There were multiple Celtics players unhappy after Suns second-year guard Devin Booker dropped 70 points on them Friday night — and count former Suns Isaiah Thomas and Gerald Green among them. But Jae Crowder took to the comments section of the official NBA Instagram account to voice his displeasure. When the NBA posted a photo of the Suns celebrating Booker’s accomplishment, complete with Booker holding up a sheet of paper with “70” written on it, Crowder commented, “NEVER SEEN SO MANY GUYS HAPPY AFTER AN ‘L.’” Booker quickly fired back with “you can’t guard me.” Savage. Crowder then walked back his comment a bit: “I WAS TALKING BOUT THEM DUDES AROUND YOU. BUT ILL SEE U NEXT YR.!” OK, Jae. It’s
Here are 10 plays or moments from the Washington Wizards' 127-115 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena on Saturday night that are worth revisiting...1. John Wall was simply amazing on Saturday night and led the Wizards to victory with
The Los Angeles Lakers paid the ultimate tribute to one of their greatest players on Friday, celebrating the outsized contributions and outsized personality of center Shaquille O’Neal by unveiling a mammoth statue of the Hall of Famer that will join the other iconic figures standing outside Staples Center. Shaquille O’Neal will be dunking outside Staples Center forever.