Just a little more than three weeks are left in the 2011-12 NBA season. Teams are trying to improve their playoff seedings and stay healthy as the postseason approaches. Here’s what’s happening in the NBA this week:
It seems like the Clippers' Blake Griffin continually raises the bar as it pertains to his throwdown dunks. Earlier in the season Griffin literally threw one down over Oklahoma City's Kendrick Perkins. Last night in a 103-86 win over Phoenix, Griffin made Channing Frye his latest victim.
NGAAAHHH! You might have heard that Charles Barkley is doing Weight Watchers for...um...men. Courtesy of Weight Watchers, here's something that might get you to wonder. Not about losing weight, just about what science fiction movie you saw this creature in. I'm thinking "
Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Court documents show former NBA star Dennis Rodman, 50, owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in back child support and alimony — but is unable to pay it because he’s now broke.
Magic Johnson and his group of investors were awarded the struggling Los Angeles Dodgers late Tuesday night. It’s the latest business investment in Johnson’s post-retirement portfolio and comes at a pretty hefty sum of $2 billion.
NBA teams have fewer than 20 games remaining in their 2011-12 seasons. Only the Atlantic and Pacific division races are still close, while the Chicago Bulls are the lone team to clinch a playoff spot thus far. Here’s what’s happening in the NBA this week:
Last night former St. John's, Golden State Warrior, and Indiana Pacer great Chris Mullin joined very elite company. Mullin become only the sixth Warrior to have his jersey retired. That's no small feat considering the franchise dates back to the early days of the NBA
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