The New Jersey Nets are no more. Well, at least the New Jersey part. The NBA franchise is set to move to Brooklyn, and the move comes a brand new logo.The Nets PR people along with star center Brooke Lopez unveiled the new black and white look on Monday. The Nets will have a pair of primary logos: one of a shield with the name "NETS" and a "B"-filled basketball underneath, and another circular logo with the same "B" basketball surrounded by "Brooklyn" above and "New York" below. The design...Read Full Story
The 2010 NBA Draft will be held June 24, 2010, in New York City. It will be broadcast on ESPN, and will take place at Madison Square Garden.The following players will be eligible for the 2010 NBA Draft, according to Wikipedia: * Solomon Alabi – C, Florida State (sophomore) Nigeria * Cole Aldrich – F/C, Kansas (junior) * Al-Farouq Aminu – F, Wake Forest (sophomore) * James Anderson – G, Oklahoma State (junior) * Luke Babbitt – F, Nevada (sophomore) * Armon Bassett – G...Read Full Story
(Getty Images) The 2010 NBA Playoff finals are upon us and a heated rivalry between the Boston Celtics and the LA Lakers has ensured a bevy of celebrities in attendance. One would think that dressing for a basketball game would be simple, but nothing is really simple in La La Land. Each celeb has a distinct way of dressing for the sporting event of the season. Check out our basketball style trends:Heels on the court? Why not!It may be a basketball game but, to these celebs, that's no...Read Full Story
The four-man line-up for the NBA's annual Slam Dunk Contest this weekend is still being sorted out as returning champion Nate Robinson is suffering from a groin injury that may keep him from competing and two rookies are set to have a dunk-off for the last spot. If Nate Robinson decides his groin is OK, he'll be competing against Shannon Brown of the Los Angeles Lakers, and Gerald Wallace of the Charlotte Bobcats. The fourth contestant will be decided Saturday when DeMar DeRozan of the...Read Full Story
It was announced Monday that Michael Jordan would be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame this September. While this isn't exactly shocking news, Jordan's reaction was a little odd.Most athletes are overcome with emotion when they're inducted into their sport's hall of fame. Some cry, others smile to the point that it's creepy and most make long drawn out speeches to try and explain an emotion that most people will never understand.Jordan on the other hand seemed slightly offended, and...Read Full Story
The NBA is the National Basketball Association, the premier and professional basketball league in North America.