“I don’t think people realize really how that was. People think like, y’all gotta understand, it was five of us like 20 and under. So everybody is literally’we all at the starting point. We all right here. We at the starting point for the race of our careers. So everybody tryna get out the blocks,
In Memphis, the future is now. Ja Morant, the Memphis Grizzlies’ electric second-year point guard, has dazzled fans with his superb playmaking, delicate floaters, and furious, seemingly earth-shattering dunks thus far in the playoffs. Ja Morant first career playoffs: 30.2 PPG8.2 APG48.7 FG% That’s the highest ever PPG by a Grizzly in a single playoffs.
The NBPA x Five-Star Virtual Summer Basketball Camp, powered by NBA2K22, Champion Athleticwear & Proskills Basketball, has been announced for July 19-21. Five-Star and the NBPA joined forces in 2019 to continue bringing world class instruction and experiences to grassroots basketball. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the NBPA has been able to connect with over 2,000
It’s showtime for Michael Porter Jr., as the Denver Nuggets’ youngest star has emerged as a go-to player during the franchise’s most promising postseason journey since 2009. After teammate Jamal Murray suffered an unfortunate season-ending injury back in April, Porter’outspoken, confident and arguably the team’s most naturally gifted talent’knew he needed to step up. He
Jordan was like Jesus, SLAM was like the Bible... As J. Cole transitioned from up-and-coming rapper to full-blown vet, he came to a realization: staying sharp and fighting off complacency ain’t easy. Inspired by his love for basketball and his desire to remain on top of the game, the 36-year-old has been treating music like
Lakers’ superstar LeBron James could make his return either on Tuesday against the New York Knicks or on Wednesday against the Houston Rockets, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania. James injured his ankle in March against the Atlanta Hawks and missed 20 consecutive games, only to return on April 30 against the Sacramento Kings. While
Imitation is often the best form of flattery. And last spring, when the Showtime documentary Basketball County: In the Water’which focuses on Prince George’s County, Maryland men’s basketball’premiered, it inspired another documentary about women’s basketball in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Enter: Melanie Page, a North Carolina A&T State University alum, former basketball player, and