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IT was no surprise today when Golden State Warriors' Steph Curry won his second consecutive NBA MVP award.
STEPH Curry? The guy is a freak.
NOW that’s more like it as last night our NBL All-Australian touring team went on a 13-0 tear to beat China 72-64 in Guangzhou, levelling their three-game series 1-1.
CAN’T speak for anyone else but I just had the most sound night’s sleep so far in 2016, so the Sino-Australia Challenge last night wasn’t all bad after all.
THE Cleveland Cavaliers hit an NBA record 25 3-pointers in their 123-98 route of the Atlanta Hawks today, seizing a 2-0 lead in their Eastern Conference Semi Final series.
JUST when you think it’s time to start agitating for the NBL to employ a cluster of fulltime referees, Game 2 of the NBA’s Western Conference semi final shows it makes no difference.
THERE wasn’t a lot of good news in the NBA’s Western Conference today with LA’s Chris Paul breaking his hand and Golden State superstar Steph Curry confirmed to have a sprained MCL.
AUSSIE Olympians, Patty Mills and Matthew Dellavedova have moved on to the second round of the NBA playoffs, Aron Baynes is out and Andrew Bogut needs one more win.
CHARLOTTE: Jeremy Lin scored 18 points to lead a balanced Charlotte attack as the Hornets beat the Miami Heat 96-80 for their first NBA playoff victory in 14 years.
I POSTED this picture at Basketball On The Internet’s Facebook page and it drew such a great reaction, I felt the relationship might warrant further revisitation – if such a word exists.
WHAT do the NBA's reigning champion Golden State Warriors have in common with the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls?
IT WAS all about the Warriors in the NBA again in the past week as the defending champs went about rewriting the history books.
SIMON Cameron of News Corp joins B.O.T.I. with his new weekly NBA Round-Up, "Simon Says".
COREY Webster has been impressing at New Orleans Pelicans NBA camp making it increasingly likely he will miss at least the opening of the NZ Breakers’ NBL title defence.
IT wasn’t “Fe Fi Fo Fum” that the giant who strode over the NBA in 1982-83 said, but “Fo Fo Fo”.
COREY “Clear and Present Danger” Webster is a mighty step closer to joining Sean Marks, Kirk Penney and Steve Adams as New Zealand’s Fourth NBA Musketeer after being invited to attend training camp with New Orleans Pelicans.
QUIET day today in the basketball world so chance to reflect on some recent developments.
OLYMPIANS and long-time South Australian basketball superstars Joe Ingles and Brad Newley top the bill for the Free Throw Foundation's next Adelaide lunch on Friday, August 21.
THE New York Times is reporting forward Casey Prather has secured an NBL contract, which is why he sat the NBA D-League team’s final hurrahs at the Summer League in Las Vegas.
ICYMI: Australian Opals’ 2006 World Championship Gold Medal-winning coach Jan Stirling is being inducted into the FIBA Hall of Fame.