There's nothing wrong with just looking right?? Wrong! There is something wrong when you are looking and liking sexy pictures while you are in the middle of a game, but apparently Tyreke Evans didn't get that memo. During Monday nights Blazers versus Pacers game the NBA baller was a little preoccupied on twitter when he was caught during the game liking some sexy photos. Stay tuned to see how he was busted right after this
Dirk Nowitzki passed Wilt Chamberlain for sixth place on the NBA's career scoring list, but Elfrid Payton had his fifth straight triple-double to help the New Orleans Pelicans beat the Dallas Mavericks 129-125 in overtime
Its official Kendall Jenner has put a leash on Ben Simmons and is holding on real tight. the NBA baller was recently in a club and was seen face timing girlfriend Kendall Jenner. will the NBA baller now be hit with the Kardashian curse? stay tuned to check out the video right after this
St Patrick's day wasn't so lucky for the Lebron James and the Los Angeles Lakers. Instead of finding a pot of gold on Sunday the Lakers seemed to find yet another L and this one may be the biggest one yet. Sunday the Los Angeles Lakers hit a new all time low after the New York Knicks went on a 13-1 run to defeat the Lakers 124 to 123. The Lakers have now lost 8 of their past 9 games winning only one game in the month of march against the bulls on march 12th. the knicks are currently the worst team in the NBA with a record of 14 and 56 but that wasn't the worst L the Lakers had to take on Sunday. The biggest L that was handed to the Lakers during what should be the luckiest day of the year was the way the Lakers lost.
Duke's Zion Williamson has been the most impressive college basketball player all year and is the presumptive No. 1 pick in June's NBA Draft, but is he really head and shoulders better than the rest of the NCAA Tournament stars?
Giannis Antetokounmpo scored a career-high 52 points, but Joel Embiid had 40 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Philadelphia 76ers over the Milwaukee Bucks 130-125
Mario Hezonja blocked LeBron James' potential game-winning shot with 2.3 seconds to play, allowing the New York Knicks to complete a late rally and beat the Los Angeles Lakers 124-123