Larry Bird’s birthday was yesterday, and we celebrated with a couple highlight videos. Then, the NBA released this video today – and it’s too good not to share. It’s one thing to know Bird’s numbers. It’s another to see how spectacular of a scorer
LeBron James keeps his eyes on the prize. The Cleveland Cavaliers barely broke a sweat in dismantling the New York Knicks on Wednesday night, leading by double-figures for the entire second half and by as many as 34 as they cruised to their East-leading 15th victory of the season. With the game well in hand before the start of the fourth quarter, the Cavs’ top guns — LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson — spent the bulk of the final frame chilling on the bench, looking for something more interesting than garbage time to occupy their minds.
Jimmy Butler was in Milwaukee and hundreds of miles from his home of Tomball, Texas. “Unbelievable to me,” Butler said. A rough childhood, getting overlooked in recruiting, rising from junior college to top-shelf college basketball, climbing draft boards as a relatively unheralded prospect, carving out a role in the NBA, working his way into stardom.