Footlocker’s Week Of Greatness Returns And So Do Their Amazing Ads Featuring Derrick Rose, Time Duncan and James Harden!!


Footlocker’s Week of Greatness returns where they will be releasing the freshest shoes of the year! They brought in Derrick Rose and Tim Duncan to speak about their “Excitement” for the week and James Harden who got a little “Defensive” when asked if he’d be attending the week of greatness. These are two great ads that will have you laughing all week long!

James Harden And Stephen Curry Battle To Send The Game Into Overtime!!


Two of the leagues rising stars went to battle at the end of tonights game between the Golden State Warriors and the Houston Rockets! Stephen Curry and James Harden were given the ball in their hands and they both delivered. James Harden hit a step back jumper to put the Rockets up two, while Stephen Curry hit a floater over Dwight Howard to send the game into overtime! The Warriors pulled off the win 122-99.

Dwight Howard’s Return To LA Includes Dwight Chanting “Howard Sucks”


The Los Angeles Lakers and Dwight Howard ended a tough relationship and it ended with Lakers fans pissed off and a happy Dwight Howard in Houston. Tonight you were able to see both sides of the “Dwightmare”. Dwight Howard heard “Howard Sucks” chance from Lakers fans and in Dwight fashion he joined in with “Howard Sucks” chants of his own. He responded seconds later with an alley-oop jam from James Harden! Dwight returned with 20 points and 13 rebounds during a 134-108 victory.

James Harden’s Game Winning Euro-Step Lay Up!!


James Harden had a hell of a game tonight against the Washington Wizards as he poured in 35 points with 6 rebounds and 6 assists. None of his 35 points were as important as his last two as the guard euro-stepped through the lane for the game winning lay up! The Rockets won 113-112.

Your 2014 NBA All Star Reserves!


dame                                 Earlier TNT’s Inside The NBA announced the 2014 All Star Reserves for the Eastern and Western Conferences.

Eastern Conference

G – DeMar DeRozan (TOR) – 1st

G – Joe Johnson (BKN) – 7th

G – John Wall (WAS) – 1st

F – Chris Bosh (MIA) – 9th

F – Paul Millsap (ATL) – 2nd

F – Joakim Noah (CHI) – 2nd

C – Roy Hibbert (IND) – 2nd

Western Conference

G – James Harden (HOU) – 2nd

G – Damian Lillard (POR) – 1st

G – Tony Parker (SA) – 6th

G – Chris Paul (LAC) – 7th

F – LaMarcus Aldridge (POR) – 3rd

F – Dirk Nowitzki (DAL) – 12th

C – Dwight Howard (HOU) – 8th

Your 2014-2016 USA Olympic Basketball Team!


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Today, Managing Director of the USA Men’s National Team, Jerry Colangelo and his staff announced the 28 players who were invited to fill the 2014-2016 USA Men’s National Team Roster. 14 members of the gold medalist 2012 U.S. Olympic and/or the 2010 USA World Championship teams will be on the roster. The returning players include LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, and Kevin Durant. 14 other newcomers will join the returning players in their quest for Olympic gold.

2014-2016 USA Men’s National Team Roster

LaMarcus Aldridge
F
6-11
240
7/19/85
Portland Trail Blazers / Texas
Carmelo Anthony
F
6-8
230
5/29/84
New York Knicks / Syracuse
Bradley Beal
G
6-5
207
6/28/93
Washington Wizards / Florida
Tyson Chandler
C
7-1
235
10/02/82
New York Knicks / Dominguez H.S. (CA)
DeMarcus Cousins
C
6-11
270
8/13/90
Sacramento Kings / Kentucky
Stephen Curry
G
6-3
185
3/14/8
Golden State Warriors / Davidson
Anthony Davis
F/C
6-10
220
3/11/93
New Orleans Pelicans / Kentucky
Andre Drummond
C
6-10
270
9/10/93
Detroit Pistons / Connecticut
Kevin Durant
G
6-9
230
9/29/88
Oklahoma City Thunder / Texas
Kenneth Faried
F
6-8
228
11/19/89
Denver Nuggets / Morehead State
Paul George
G
6-8
221
5/02/90
Indiana Pacers / Fresno State
Blake Griffin
F
6-10
251
3/16/89
Los Angeles Clippers / Oklahoma
James Harden
G
6-5
220
8/26/89
Houston Rockets / Arizona State
Gordon Hayward
F
6-8
210
3/23/90
Utah Jazz / Butler
Dwight Howard
F/C
6-11
265
12/08/85
Houston Rockets / Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy (GA)
Andre Iguodala
G/F
6-6
207
1/28/84
Golden State Warriors / Arizona
Kyrie Irving
G
6-3
191
3/23/92
Cleveland Cavaliers / Duke
LeBron James
F
6-8
250
12/30/84
Miami Heat / St. Vincent-St. Mary H.S. (OH)
Kyle Korver
G/F
6-7
212
93/17/81
Atlanta Hawks / Creighton
David Lee
F
6-9
240
4/29/83
Golden State Warriors / Florida
Kawhi Leonard
F/G
6-7
235
6/29/91
San Antonio Spurs / San Diego State
Damian Lillard
G
6-3
195
7/15/90
Portland Trail Blazers / Weber State
Kevin Love
F
6-10
260
9/07/88
Minnesota Timberwolves / UCLA
Chris Paul
G
6-0
175
5/06/85
Los Angeles Clippers / Wake Forest
Derrick Rose
G
6-3
190
10/04/88
Chicago Bulls / Memphis
Klay Thompson
G
6-7
205
2/08/90
Golden State Warriors / Washington State
Russell Westbrook
G
6-3
187
11/12/88
Oklahoma City Thunder / UCLA
Deron Williams
G
6-3
207
7/26/84
Brooklyn Nets / Illinois