Tim Duncan has officially retired after 19 NBA seasons
By Alexandria Cannon
After the 2016 NBA season, this upcoming season will not be the same. Noticeable names will be gone, as well as high profile players who will be on different teams. One noticeable face and name that will be a spectator is power forward Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs.
Since drafting Duncan in 1997, the Spurs posted a 1,072-438 regular-season record, the best 19-year stretch in NBA history, and tops in the four major US sports over the past 19 years. Continue reading →
Chris Robinson catches up with NBA star Jason Terry of the Brooklyn Nets inside of the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas, Nevada. Hear what Terry had to say about checking out Floyd Mayweather’s training for Saul Alvarez, how he met Floyd and stayed in touch, his role with the Brooklyn Nets heading into the 2013-2014 NBA season, and more Continue reading →
Earlier tonight at the American Airlines Center in South Florida, the defending NBA champion Miami Heat capped off an incredible comeback with a stirring 103-100 victory in overtime over the San Antonio Spurs.
The Heat were down by double-digits in the 4th quarter but their team captain Lebron James helped to rally the team. An incredible 3-pointer by Ray Allen near the end of regulation helped to send the game into overtime. Check out the play above. Continue reading →
One of the greatest owners in sports history, Dr. Jerry Buss, has died at the age of 80, according to a report from the New York Times on Monday, Feb. 18. The legendary owner of the Los Angeles Lakers lost his battle with Cancer at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center early this morning.
The Buss family confirmed his death and released a statement.
“We not only have lost our cherished father, but a beloved man of our community and a person respected by the world basketball community,” the statement would read.
“It was our father’s often stated desire and expectation that the Lakers remain in the Buss family. The Lakers have been our lives as well and we will honor his wish and do everything in our power to continue his unparalleled legacy.” Continue reading →
The Oklahoma City Thunder (34-11) had won nine of their previous 11 meetings with the Los Angeles Lakers before Sunday afternoon’s game inside of Staples Center on Sunday afternoon.
Playing with a better defensive effort and positive energy, the Lakers were competitive throughout today’s contest, pulling away in the fourth quarter for a 105-96 victory.
Led by their leader Kobe Bryant, who chipped in 21 points and 14 assists, the Lakers improved their record to 19-25 as they desperately claw for a playoff spot before the end of the season. Continue reading →