• Father Who Shamed Son With Signs at NBA Games Defends the Stunt
    Inside Edition

    Father Who Shamed Son With Signs at NBA Games Defends the Stunt

    The father, attended a series of professional basketball games across the country, holding up signs with messages for his son, scolding him for a bad academic performance. Tommy, who asked that his last name not to be used, came front and center at Friday’s Cleveland Cavaliers/Charlotte Hornets game: "Thomas get your grades back up and next time you'll be here. “My signs were dedicated to an audience of one! Just my son," the father told Inside Edition.

  • The Wizards just ended the longest division title drought in U.S. sports
    Ball Don't Lie

    The Wizards just ended the longest division title drought in U.S. sports

    John Wall smiles and embraces former teammate Nick Young after the Wizards clinch the Southeast Division title. Beating the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night was a bit tougher than the Washington Wizards probably expected it to be.

  • This is how badly the Spurs want to prevent Steph Curry from shooting a 3
    SB Nation

    This is how badly the Spurs want to prevent Steph Curry from shooting a 3

    You think the Spurs are paying attention to Stephen Curry at the three-point line? Let’s slow that down again. They sent THREE players to stop Curry and left Zaza Pachulia all by himself. Welcome to the new NBA. Amazingly, this happens more than you’d think. I spotlighted this video from a Warriors-Thunder game last year. And it makes sense. Allowing a two is better than allowing a three.