The starting lineup for the 2013 NBA All-Star game has been revealed! Despite the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers struggling to rank higher in their respective conferences this season, 2 Celtics players and 2 Lakers players made the cut!
I can’t wait to watch this game! Basketball is my favorite sport! The annual All-Star Game is my second-most favorite event of the NBA season, second only to the playoffs of course.
Just minutes before tonight’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kobe Bryant wrote a sweet message on his official Facebook. Kobe and Vanessa have called off their divorce.
The couple have two children together: Natalia and Gianna Bryant.
Read the full details and check out his Facebook status here:
The New Orleans Hornets were down 17 points in the second quarter vs. the Minnesota Timberwolves, but they stormed back in the second half to win the game 104 – 92.
Here’s a recap video of the game:
Magic Johnson & co. discuss the Los Angeles Lakers‘ chances of making the playoffs. This is a team that is jam-packed with All-Stars; but injuries and a lack of team chemistry have plagued them all season long.
Can they flip a switch? Can they start winning games again? Mathematically speaking, they won’t make the playoffs this season. However, being that I’m a self-avowed (slightly deluded) Lakers fanatic, I believe Kobe will lead this team to victory.
Read my full input and watch the videos here:
Carmelo Anthony, the small forward for the New York Knicks, has been suspended one game for his altercation with Boston Celtics’ star Kevin Garnett. The incident took place on Monday evening after losing to the Celtics. Final score: BOS – 102 to NYK – 96.
Do you agree with the suspension?
Watch the videos here:
The Maloof family, who currently own the Sacramento Kings, are in talks to sell the team to Steve Ballmer and Chris Hansen for $500 million. Ballmer & Hansen are planning to relocate the franchise to the “Key Arena” in Seattle, WA this coming 2013-2014 NBA season.
Read the full details here: