The NBA is trying to force Clippers owner Don Sterling to sell the team after a racial rant to his gal pal V. Stiviano was leaked to the press. He’s digging in his heels. Sterling is despicable – but as far as owners go – the team could do worse. Here’s a list.
It wasn’t long ago that the Denver Nuggets were a perennial playoff team. For the team to get back to that level, one key may be point guard Ty Lawson elevating his game.
The NBA has brought the hammer down on the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers. It’s the dramatic fallout from the racist remarks made by Donald Sterling, and Denver Nuggets President and Governor Josh Kroenke supports the punishment.
Broncos defenseman Terrance Knighton says African-American players should reconsider playing for the Clippers and urged people to stop attending games.
Word on the street is that the big cheeses at the NCAA and NBA have agreed on a new age requirement for playing pro ball. NBA commissioner Adam Silver, who really doesn’t need the NCAA’s approval, is increasingly vocal on the matter.
University of Colorado Buffaloes basketball standout Spencer Dinwiddie says he will forego his senior year and declare himself eligible for the NBA draft.
There have been some reports out of the University of Colorado that star basketball player Spencer Dinwiddie might leave school to turn pro.
The player, college, and NBA have suffered greatly in quality of play and players. And for every Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett there has been a conga line of lost causes, teens who toiled in Europe or Asia or worse once their hoop dreams melted into memory.
The Nuggets are back in action on the hardcourt Tuesday night when they host the Suns at the Pepsi Center, but they still don’t have a point guard.
With the NBA Slam Dunk Contest coming up, we take a look at five classic dunks.