2K Sports Officially Confirms 'NBA 2K18' For Nintendo Switch

2K Sports Officially Confirms 'NBA 2K18' For Nintendo Switch

It was previously rumored that the Nintendo Switch might get an "NBA 2K" game, but it might be a different version or maybe a spinoff.

by Michael Augustin

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NBA Live Release Pushed To Fall 2017; New UFC Game On The Making

EA Games CEO Andrew Wilson announces push back of NBA Live release while hinting the upcoming new installment on its UFC game series.

by Danny Smith

Mike Conley Fractured Vertebrae Injury | November 28, 2016 | 2016-17 NBA Season

NBA News: Injured Memphis Grizzlies’ Star Mike Conley Nears Return

In recent years, the Memphis Grizzlies have built a reputation for being one of the most resilient teams in the NBA. They once again displayed that trait this season following starting point guard Mike Conley’s scary fracture to his vertebrae, winning seven of the eight games after the injury to race up to fifth place in the competitive Western Conference. And recently, reports have surfaced that Conley, who was originally expected up to two months, is already nearing a return

by Timothy Jay Ibay

Draymond Green

NBA News: Draymond Green Unhappy with New CBA Deal

On Wednesday, the NBA and the NBPA (National Basketball Association Players Association) announced that they have reached a tentative deal on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). According to the released statement, the tentative deal is pending ratification by players and team owners. And in a series of tweets, Golden State Warriors’ human army Swiss knife, Draymond Green, doesn’t appear to be too happy about it.

by Timothy Jay Ibay

Dirk Nowitzki Injury: Updates on Mavericks Star's Achilles and Return - DOMINO NEWS

NBA News: Dirk Nowitzki to Retire at End of Season

It has been a rough year health-wise for Dallas Mavericks superstar Dirk Nowitzki. The 2011 Finals MVP has played in just five games all year due to a strained right Achilles. The team has reflected his struggles, being tied with the Philadelphia 76ers at 6-19 for the worst record in the league. And recently, the 38-year-old hinted that he could very well be on the verge of retirement.

by Timothy Jay Ibay

Omer Asik

NBA Trade Rumors: Celtics to shift focus on Omer Asik rather than Andrew Bogut?

The Boston Celtics currently sit 5th in the Eastern Conference standings but they have underwhelmed this season. The team is looking to find a nice defensive center to help them solidify their lineup. They have been linked with Andrew Bogut but due to his injury, the Celtics might have an interest in Omer Asik.

by Paul E. Davidson

Jeremy Lin

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Brooklyn Nets Preview: Jeremy Lin Squares Off Against D’Angelo Russell in Battle of Returning Guards

In a game between two struggling teams, the Brooklyn Nets (6-17) face the Los Angeles Lakers (10-17) Wednesday at the Barclays Center. But while both teams look to get back on track as group, focus will also be on the return from injury of their respective starting point guards – Jeremy Lin and D’Angelo Russell.

by Timothy Jay Ibay

Jeremy Lin

NBA News and Update: Jeremy Lin returns after 6 weeks, Victor Oladipo injury update and more!

The NBA is starting to heat up with just two months into the season. It has been full of injuries but here are the latest NBA news and updates including the return of Jeremy Lin, Victor Oladipo's injury, Ben Simmons making progress and more.

by Paul E. Davidson

Kristaps Porzingis

Why the Los Angeles Lakers Passed on Drafting Kristaps Porzingis

Before a rash of injuries hit the Los Angeles Lakers, they surpassed every preseason expectation with their renewed identity exemplified by ball movement and a much faster pace belonging to the new brand of NBA basketball. Starting point guard D’Angelo Russell is viewed as one of the key cogs in the Lakers’ youth movement, but a troublesome left knee has kept him out of 12 games so far this season. Recently, reports have come out suggesting why the Lakers opted for the Ohio State standout instead of drafting Latvian unicorn Kristaps Porzingis, who Los Angeles had a lot of trouble with during their 118-112 loss to the New York Knicks Sunday, where the Knick forward had 26 points, 12 rebounds and seven blocks.

by Timothy Jay Ibay

Steve Francis

Former NBA Star Steve Francis Jailed on Burglary Charge

Embattled former NBA star Steve Francis has had a slew of recent run-ins with the law. He was arrested for driving under the influence in Houston a few weeks ago—even threatening revenge on the arresting officers. And on Monday, the former Houston Rockets franchise player turned himself in for a burglary of an unoccupied conveyance charge in Florida. According to jail records, the charge is a third degree felony that can see Francis jailed up for up to five years.

by Timothy Jay Ibay

DeMarcus Cousins

NBA Rumors: DeMarcus Cousins to Boston Celtics trade getting traction

DeMarcus Cousins has been linked the most with the Boston Celtics. The two teams have not confirmed if they are indeed talking about a possible deal. However, one source claims Cousins to Boston is getting traction.

by Paul E. Davidson

Paul George

NBA Rumors: Pacers, Pistons working on a blockbuster Paul George trade?

The Indiana Pacers have been underwhelming this season after making several moves to make them legitimate playoff contenders. The result of it is Pacers superstar Paul George getting linked to many trade rumors including a blockbuster deal with the Detroit Pistons.

by Paul E. Davidson

D'Angelo Russell

Los Angeles Lakers News: D’Angelo Russell, Nick Young Return from Injuries

The Los Angeles Lakers got some good news Sunday after starters D’Angelo Russell and Nick Young returned to action after missing several games due to injuries. Russell missed 11 straight games with a sore left knee that required a platelet-rich plasma injection, while Young missed seven games with a strained calf.

by Timothy Jay Ibay

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NBA News: Kobe Bryant Gives Carmelo Anthony Advice on How to Deal with Phil Jackson

It’s no secret that New York Knicks President Phil Jackson likes to take to the media to send messages to his players. He did it to Michael Jordan, he did it to Shaquille O’Neal, he even went at length about Kobe Bryant in one of his books. More recently, his latest star Carmelo Anthony has been the subject of his comments to the media. And now it seems the star forward has gotten some advice about how to understand Jackson from none other than Bryant.

by Timothy Jay Ibay

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