Danny Granger Will Make Los Angeles Clippers Worse

Brian Spurlock-USATODAY Sports

On Friday afternoon, Danny Granger is expected to clear waivers, then he will sign with the Los Angeles Clippers. Granger has already spoken with Clippers head coach Doc Rivers and informed him of his decision to sign with Los Angeles for the […]

Kendrick Perkins’ Injury Hurting Oklahoma City Thunder, Not Russell Westbrook

Cary Edmondson-USATODAY Sports

The Oklahoma City Thunder have dropped three straight games after the All-Star break, all at home, marking the first three-game home losing streak for the Thunder since 2009. A lot of the focus is on the return of Russell Westbrook […]

Memphis Grizzlies’ Poor Three-Point Defense Is Major Problem

Justin Ford-USATODAY Sports

The Memphis Grizzlies are in the middle of an intense and hard-fought playoff race with the Dallas Mavericks, Golden State Warriors and Phoenix Suns for the final three spots in the Western Conference. This is a place that Memphis never envisioned on being […]

Beno Udrih Will Be A Difference Maker for Memphis Grizzlies

Beno Udrih-USATODAY Sports

The Memphis Grizzlies have claimed Beno Udrih off of waivers according to Marc Stein of ESPN. The 31-year-old point guard was a target of the Grizzlies this offseason, before Udrih decided to sign with the New York Knicks. The Grizzlies […]

Jimmer Fredette Would Complete Memphis Grizzlies’ Roster

Kelley L. Cox-USATODAY Sports

The Sacramento Kings are currently in the process of buying out third-year guard Jimmer Fredette. This is an odd decision to make regarding such a young player; not buying him out isn’t going to cost them a lot of money, […]

Memphis Grizzlies Will Regret Not Trading Ed Davis

Brace Hemmelgarn-USATODAY Sports

When this year’s NBA trade deadline was approaching, the Memphis Grizzlies were focused on getting an upgrade at the small forward position, and adding point guard depth. Memphis let the deadline come and go without making a move, and part […]

Houston Rockets’ Dwight Howard Is Back To Playing Like Dwight Howard

Joe Camporeale-USATODAY Sports

It has been almost two seasons since we have seen Dwight Howard play up to his potential with consistency. During his one season with the Los Angeles Lakers last year, Howard was a shell of himself. Sure, he averaged 17.1 PPG […]

Kevin Love’s Legacy Is Being Hindered By Minnesota Timberwolves

Chris Nicoll-USATODAY Sports

You can’t really blame Kevin Love if he hates LeBron James or Kevin Durant; I’m not saying he does, just that you couldn’t blame him if he did. Why, you ask? Love is having a historically great season, and he […]

Brooklyn Nets Close To Making Jason Collins First Openly Gay NBA Player

Mark J. Rebilas-USATODAY Sports

The Brooklyn Nets had their hopes set on making a big splash in the Eastern Conference this season and pushing the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers for the top spot in the conference. They never anticipated that adding five new […]

Jason Terry’s Season Over; Stint With Sacramento Kings May Be Too

Brad Penner-USATODAY Sports

Jason Terry was traded from the Brooklyn Nets to the Sacramento Kings two days ago, and after being a King for two days, he is now out for the season. Terry has decided to take the remainder of the season […]

Memphis Grizzlies New 6th Man Brings Havoc

Justin Ford-USATODAY Sports

Last night Tony Allen returned to action for the Memphis Grizzlies after missing 21-straight games with an injured hand. The wait for Memphis fans to see the Grindfather back in action was much anticipated — even more so after trade […]

NBA Trade Deadline: Los Angeles Lakers Trade Steve Blake, Who’s Next?

Tim Fuller-USATODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Lakers started their attempt to get under the luxury-tax for this season late on Wednesday evening. With only mere hours before the Feb. 20 trade deadline, the Lakers traded Steve Blake to the Golden State Warriors for […]