Well hello there, fellow basketball enthusiast! It’s that time again: Time for the NBA season to have begun literally over two hours ago, when the Celtics and Sixers tipped off in Boston. There could be no better time than this to look ahead to what the..
by: Danny Small — Clutchpoints 11h
Rudy Gay seems to have found a home with the San Antonio Spurs. The veteran swingman was a key rotational player for Gregg Popovich’s squad last year and is expected to play a prominent role on the new-look Spurs. His health was in question for opening...
by: Julian Andrews — NBA 13h
The Wolves open the season on Wednesday night versus the Spurs in San Antonio. It won’t be an easy contest, but it’s definitely a winnable one! Here are five keys to victory for the game.
by: Marilyn Dubinski — SB Nation: Pounding The Rock 14h
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by: Tom Orsborn — San Antonio Express-News 15h
Rudy Gay said Tuesday that he sat out the preseason finale for precautionary reasons only.
by: Alberto De Roa — USA Today: Hoops Hype 21h
Atlanta Hawks Point guards: Trae Young, Jeremy Lin, Jaylen Adams. Shooting guards: Kent Bazemore, Tyler Dorsey, Kevin Huerter, Daniel Hamilton. Small forwards: Vince Carter, DeAndre Bembry, Justin …
by: Kerry Eggers — Portland Tribune 16 Oct
ON THE NBA/BY KERRY EGGERS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Will continuity make Blazers better in 2018-19?
by: Sports Illustrated — Yahoo Sports 16 Oct
After losing key role players over the summer—but also acquiring some new ones—how will Houston follow up one of only 20 65-win seasons in NBA history?
by: Tom Orsborn — San Antonio Express-News 15 Oct
All signs point to forward Rudy Gay playing in the Spurs' season opener Wednesday night against Minnesota.
by: Matt Schad — NBA 15 Oct
(SAN ANTONIO, TX) – H-E-B and the San Antonio Spurs are at it again with another round of comical television commercials, featuring playful performances by current and former Spurs players. To tip off the Spurs’ 2018-19 season, six commercials will debut.
by: Vivek Jacob — Sportsnet 15 Oct
The NBA has recognized the Toronto Raptors as a true contender this year, and standing atop the east side mountain after 82 games has earned them a different type of bulls-eye.