Kobe Bryant, arguably the best hooper of all time, made lofty (possibly facetious) comments in an interview today with USA Today Sports. Read more
Just a quick reminder if you didn't already know, NCAA March Madness starts next week. Right now, conference tournaments are taking place, and schools are already punching their tickets to the "Big Dance". Who will you be rooting for? The underdog or the general favorite? Let us know what you think down below.
Rising New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin is on top of the world. Averaging 14 points and 6 assists for the current season, the Knicks savior is hitting the cover of every magazine, has the highest selling jersey in the nba store and is rumored to have a looming shoe contract with Nike. Amongst all this new found fame that he has received, after spurring the Knicks to victory countless times this season, artist TATS Cru has Lin depicted holding up the earth as if he could bare anymore pressure on his 6'3 frame.
One can only hope the rising star continues his on the court success possibly giving the Knicks a chance in the post season this year. Perhaps the hopes of a city are far greater than the weight of the world.
For the fourth installment of J. Cole’s ‘Any Given Sunday’ series, he released
the official cover art for his forthcoming debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story
. The artwork, which portrays Cole sitting in a locker room, keeps with the basketball theme that he has become known for purveying through the cover art and titles of his projects.
J.Cole Releases Cole World: The Sideline Story Album Cover
Considered the greatest basketball video game ever made, it was always going to be a tough ask for 2K Sports to one-up last year's epic NBA 2K11. Produced in conjunction with Michael Jordan and featuring His Airness on the cover, it seemed the only way way 2K12 could possibly live up to it's predecessor was to... be produced in conjunction with Michael Jordan and feature His Airness on the cover! Yes, the 2K12 cover is graced yet again by Michael Jordan, busting a move in the Air Jordan XIII. (Oh, and he's bought along a couple of friends for a pair of alternate covers as well... you might know them!)