The Sacramento Kings Travel to OKC tonight to try and continue the Thunder's tumbling troubles. In the first game, the Thunder led a lead slip away late in the game and the Kings prevailed. Tonight, the Thunder must show better defensive focus to prevent the high-scoring Kings from doing the same.
Young gets some great sound bites here from Scott Brooks and Kendrick Perkins. Perkins has a great comment on his teammates' practice habits.
The debate is picked up again here, and Serge Ibaka gets another vote of confidence.
Golliver does some stellar investigative journalism here, and the story surrounding Greg Oden and his numerous injuries become all the more nebulous.
If you've never seen this documentary, it is making its way to the small screen soon.
Don't mess with David West.
The Broadway musical Magic/Bird is out. Indeed. I can only imagine who they are casting as Kurt Rambis.
Here is a closer look at Kyle Korver. While I still think Ray Allen still has a quicker economy of motion, Korver is not far behind.
Another subtle jab.
There are all sorts of ways to end the tanking that goes on. The question is, does the NBA care?
Dwyane Wade needs to get his story in order. His original statement about pro players deserving a paycheck at the Olympics is fine, but at least own up to the statement.
Check out Kevin Durant's appearance in his friend Privaledge's new video below.