Bogut out for the Year

06 Apr 2010 by Nathan in NBA 2009–2010 Season

Andrew Bogut had surgery on his right hand on Tuesday and will need six weeks before he can fully begin rehab.
Bogut has kept up good spirits throughout this unfortunate ordeal.

Josh Smith Records Triple-Double

06 Feb 2010 by Nathan in NBA 2010 News

Josh Smith hit 7-of-14 shots to record his second career triple-double with 18 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists, and added two steals and a block in Friday’s tough win over the Bulls. Smoove is feeling it again and should be primed for a big second half now that he has officially abandoned the 3-point […]

New Jersey Nets

15 Oct 2008 by O'Dell Isaac II in NBA,New Jersey Nets

The New Jersey Nets began their existence in the American Basketball Association (ABA) as the New Jersey Americans. They only spent one season (1967-68) under that name before becoming the New York Nets. The Nets moved to New Jersey in 1977, after they joined the NBA as part of the merger. The Nets now play […]

History of the NBA

05 Oct 2008 by O'Dell Isaac II in NBA,NBA History

When James Naismith invented the game of basketball at the Springfield, Mass. YMCA in 1891, he was simply looking for a distraction for his rowdy young charges, who were often stuck indoors due to the harshly cold Massachusetts winters. Little did he know that his creation would one day evolve into a globalized, multi-billion-dollar sensation […]

Golden State Warriors

05 Oct 2008 by O'Dell Isaac II in Golden State Warriors,NBA

Like many NBA teams, the Golden State Warriors are currently in a state of flux. The team, which is based in Oakland and plays its home games at Oracle Arena, was hailed as an up-and-comer in the Western Conference two seasons ago. Since then, they have been up and down, a talented young team capable […]