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Atlanta Hawks swingman Dahntay Jones outspokenly defended himself against criticism from Kobe Bryant, claiming that he did not intentionally attempt to injure the Los Angeles Lakers superstar in the final seconds of Wednesday night's game.
Share TweetThe top story in the NBA right now, by a wide margin, is the ankle sprain suffered by Kobe Bryant in the final seconds of the Los Angeles Lakers' Wednesday night loss to the Atlanta Hawks. The Lakers are holding on to the last playoff spot in the West b…
Johnson to return; Humphries back in rotation?Updated Mar 14 Share TweetBrooklyn Nets shooting guard Joe Johnson says he'll "definitely" play on Sunday night against the Atlanta Hawks.Source: ESPN.com
Al Horford Posterizes Antawn Jamison & The LakersUpdated Mar 14 Share TweetBecause the Lakers decided they didn’t really feel like using Dwight Howard that much last night, there were many opportunities for the Hawks to get to the rim. This one from Al Horford was by far the best take, however. Antawn Jamison isn’t known forSource: dimemag.com
Miami’s Winning Streak Is Now 20; The Nuggets Ruin Carmelo Anthony’s HomecomingUpdated Mar 14 Share TweetThe word of the day yesterday was white smoke (well, technically that’s two words). In the NBA, the word was twenty, as in Miami has now won 20 games in a row after bludgeoning Philly down the stretch in a 98-94 W. LeBron James did his thing (27 points,Source: dimemag.com
Joe Johnson Plans To Return SundayMar 14Joe Johnson plans to return Sunday to face his former team the Atlanta Hawks.
Dahntay Jones Responds To KobeMar 14Hawks G/F Dahntay Jones discusses the play from Wednesday night's game in which Lakers G Kobe Bryant sprained his ankle.
Was Kobe Injured Due To Dirty Play?Mar 14Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless debate whether it was a dirty play by Dahntay Jones that led to Kobe Bryant's injury.
Weekend Dime: LeBron and MessiMar 14Daily Dime
Ian Thomsen: Former phenom Sebastian Telfair reflects on what could have b…Mar 14BOSTON -- Sebastian Telfair was a bigger star in high school than he is today. And yet he is a better player now than he ever was back then. The paradox makes sense to him at last.