I am fired up for Warriors-Thunder Game 4, more so than I have been for an NBA game in years. And you should be, too.
Draymond Green is telling the truth about one thing. The NBA has become a league of flailing arms and legs.
In a league of thin talent margin and exhaustive scouting, second-round draft picks rarely become stars. But Draymond Green has.
It’s shocking that no NBA most valuable player ever has received every vote. But to vote for someone other than Curry this year would be ludicrous.
As he attempts a comeback, let’s go ahead and ask the question: Is Tim Lincecum a Baseball Hall of Famer?
This year, the players do the drafting. Here's my first-round mockery.
In the Warriors' game against the Rockets tonight, there may be more attention paid to the setting of screens than ever before in an NBA game.
All week long, the Warriors have been talking about the magic of 73 wins. So why is the 1906 Chicago Cubs’ 116-win season so obscure?
The Elsie Allen principal wanted to talk to me about the incident -- and she had a letter to show me.
I know one person who wasn’t in any way surprised by the recent Peyton Manning story. He’s an old friend of mine. And he insists Manning is a jackass.