach Western Conference All-Stars

    When Kevin Durant shows up for the NBA All-Star Game, he'll find a familiar face on the bench—head coach Scott Brooks. With the Portland Trail Blazers loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Jan...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 651 reads 2 comments

  13. Houston Rockets Can't Win a Title, but Can Mess Up NBA Playoffs

    If the Houston Rockets have proven anything this season, it's that they're good enough to knock off anybody when they're rolling. That makes them incredibly dangerous when it comes time for the postseason...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 3,204 reads 24 comments

  14. Anthony Bennett Shows Signs of Life in Career-Best Game

    Not much has gone right for Anthony Bennett since the Cleveland Cavaliers selected him with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 152,378 reads 300 comments

  15. Lakers Honor Late Owner Jerry Buss with Bobblehead

    It's been nearly a year since the Los Angeles Lakers lost their iconic owner, Dr. Jerry Buss, to cancer...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 10,061 reads 12 comments

  16. Breaking Down Damian Lillard's All-Star Chances

    Damian Lillard took the NBA by storm last season, making an immediate impact with the Portland Trail Blazers and garnering the Rookie of the Year award. One thing he didn't accomplish, though, was earn a spot in the All-Star Game...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 2,155 reads 5 comments

  17. Are DeMarcus Cousins' and Rudy Gay's Injuries Blessings in Disguise?

    The Sacramento Kings have been playing much better since acquiring Rudy Gay from the Toronto Raptors in December...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 6,162 reads 27 comments

  18. Breaking Down Carmelo Anthony's Historic 62-Point Performance by the Numbers

    In case you missed it, the New York Knicks ' Carmelo Anthony is one of the NBA 's premier scorers. He led the NBA in scoring average last season and has finished in the top five in six of his nine NBA seasons...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 3,328 reads 18 comments

  19. What We Learned About Sacramento Kings During Season's First Half

    There's actually light at the end of the tunnel for the Sacramento Kings. Those who have followed the team for years felt things were heading in the right direction...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 812 reads 1 comments

  20. Can Sacramento Kings' Marcus Thornton Break out of Serious Slump?

    Since coming to the Sacramento Kings in a midseason trade during the 2010-11 season, Marcus Thornton , if nothing else, could be counted on the put the ball in the basket. Regardless of his role, the guard was a consistent scorer...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 11 months ago 2,791 reads 23 comments

  21. Final First-Half Player Power Rankings for Sacramento Kings

    It's safe to say the season for the Sacramento Kings hasn't gone as expected. That's saying something for a team that has missed the playoffs for seven straight years and was predicted to extend the streak to eight...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 12 months ago 1,255 reads 1 comments

  22. Despite Stumbles, Sacramento Kings Are Headed in Right Direction with New Owners

    It's been a long, treacherous and painful road for the Sacramento Kings since the team last made the playoffs. The franchise has endured seven consecutive losing seasons and looks well on its way to extending the streak to eight...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 12 months ago 4,433 reads 11 comments

  23. Year-End Grades for Every Key Sacramento Kings Player

    The calendar year of 2013 may be coming to a close, but the 2013-14 NBA season is in full swing. That includes the new-look Sacramento Kings , who have had an eventful year both on and off the court...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 12 months ago 3,803 reads 17 comments

  24. How Sacramento Kings' New Front Line Will Work

    When the Sacramento Kings added Rudy Gay to their team via trade, they got the type of proven wing player not seen since the days of Ron Artest (now Metta World Peace)...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 1 year ago 2,860 reads 18 comments

  25. Why Sacramento Kings Keep Blowing Close Games

    It's been the same story for the Sacramento Kings in virtually every game this season. They get within striking distance in the waning moments of contests only to come up short...

    Sim Risso Written by Sim Risso about 1 year ago 1,748 reads 11 comments