PHILADELPHIA (AP) Hundreds of mourners packed a Philadelphia funeral home Friday to honor Harvey Pollack, the longtime NBA employee and statistics icon who died Tuesday at the age of 93.
Friends, family and colleagues described a man who loved basketball, statistics and, most of all, his family. Pollack began his career in 1946 with the Philadelphia Warriors and worked the last...
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As awesome as Zach LaVine’s first dunk was at the Slam Dunk contest Saturday, the best part about it was the reaction from the judges. Specifically, Dr. J’s stunned face was the highlight. After the Minnesota Timberwolves rocked an awesome dunk on a lob to himself, Dr. J.’s jaw hit the floor. Here is LaVine’s...Read More
In one of the great moments in “Diner,” a movie filled with them, the guys are debating the relative merits of Frank Sinatra and Johnny Mathis. Eddie (Steve Guttenberg) asks: “When you’re making out, which do you prefer, Sinatra or Mathis?” Boogie (Mickey Rourke) replies: “I like Presley.”
Which brings us to Shaquille O’Neal.
Asked in an interview with antennamag...
Shaq famously didn't always get along with Kobe Bryant. However, when he was asked recently who was better between Kobe and another former teammate of Shaq's, LeBron James, Shaq said a couple surprising things.First of all, he didn't use the opportunity to bash his former foe/Lakers teammate, as he has done in the past.(Anyone remember 'Kobe, tell me how my ass taste.")Instead, he...
Posted to Randy Brown's Bulls Championship RingIt was almost Julius Irving that was going to suit up in red and black instead of the greatest ever, Michael Jordan.
On the eve of the 1984 NBA Draft, 76ers owner, Harold Katz thought he had a deal in place that would of sent Dr. J to the Bulls in exchange for the 3rd pick.
In an interview for a book, Katz, the former Sixers owner...
Julius Erving, better known to most of you as Dr. J, represented the Philadelphia 76ers at the NBA Draft lottery on Tuesday night. The Sixers finished with the second worst record in basketball this year behind the Milwaukee Bucks. They have two selections in the first round of the upcoming draft, one of which was […]
Legendary NBA Hall of Famer Julius Erving made the "riders up" call for the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday.
Today is Julius “Dr. J” Erving 64th birthday and many people have taken to the realm of social networking to wish him well.
Only a few moments ago, Miami Heat star LeBron James decided to wish him well on Instagram with a photo of the two of them together.
Below is the quote that LeBron attached to the image:
Happy B-day to one of my fav players and people of all time Dr.J!...
Valentine’s Day 2014 is YouTube’s ninth birthday. Since February 14, 2005, the site has gone on to become one of the many faces of its generation and — as a true testament of its impact — an actual verb in the process. It’s a DVR for the DVR-less. And a chance to relive iconic moments […]The post On Julius Erving, Pete Maravich And The Greatest Short-Lived Fast Break...