After cutting a 15-point deficit to six points to start the fourth quarter, the Pelicans continued to fight, using Langston Galloway’s three point shooting and Jrue Holiday’s clutch performance in overtime to come back and defeat the Suns, 120-119, Sunday evening in the Talking Stick Resort Arena.
Were you Michael? No. Did you need Shaq to capture those two extra rings? No. Did you have enough help on your team in the last few years? No. But did you ever give up? Absolutely not.
The NBA Board of Governors changed the playoff seeding and qualification procedures for the 2015-2016 season. RDR sports contributors weigh in on the monumental change.
Hammon finished NBA summer league with a splash.
With NBA free agency rumors and scares dying down, NBA general managers and fans can breathe. Now, the focus is on new talent in the NBA and the impact they will have on their respective teams in the 2015 NBA summer league.
Will it be the Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks, Miami Heat, Houston Rockets, Brooklyn Nets, Dallas Mavericks, Washington Wizards, San Antonio Spurs, Orlando Magic or Phoenix Suns? All these teams share one thing in common: they have the cap space to sign former NBA MVP Kevin Durant when he becomes a free agent following the 2015-16 season.
It is finally here. Today marks the day in NBA free agency in which players can officially sign contracts with teams. Will there be any other surprises before the day ends? Let’s hope not but be prepared just in case. Strange things can happen in high-pressure situations. In the meantime, RDR’s sports contributors discuss the biggest losers in the 2015 NBA free agency period.
The 2015 NBA free agency has been one filled with surprises for some teams while others gained huge additions to bolster their roster in the upcoming season. With less than 48 hours before players can sign with teams, there could be more interesting moves to be made. Until then, RDR’s sports contributors weigh in on the biggest winners of this year’s NBA free agency thus far.
Wardell Stephen Curry won his first Most Valuable Player Award for the 2014-2015 NBA season. Curry had a miraculous season, winning the award over James Harden, LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook.
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry won the 2015 Kia Most Valuable Player award.