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James Harden

Houston Rockets – James Harden Can do it On His Own

Posted on 23 Nov, 2014, by in Basketball

Obviously missing Dwight Howard is a blow to the Houston Rockets, but they still have James Harden, who with all his flaws is one of those players who can win games almost single-handedly , leading his team to a 95-92 victory over the Dallas Mavericks with an impressive one man show in the closing minutes. More

Cleveland bench

Cleveland Cavaliers – LeBron James Doesn’t Trust His Teammates

Posted on 23 Nov, 2014, by in Basketball

Rock Bottom gets lower with each game as the Cleveland Cavaliers, with their trio of superstars in LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love, lose to the Toronto Raptors 110-93 at home, making it four consecutive losses and a new low point for a team that was highlighted as the best in the NBA when the season began. More

Jeremy Lin

Los Angeles Lakers – Jeremy Lin Better Than Kobe Bryant But it Doesn’t Matter

Posted on 22 Nov, 2014, by in Basketball

It seems the most important thing for Kobe Bryant this season is taking shots, hopefully scoring points while arguing about whether or not he deserves to be paid the way he is (he isn’t). Jeremy Lin, when he gets the opportunity, actually outplays the hall of famer, but it doesn’t matter with the Los Angeles Lakers crumbling on defense, losing 140-106 to the Dallas Mavericks. More

Wizards beat Cavaliers

Cleveland Cavaliers – LeBron James & Big Three Hit Rock Bottom

Posted on 22 Nov, 2014, by in Basketball

It’s a rough debut season for David Blatt in the NBA as his Cleveland Cavaliers lose for a third straight time, this time 91-78 to the Washington Wizards with LeBron James and Kevin Love looking especially offense on a team that suddenly can’t get anything to function for them, which might be causing some rifts between the stars and their head coach. More

Clippers beat Heat

2014-2015 NBA Season – Day 24 Scores & Standings

Posted on 21 Nov, 2014, by in Basketball

A dominant day for two California teams over two of the best from the East, as the Los Angeles Clippers manhandles the Miami Heat on the road with a 17-point win and the Sacramento Kings ended the Bulls’ perfect road form with a 15-point win. More

Creighton beat Oklahoma

Creighton Over Oklahoma – The First Real Ranked Upset of the Season

Posted on 20 Nov, 2014, by in Basketball

The Bluejays aren’t getting the love they did in the polls last season, but beating them at home is still incredibly difficult. Creighton pulled off the first big upset over a ranked team this season by beating Oklahoma (number 18) 65-63 in the loud and very difficult to play in CenturyLink Center. More

Kobe Bryant, Jeremy Lin, Nick Young

Los Angeles Lakers – Kobe Bryant Forgets Jeremy Lin is With Him

Posted on 20 Nov, 2014, by in Basketball

Not the best of games to be gentle from Jeremy Lin, playing against his former team, but that didn’t stop the Los Angeles Lakers, led by Kobe Bryant and eased … More

Bucks beat Nets

Bucks Over Nets – Brandon Knight Makes it More Complicated Than it Should Be

Posted on 20 Nov, 2014, by in Basketball

The Milwaukee Bucks are doing what they’re not supposed to do, which is win a lot of games, beating the Brooklyn Nets 122-118 on the road in a triple overtime game that had Brandon Knight having an unbelievable layup miss that almost cost his team the game, but also a clutch three pointer that kept them alive in the second overtime. More

Raptors beat Grizzlies

Raptors Over Grizzlies – Best in the East Beating the Best in the West

Posted on 20 Nov, 2014, by in Basketball

The game began with tears from Vince Cater due to a warm welcome from Toronto Raptors fans and ended in the same way, as the Memphis Grizzlies lost for only the second time this season, falling 92-96 on the road while five players were ruled out from the game due to a stomach virus. More

Spurs beat Cavaliers

Spurs Over Cavaliers – Some Things Take Time to Change

Posted on 20 Nov, 2014, by in Basketball

It’s a new/old team for LeBron James, but he still faces the same problems he had recently against the San Antonio Spurs, which includes crucial late turnovers, trouble with being guarded by Kawhi Leonard and more as the Cleveland Cavaliers lose 92-90 to the San Antonio Spurs, riding a very strong game from Tim Duncan and Boris Diaw. More