- Matt Winer introduces us to Devin Booker's biggest fan, 17 year old season ticker holder Jenna Warren.Jenna and her family have become close with Booker, in fact she accompanied him to last year's NBA Draft Lottery as the Suns good luck charm. As we find out, there is a very personal reason Booker was so drawn to Jenna.
- Almost 17 years after Bobby Phills was killed in a car accident after practice in Charlotte, we update how the family is doing.Kendall Phills tells the story of what happened, how the family persevered and we see how well the kids have turned out.Trey Phills is a So.G at Yale & sister Kerstie is a Fr.G at Wagner College.
- LeBron: 'Honeymoon stage is over' | Nets' offer sheet for Motiejunas has back-out options | Season could start earlier next year | Return date is up to Jackson
- Dwyane Wade shows his dribbling skills in the corner and hits the step-back three.
- Catch up on all the action from around the league in Friday's edition of The Fast Break.
- Check out all the best slams and throw downs from Friday night around the NBA.
- Grant Hill heads to Los Angeles to challenge a couple of young Lakers-- Brandon Ingram and Larry Nance, Jr -- to a game of knockout
- The GameTime crew look ahead to Saturday night to preview the matchup between the Nuggets and the Jazz.
- On the Pelicans' break, Anthony Davis gets the smooth behind-the-back assist to E'Twaun Moore for the slam.
- Dwyane Wade speaks with the media following the Bulls' victory over Cleveland.
- Rajon Rondo scores 15 points, grabs 11 rebounds and hands out 12 assists versus the defending champs on Friday night.
- Kawhi Leonard gets the inbound pass at the top of the key and knocks down the jumper to give the Spurs the lead with seconds to go.
- Blake Griffin posts a double double of 27 points and 13 rebounds as the Clippers cruise past the Pelicans.
- Warriors coach Steve Kerr made a surprising admission Friday that he recently smoked marijuana, which normally might draw some sort of unwanted attention from the league office, but this is a unique case.
- “Stan has to become a much better worker and learner,” Pistons president-coach Stan Van Gundy said Friday before Detroit’s game against the Atlanta Hawks (8 p.m., FSD).
“He just does. He’s a great competitor — if you put him on the floor, he’s going to work really, really hard. But he’s got to get better at [...]
- Long before he received a flagrant-1 foul in the Warriors’ double-overtime loss to Houston on Thursday night, Draymond Green was flailing his leg to draw fouls.
“Draymond’s been doing this since college,” Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said Friday. “I never saw him play in high school, but maybe he’s been doing this since high school.”
- NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Clippers coach Doc Rivers says J.J. Redick won't play Friday night against the New Orleans Pelicans so the veteran shooting guard can rest.
- Jodie Meeks made his Orlando Magic debut Friday night, giving hope to an offense that ranked last in the NBA in points per possession and last in 3-point shooting percentage.
Coach Frank Vogel subbed Meeks into the Magic’s game against the Philadelphia 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center at the start of the second quarter.
Vogel expected [...]
- The GameTime crew talks about teams new trend of shooting more and more three point shots.
- Chris Paul talks about the progress of the LA Clippers.
- Houston Rockets General Manager, Daryl Morey sits down to talk Rockets basketball.
- We all know LeBron James is a gracious winner and now we can call him a gracious loser as well. Or maybe a "lovable loser," a term that Cubs fans once knew all too well.
- Sam Dekker hauls in the long outlet pass and finishes on the fast break with a slam.
- Monrtezl Harrell rises at the rim to make the stop for a big block.
- James Harden takes the errant pass down the court on the break for an easy dunk.
- Kenneth Faried streaks down the court and throws down a one-handed slam on the ally-oop lob.
- Eric Gordon goes coast-to-coast to beat the buzzer with a lay-in.
- John Wall comes up with the steal and pushes the ball up the court and lays it off to Bradley Beal for the dunk.
- Anthony Davis brings the ball down the court and dishes to E'Twaun Moore for the slam on the break.
- Isaiah Thomas shows no fear as he drives on the bigger defender, drawing the foul and hitting the shot for the and-1 opportunity.
- Anthony Davis comes uses a screen at the elbow to create space and knock down the jumper on the drive.
- Derrick Rose finds Kyle O'Quinn open in the paint and he finishes with an easy slam after faking his defender.
- Zach LaVine lobs it to Shabazz Muhammad in transition to tie the game up late.
- Rudy Gay rumbles through the lane for the slam.
- Ish Smith drives then spins around his defender for the layup.
- Kris Humphries drives through the lane and throws down the two-handed slam.
- Kyle Korver throws the good ball fake to create the space for the shot.
- Ersan Ilyasova passes to a cutting Richaun Holmes for the slam.
- Mindaugas Kuzminskas pump fakes on the wing and drives to the rim to explode for the one-handed slam.
- Hollis Thompson drives in for the lay-in but is denied by Serge Ibaka.
- Dwyane Wade creates some space before stepping back and hitting the three.
- Rajon Rondo throws the alley-oop to Jimmy Butler for the slam.
- James Harden and the Rockets ended the Warriors 12 game win streak in a double overtime thriller in Oakland 132-127.
- Jimmy Butler scores 26 points, grabs eight rebounds and hands out six assists to lead the Bulls past the Cavaliers, 111-105.
- Blake Griffin posts a double double of 27 points and 13 rebounds as the Clippers cruise past the Pelicans, 114-96.
- Kawhi Leonard knocks down a jumper with seconds left for two of his 23 points as the Spurs defeat the Wizards, 107-105.
- Aaron Gordon scores a team high, 20 points as the Orlando Magic beat the Philadelphia 76ers.
- Houston finishes with seven players scoring in double-digits lead by James Harden with 20 as the Rockets beat the Nuggets, 128-110.
- Carmelo Anthony scores 29 points to lead all scorers as the Knicks hang on to beat the Timberwolves, 118-114.
- Oklahoma City Blue center Dakari Johnson today was named the NBA Development League Player of the Month for games played in November.The honor, the first of the 2016-17 season, is also the first of Johnson’s NBA D-League career.
Johnson (7-0, Kentucky) led Oklahoma City to a 6-3 record behind averages of 19.7 points, 8.6 [...]
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