Six Fouls Podcast | How Impressive Is This LeBron Title Run?

In our first podcast addition to the site, we discuss the supporting cast around LeBron James and how good this run to the NBA Finals really might be.

Wait ‘Til Next Year | Washington Wizards


It was a heartbreaking way to end your season but there’s a lot to like about the future in Washington.

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Wait ‘Til Next Year | Chicago Bulls


There may not be a next year for Tom Thibodeau in Chicago.

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Dwane Casey Back For Another Season


That number five Raptors coach Dwane Casey is holding up can now mean he’s back for a fifth season in Toronto.

And while some may be happy to keep a coach who’s helped lead this team to back-to-back playoff appearances they should also realize their ceiling has already been reached and next season probably won’t be any better.

In fact, it’ll probably be worse.

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J.R. Smith Issues Apology


Not the player I want to be not the player I want my teammates an family to see not the person I want the fans to see but I will be better! I must be better as a player an as a Person! #TheLand

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LeBron Hits Ridiculous Shot In Practice

This shot is so insane it doesn’t even look real

“They Can’t Guard Me”

Jimmy Butler was mic’d up during Chicago’s Game two win over Milwaukee Monday night. The end of the video shows Butler walking over to coach Tom Thibodeau saying “They can’t guard me.”

And after two games in this series, it’s quite clear that they can’t.

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Andrew Wiggins, Your 2014-15 NBA Rookie Of The Year

Minnesota Timberwolves rookie Andrew Wiggins impresses with an emphatic dunk over New Orleans Pelicans center Omer Asik.

Like Elfrid Payton to some extent, something has clicked for T’Wolves rookie Andrew Wiggins. Through the first 26 games of his rookie campaign Continue reading


Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers hit some ridiculous shots to pull away with a big win in San Antonio tonight.

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Amar’e Calls Out Mavericks

Amar’e Stoudemire calls out the Mavericks after getting blown out by the Cavaliers at home 127-94.

STAT is a leader, he was during his time in New York, so it should come as no surprise if he voices his displeasure in the locker room.

But come on, Amar’e. I can’t take you seriously when you’re wearing that outfit and you’re one white glove away from being a Michael Jackson imposter.