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article July 17, 2017

10 Athletes Who Got Better With Age

On Sunday, Roger Federer, at age 35, became the oldest Wimbledon winner (male or female) in 108 years. Inspired by his performance, here's a look at some of the greatest performances from athletes in the twilight of their careers. More»
sports-reality-tv article July 14, 2017

Sports Reality TV Shows We Need

Recently, Facebook reportedly picked up the rights to a reality series that will follow Lonzo, LiAngelo, LaMelo and of course LaVar Ball. It got us thinking about 10 other sports reality series concepts that we want to see happen. More»
ManningESPYs article July 13, 2017

7 Best Moments From the 2017 ESPYS

Peyton Manning cracked a Kevin Durant joke, Bill Murray celebrated, Julian Edelman threw shade, Vin Scully showed up ... overall, it was a fun-filled night at the ESPY Awards. Here are the highlights. More»
Warriors-FA-1 article July 10, 2017

Warriors Will Make NBA Great Again

Something unexpected happened this offseason in the NBA. Instead of the rest of the league choosing to wait out the Warriors' dynasty, teams in the West forged ahead and decided to meet Golden State's challenge head on. More»
Hayward-1 article July 5, 2017

Hayward Bound For Boston

After meeting with Miami, Boston and Utah in free agency and spending the entire 4th of July deliberating, Gordon Hayward announced his decision to sign a four-year, $128 million deal to join the Celtics. Here, we break it down. More»
GettyImages-630921536 article July 3, 2017

Winners & Losers of NBA Free Agency

The Sixers and Thunder made splashes, the Warriors kept their core, the Clippers lost some stars and the Knicks lost a Zen Master. So which NBA teams and players are the winners and losers of the early offseason madness after the first weekend of free agency? More»
PaulGeorge-Thunder article July 1, 2017

By George! Thunder's Big Paul Haul

Sam Presti and the Oklahoma City Thunder shocked the NBA world late Friday night, acquiring the prize of the offseason, Paul George, for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis. Here are three takeaways from the blockbuster deal. More»
NBA-FreeAgents-1 article June 30, 2017

Big Shots: Top 30 NBA Free Agents

Let's make some deals. The NBA free agency season unofficially started with the blockbuster trade of Chris Paul to Houston on Wednesday, but when the clock hits midnight this Saturday (July 1), the proceedings will commence for real. More»
GettyImages-667057332 article June 28, 2017

Paul Launches Rockets To New Heights

The first major domino of 2017 NBA free agency fell on Wednesday, as Chris Paul opted into the final year of his contract that will pay him $24.2 million next season, allowing the Clippers to trade him to the Rockets, where he'll team up with James Harden. More»
GettyImages-654237298 article June 27, 2017

NBA Awards End Season In Style

The first annual NBA awards show was held in New York on Monday. The two-hour event was brisk and managed to produce some wonderful and heart-wrenching moments. Here are the highlights, including league MVP Russell Westbrook. More»
NBA-Draft-2017 article June 23, 2017

Winners & Losers of the '17 NBA Draft

The picks are in, but the drama may just be getting started. The 2017 NBA Draft took place in Brooklyn on Thursday night, with Markelle Fultz going to the 76ers at No. 1 and Lonzo Ball to the Lakers at No. 2. Let's look at what's coming next. More»
GettyImages-664435562 article June 23, 2017

Butler Makes Wolves Playoff-Ready

The Bulls parted ways with Jimmy Butler on Thursday's draft night, trading him and the 16th pick to Minnesota for Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn and the selection of Lauri Markkanen. Here are three takeaways from the first blockbuster trade of the evening: More»
Russell-Lakers-1 article June 21, 2017

Movers & Lakers: L.A.'s Next Play

On Tuesday, Adrian Wojnarowski reported the Lakers will be trading Timofey Mozgov and D'Angelo Russell for Brook Lopez and the 27th pick in Thursday's draft. It looks as if L.A. is ready to make a bigger move -- back to relevance. More»
DavidGriffin-Cavs article June 20, 2017

Griffin Done In Cavs' Exec Shakeup

Days before the draft, and less than two weeks before free agency season opens, Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert took everyone by surprise by letting David Griffin walk. Here are three revelations from the stunning turn of events. More»
NBA-MockDraft article June 20, 2017

NBA Mock Draft: Best Case/Worst Case

The NBA Draft is almost here, with a blockbuster trade already in the books between the Sixers and Celtics. Time to mock things up to see how things may shake out on Thursday, along with possible comps for each potential lottery pick. More»
LaVarLonzo-1 article June 18, 2017

LaVar Ball: Father of the Year?

Just days away from the 2017 NBA Draft, the entire basketball world has its focus on LaVar and Lonzo Ball. You can criticize LaVar all you want for being an overbearing dad, but there's no question he loves his son, who could be a game-changer. More»
SixersCeltics1 article June 18, 2017

Real Deal! Celtics-Sixers Swap Picks

The NBA Draft is still a few days away, but the wheeling and dealing has already begun. According to several reports, the Celtics have agreed to a trade that will send the No. 1 overall pick in Thursday's draft to the Sixers. More»
LeBronPostFinals article June 13, 2017

Can the King Get Back The Crown?

After losing to the Warriors in the NBA Finals for the second time in three seasons, the Cavaliers head into the offseason knowing that their best was not good enough. For LeBron James, there are some doubts he wants to address. More»
WarriorsWinPanel article June 13, 2017

Golden Age: Warriors Conquer Cavs

The Warriors may not have been perfect in the playoffs. But, in the end, that didn't matter. They are champs once again after beating the Cavaliers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. And, the scary thing is, Golden State could just be getting started. More»
BestFinalsPlays article June 10, 2017

Best NBA Finals Plays of All-Time

In Friday's Game 4 NBA Finals win over the Golden State Warriors, LeBron James threw an alley-oop to himself in the third quarter, a play normally reserved for All-Star Games or dunk contests. Where does it stand among all-time Finals plays? More»

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