On January 27th, 1989, Tom Chambers executed the greatest dunk in NBA history.
HoopsVibe Very Quick Call: In the fourth quarter of an eventual 132-130 victory, Chambers made a hapless victim of Knicks guard and current Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson.
29 years ago today, the Chicago Bulls signed #1 draft pick Michael Jordan.
HoopsVibe Very Quick Call: And, they got the greatest basketball player ever at a discount.
Lamar Odom was spotted out and about in LA again on Tuesday, and this time with a grocery bag consisting of an over the counter item typically used for smoking crack.
Hoopsvibe's quick call: This is not a post to paint a bad picture of Odom, because I truly hope he's doing better than the media is portraying him.
Gary Payton and Bernard King were inducted Sunday into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame; too bad no one was aware.
HoopsVibe Very Quick Call: How could the NBA let this happen?
The All-Star team is always tainted by big markets who can vote in players that aren’t as worthy as their peers.
HoopsVibe’s Very Quick Call: If LeBron James was on THIS team, there would be much more reason for his “not one, not two, not three…”
Bamboo themes running wild with Durant's new kicks.
HoopsVibe's Very Quick Call: The creative team over at Nike really went into overdrive on their love of bamboo on this one. Did we mention the KD logo on the outsole is derived from the Chinese character for bamboo?
34 years ago today, Ann Meyers signed a deal with the Indiana Pacers.
HoopsVibe Very Quick Call: Meyers became the first woman signed by an NBA team.
The record for the world's longest basketball shot has just been broken again.
Hoopsvibe's quick call: At the end of the day, this record has much more to do with luck than skill.
Of the four major American sports, the NBA has historically been the worst offender of overpaying terrible players.
HoopsVibe Very Quick Call: The Koncak Effect is still felt today, not as much, but these five players owe the former Hawks big man a thank you card.