Kyrie Irving is obviously very talented, and but this spin move to get open for a jump shot taught a Boston Celtics player not to be overly aggressive when closing out.
Dwyane Wade is nearing the end of a great NBA career, but his dunk against the Charlotte Hornets on Friday night brought back memories of his high-flying prime.
— NBA TV (@NBATV) February 4, 2016
The Golden State Warriors recently visited the White House to be acknowledged for their 2014-15 NBA championship. As you may know, President Obama is a huge fan of basketball, and especially his beloved Chicago Bulls. While introducing the team, President Obama joked that he was in the presence of one member of the greatest team in basketball history with Steve Kerr on stage. The Warriors head coach was a member of the 1995-96 Bulls team that many think of as the greatest team of all time.
The Miami Heat’s biggest weakness has come in the form of shooting, but that could be about to change.
Aaron Gordon is part of the future with the Orlando Magic, but they need to prepare him to be their star with more playing time.
Kobe Bryant got his revenge on Ryan Anderson's dunk by nailing a dagger three which looked like the Kobe we've all come to know. Keep doin' you, Mamba.
Kobe got dunked on by….Ryan Anderson pic.twitter.com/9rZ0miQXMp
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) February 5, 2016
Although Kobe would get the last laugh with the win, his second great performance and the Lakers notched back-to-back wins for just the second time this season, that doesn't stop this Ryan Anderson dunk from being any less disrespectful. The Mamba is in a retirement year, man, let him go out with his dignity still in tact.
SERGE IBLOCKA GAME SAVER KEVIN DURANT GAME WINNER pic.twitter.com/MoiPeWJlHg
— Rob Perezingis (@World_Wide_Wob) February 4, 2016
In a matter of 18 seconds, the Oklahoma City Thunder crushed the Orlando Magic's dreams on Wednesday night. Serge Ibaka came through with the clutch rejection of Victor Oladipo, and Kevin Durant subsequently crossed Tobias Harris over prior to nailing the game-winning jumper from downtown.
The Los Angeles Clippers are reportedly willing to move Blake Griffin if it means they ultimately land Kevin Durant.
The Boston Celtics desperately need some frontcourt help, and they are reportedly interested in acquiring Dwight Howard from the Houston Rockets.