Take a quick trip through Thursday night's action around the Association in The Fast Break.
Check out the top five Plays from Thursday's action in the Association.
These 15 players are simply too good never to have been named to an All-Star team.
San Antonio Spurs power forward LaMarcus Aldridge recently shut down his social media accounts, and this was an extremely crafty move.
Kobe Bryant played his final road game against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday night. After falling 120-111 Bryant took off his shoes signed them and gave them to LeBron James. Two days earlier LeBron recalled his favorite memory of Bryant who gave then-high schooler James a pair of his shoes all the way back in 2002.
The Milwaukee Bucks have a bright future with players like Michael Carter-Williams, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Greg Monroe. One player that has All-Star potential is Khris Middleton.
The Charlotte Hornets have a real chance to make the playoffs, and Marvin Williams could be the difference in getting them there.
LeBron James is a strong dude and if you don’t position your hands correctly to catch his passes he can break your fingers pretty easily. Sometimes your hands just aren’t quick enough to get to the ball and other body parts can be damaged. Just ask Los Angeles Lakers point guard D’Angelo Russell who learned about LeBron’s strength the hard way.
On Wednesday the Phoenix Suns lost their ninth straight game. Not a surprise when considering their opponent the Golden State Warriors just posted the best pre-All-Star break winning percentage of all time. More surprising (but not that much more surprising) is that a fight broke out on the bench between power forward Markieff Morris and guard Archie Goodwin.
Enes Kanter was a star last year after being traded to the Thunder from Utah, but has not seen the court nearly as much this season.