This year, Electronic Arts celebrates its 35th anniversary. They might not have gotten there without the groundbreaking game 'One-on-One: Dr. J. vs. Larry Bird.'
The Pacers never became the team Larry Bird said he wanted it to be. Now Kevin Pritchard takes the helm at a pivotal time for the franchise and its star, Paul George.
Kevin Pritchard reportedly will take over basketball operations for the time-being.
Kevin Wildes of ESPN joins the podcast to discuss whether Larry Bird is overrated, LeBron's delightful game against the New York Knicks, and more.
There are good basketball nicknames, and there are supremely lame basketball nicknames. All of us have a role in making sure that good triumphs.
In the early 1980s, the NBA was floundering. Then NBA Entertainment, the league's new in-house video production team, helped usher in a fan-tastic future.
It's been five mostly middling years since Dallas won a NBA Championship. There has to be a better way to honor Dirk Nowitzki's twilight than an endless status quo.
On Valentine's Day in 1986, Boston Celtics legend Larry Bird dropped a 47-point triple-double on the Portland Trailblazers while mostly shooting with his left hand. Because why not?
Talk about the Gambler! Or something?