This is the May 12, 2013 news archive. View today's NBA rumors and news.
If you stood outside Bankers Life Fieldhouse on South Delaware St. on a picture-perfect Mother’s Day morning and looked through the big viewing windows, down onto the Pacers’ practice court, you saw the oddest sight. You saw Carmelo Anthony shooting tUpvote Share Tweet
Manu Ginobili Breaks Harrison Barnes’ Ankles With A Behind-The-Back DribbleThere are a few reasons this move would never find its way onto our list of the 20 greatest crossovers ever. One, it wasn’t really a crossover… rather a behind-the-back shake move. And most importantly, it didn’t end in a bucket. Too bad because ManUpvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Updated May 12, 2013Jarrett Jack can delight and frustrate a fan base, sometimes in the same game. Sunday, it was all elation as he led the Warriors to a 97-87 win over the Spurs, says Phil Taylor.Upvote Share Tweet
Grizzlies Owner Tweets About Marc Gasol: The Most Interesting Basketball Player In The WorldRemember that time when Memphis’ former star, Rudy Gay, morphed into the Dos Equis man to lure fans into voting for him for the All-Star Game? Back then, he was only being marketed as the most interesting man in the NBA, so in that regard, Marc Gasol miUpvote Share TweetESPN.com Updated May 12, 2013Kevin Durant has done more of everything for the Oklahoma City Thunder since Russell Westbrook was lost for the rest of the season with a knee injury after Game 2 of the Thunder's first round series against the Houston Rockets.Upvote Share TweetStephen Curry scored 22 on an injured left ankle, Harrison Barnes had 26 points and 10 rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors rallied past the San Antonio Spurs 97-87 in overtime Sunday to even the Western Conference semifinal at two games apiece.Upvote Share Tweet
Danny Green Floats & Throws Down A Putback Dunk On Stephen Curry’s HeadThis isn’t even the best putback dunk of the week, thanks to Iman Shumpert. It’s more surprising than anything, coming from Danny Green and the Spurs. Nice boxout, Stephen Curry. Are the Spurs winning the West? For breaking news, rumors, exclusive conUpvote Share Tweetnba.com Updated May 12, 2013Zach Randolph remembers blowing a 22-point lead in the second quarter. For Tony Allen, the play that stands out came when Russell Westbrook threw a left-handed pass jumping out of bounds to James Harden for a crucial 3-pointer in the first overtime.Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Updated May 12, 2013The playing statuses for Chicago Bulls forward Luol Deng and guard Kirk Hinrich have not been determined for Monday night's Game 4 against the Miami Heat as the duo is still considered day to day, coach Thibodeau said Sunday.Upvote Share TweetNBA fines Bulls' Thibodeau 35K for criticizing refsUpvote Share Tweet
Battle Scarred: It's been a back-and-forth series highlighted by …CNNSI.com Updated May 12, 2013It's been a back-and-forth series highlighted by injuries, but the Spurs can take a commanding 3-1 lead with a win. Can the Warriors fight them off in front of an avid Oracle crowd?Upvote Share Tweet
The Maloofs Still Want Nothing To Do With Sacramentodeadspin.com Updated May 12, 2013The Maloofs recently announced they have a "Plan B" up their sleeves if the NBA does not approve the latest offer made by the Seattle-based ownership group with whom they have been negotiating the sale of the Sacramento Kings: they're going to…Upvote Share Tweet
No Knick Can Stop Roy HibbertRoy Hibbert had one of the more disappointing seasons in the NBA this year, regressing in a lot of ways on offense. That wasn’t a problem last night in Indiana’s Game 3 win over New York. He went for a playoff career-high 24 points and 12 boards. WhoâUpvote Share Tweet
Reggie Jackson Does His Best Russell Westbrook Interpretation & Puts Together Nasty HighlightsReggie Jackson might be the only person alive who doesn’t miss Russell Westbrook, and while OKC is struggling to cop with it, he’s been doing what he can. In the Thunder’s Game 3 loss, Jackson posted 16 points and 10 boards and had a few of the gameUpvote Share Tweet
LeBron James and Miami Heat are most compelling team to watch in sportsnydailynews.com Updated May 12, 2013It doesn't matter whether you love the Miami Heat or hate them. You watch them. They are the team in professional sports, at least in this country, to talk the most about. People still call the Yankees the Evil Empire. They’re not, they don’t generateUpvote Share Tweet
Barnes Soars Past The SpursMay 12Draymond Green finds Harrison Barnes, who finishes with the one-handed slam.
Warriors Gaining ConfidenceMay 12Jalen Rose, Magic Johnson, Michael Wilbon and Bill Simmons break down the Warriors first OT playoff win since 1976.
Warriors Dominate In OT To Even SeriesMay 12Harrison Barnes scored 26 points, and the Warriors outscored the Spurs 13-3 in overtime to tie the series 2-2.
Curry After Warriors' Game 4 WinMay 12Stephen Curry scored 22 points in the Warriors' 97-87 win over the Spurs.
Ian Thomsen: Heat feeling more comfortable in how to attack BullsMay 12CHICAGO -- The Heat sound as if they've learned enough hard lessons from the Bulls. It's time to stop bracing for Chicago's physical play and to start instigating.
Ian Thomsen: Hibbert's toughness leads Pacers to Game 3 win over KnicksMay 12Size matters. In every other game, at least.