￼A Toronto Raptors expansion era cap, a Penny Hardaway jersey, and an Allen Iverson figurine. These are just some of the things you will find at the newly-opened NBA Store in Trinoma.
Ten straight wins. The best start in franchise history. This is what happens when someone does something great like, say, win an NBA title, and people put them down by saying they just got “lucky.” But mostly, this is what happens when you have Wardell Stephen II, son of Dell.
On some days, he’s Kobe Bryant. On others, he’s JaVale McGee. Today, BuhayBasket spoke to Brandon “BdotAdot” Armstrong, the man behind the spot-on NBA impersonations that have sent the internet finger rolling in laughter.
It is around this time when everyone is a #FutureLaker and Woj is on God Mode. Welcome to NBA free agency.
By Kram CervantesDraft day is in the books! For the fans of the lottery teams, the draft packed the drama and pressure of a seven-game playoff series in a three-hour event. Just like past editions, there were on-the-money picks and absolute head-scratchers. There weren’t a lot of blockbuster trades this year, but there’s definitely no shortage of bold decisions that have already sparked intense debates.
For 12 years, Australia-based graphic designer Tyson Beck has been creating NBA-related designs. BuhayBasket and Lakers Nation PH had a quick chat with Beck on being NBA’s go-to design guy, and living by the Mamba Mentality. (He has the largest collection of Kobe Bryant jerseys in the world.)
Just in case you’re living under a rock under the Pacific Ocean or still reeling from the finale of Forevermore, LeBron James went bat-shit crazy in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Atlanta Hawks. He finished with an NBA2K-ish 37-18-13 in 47 pulsating minutes. His 12th career playoff triple-double (it easily could’ve been his 13th—he was only a rebound shy in Game 2).
March 19 was MJ’s night, as the basketball world celebrated two decades of “I’m back.” But 20 years later, it was still super sidekick Scottie Pippen who stole the show with a series of nostalgic tweets.
By Daryl LimAs a Bay Area kid in the early 90’s, it was easy to root for the home teams. The Giants had Barry Bonds, a superstar outfielder who would go on to hit *the most home runs in a single season*. The 49ers were perennial contenders for the playoffs, winning 5 titles, the last one being in 1994. The Warriors? Different story.
Unless you’re the type who’d rather watch Ryan Kelly airball hook shots, you already know that Kyrie Irving just had a career game against the reigning NBA champs. Here’s what Twitter had to say.