• Denver Nuggets go young, blow out Dallas Mavericks 109-91

    The Denver Nuggets were in Dallas to face the Mavericks in what was the first game of the season that had no bearing on them making the playoffs. That meant heavy minutes for Jamal Murray, Juancho Hernangomez and Malik Beasley and they did not disappoint. Beasley had what was by far his best performance of the season and the Nuggets delivered an even team effort overall to put away the Mavericks early and never look back. Despite enlisting the services of Tony Romo, the Mavs were no match and would lose this one 109-91.

  • Horford explains why he left Hawks for Celtics

    At his introductory news conference with the Celtics, center Al Horford was understandably excited about the new opportunity and NBA world ahead of him in Boston. That said, though, Horford was leaving the only NBA team he’d known — the Atlanta Hawks. Why did Horford decide to stay in the Eastern Conference? What led him to make his decision? What were his thoughts on Atlanta? In an interview with Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Horford answered those questions and more:

  • 'NBA 2K17' News: First Official In-Game Screenshot Of Jimmy Butler

    Jimmy “G” Buckets (the “G” stands for gets) is next in line to have his virtual picture taken for NBA 2K17.

  • 120 Kings, 89 Mavericks: Sacramento tramples hobbled Mavs

    A 29-12 third quarter gave the Kings a lead they’d never relinquish against the injury-riddled Mavericks.

    In a game that seemed prime for a KANGZ moment, Sacramento saw the talent disparity between themselves and the Mavericks, developed a comfortable second half lead, and… never KANGZed it up.

    Starting against the likes of Salah Mejri and Dorian Finney-Smith, DeMarcus Cousins and Sacramento (8-13) took advantage of Dallas’ lack of size (and talent) in the post; Cousins finished with a team high 24 points to go with 14 rebounds and seven assists, and the Kings scored 68 points in the paint (41 in the first half).

  • 2016 NBA Players' Association Awards: Stephen Curry wins MVP, Clutch Performer

    The second edition of the NBPA Players' Awards is in the books (or Twitter as times require), and the big winner was Stephen Curry.

  • 2016 NBA schedule: Cavaliers - Knicks, Warriors - Spurs headline opening night

    The NBA has the full slate for Opening Day set. Action will kick off on Oct. 25, featuring some of the best teams the league has to offer on a three-game slate that will have something for everyone. Not only contenders will be on display but also young teams looking to join that status.

  • 2017 NBA Playoffs: Grizzlies fight back but fall to Spurs 96-82

    Great effort is not rewarded as Memphis loses their legs and falls to 0-2 in the series.

    The Memphis Grizzlies showed the grit that led their city to fall in love with them as they clawed their way back from a 26-point deficit in the second quarter. They got the Spurs advantage down to four points with 10 minutes left in the final frame, but San Antonio finished the game strong while the exhausted Grizzlies failed to complete the potentially miraculous comeback. Memphis lost 96-82 and they now trail the Spurs 0-2 in their best-of-seven game first round series in the 2017 NBA Playoffs.

  • 3 things as Mavs ride tidal wave of emotion to rout Lakers, 122-111

    This one definitely felt different.

    The Dallas Mavericks have won three games in a row, and 5 of their last 6. They will continue to face a fairly soft schedule for the remainder of the home stand. Tuesday, the Mavs rudely hosted the Lakers, resulting in a shellacking similar to the one doled out January 22nd(also in Texas).

    DIRK. 30,000.

  • 3 things as the Mavs streak past Miami, 96-89

    A fun night in Dallas ends with a statement victory for the young core now in place.

    The Dallas Mavericks hosted the Miami Heat Monday night, and after stumbling out of the gate, the home team rebounded to take control of things for most of the second and third quarters. When the Heat surged in front late, the youthful Mavs had the answer once more, storming ahead in the final two minutes to claim the “W”.

  • 3 things from the Mavs’ excruciating win over the Trail Blazers

    Dallas squeaks by Portland after nearly blowing a 25-point lead.

    For two quarters of basketball, the Mavericks looked like a playoff team with beautiful ball movement and stifling defense. For another two quarters, Dallas looked like they were trying to catch water with their hands. Such is life for a 8-21 ball club, but the Mavericks got it done in crunch time against the Blazers.

    Dallas blitzed the Blazers in the first half by building a 25-point lead. J.J. Barea got into the game and caused the havoc that we’re accustomed to seeing. Unfortunately, he had to leave the game with Achilles soreness, which seems to be a virus for this team.

  • 30 Teams in 30 Days: Rockets make contending top focus

    Since the Cavaliers won their first NBA title back on June 19, NBA teams have undergone a number of changes over the long summer offseason.

  • 35-year-old shooter joins team with the highest of expectations

    Steve Kerr has continued to reshape the Warriors coaching staff after losing two top assistants the past two years to head coaching jobs, Luke Walton to the Lakers and Alvin Gentry to the Pelicans.

  • 4 things we learned as the Mavericks handle the Thunder, 104-89

    Dallas surprises Oklahoma City on national television, behind the heroics of Seth Curry and everyone’s favorite German.

    I’m not gonna lie, I thought this game would be a blowout. You know. National TV, facing Russell Westbrook, etc. etc. Well.....I wasn’t wrong?

    Despite a rough start to the first quarter, the Mavericks slowly built a lead that got to a comfortable 20+ points, allowing them to coast through much of the second half. Seth Curry had 22 points on 10/16 (62.5 percent!) shooting, and Dirk was Dirking all over the place with 18 points on 8/17 shooting (47.1 percent!) and 12 rebounds.

  • 5 eye-popping facts from the Warriors’ beatdown of the Lakers

    The Warriors hung 149 points on the Lakers, and that wasn’t even the best part.

    The Golden State Warriors beat the L.A. Lakers 149-106 on Wednesday. That score is an eyebrow-raiser because 149 is nowhere near 106 on the number line, which means that there was no overtime and there was probably gobs of garbage time. Both of these facts are true. The Warriors scored 149 points in 48 minutes, with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green all sitting out the fourth.

  • 5 things from the Mavericks 103-95 win against the Knicks

    Dallas stays hot after dispatching New York in a back-and-forth thriller

    The Mavs are bad but they are making a habit of beating bad teams lately. Dallas did it again Wednesday night, taking down an also-bad New York team 103-95 on Tuesday night.

    It was pretty obvious Carmelo Anthony was ticked off about the news that came out earlier in the day about the Knicks talking to the Cavaliers about swapping Melo for Kevin Love. Melo played mad all night and single-handedly kept New York in it.

  • 76ers win a game before December for the first time since 2013

    They last won a game in November or December 1,085 days ago!

    The Philadelphia 76ers have been a terrible team by design for several years. As such, they were the owners of one of the saddest streaks in NBA history: They hadn’t won an NBA game in October or November since 2013.

  • A Filipino player gets to go to Stephen Curry's basketball camp after blocking his 3-pointer

    Whenever Stephen Curry shoots a three, it usually goes in. That’s the law of the universe that wrought his ridiculous season last year. Not so much during a scrimmage on Tuesday in Taiwan. Gian Mamuyac, who plays for the Philippines’ U-17 national team, managed to block Curry’s potential buzzer-beating three.

  • A ridiculous number of NBA records were broken in the 2016-17 season

    Triple-doubles, three-pointers, and a 70-point game. NBA offenses shattered records all over the place this year.

    For a year once thought to be a foregone conclusion—that the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors would barrel through the other 28 teams on the way to the finals — this season has brought about some of the most inconceivable moments the NBA has ever seen.

  • Aces rout Elite, 109 to 95, seize share of early lead

    THE rampage continued for Alaska as it cruised its way to its second straight win, routing Blackwater, 109-95, to gain a share of the early lead in the 2017 Philippine Basketball Association Commissioner’s Cup last night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

    Once again strutting his wares, Cory Jefferson paced the Aces with another solid double-double production of 28 points and 15 rebounds, totally outplaying his counterpart Greg Smith.

  • Adamson past UP in UAAP debut

    Rookie Jerrick Ahanmisi exploded for 28 points in his debut as the Adamson Soaring Falcons held off a late rally by the UP Fighting Maroons, 104-85, to open the UAAP Season 79 basketball tournament on Sunday at SMART-Araneta Coliseum.