To anybody who went through it. To anybody who’s still going through it. This is for you. By Kevin Love.
To anybody who went through it. To anybody who’s still going through it. This is for you. By Kevin Love.
They’re out there putting in the work. Leading the way. Making things happen.
The Miami Heat OG Udonis Haslem joins Dorell Wright on Episode 4 of Text Message Talk Show.
MVP. Personal clothing line. Mixtape drop. Ja Morant and Jaren Jackson Jr. on their personal aspirations in the next 10 years.
Quentin Richardson and Nate Robinson join DWright on Episode 3 of Text Message Talk Show.
Between Ja Morant’s dunks and Jaren Jackson Jr.’s deep threes, the young stars make a fire duo. The two talk court chemistry.
To honor Kobe’s life and legacy, we’ve compiled our favorite stories about the Black Mamba.
Ja Morant and Jaren Jackson Jr. learned from experience: don’t ever wear a competitor’s shoe.
On Episode 2 of Text Message Talk Show, Dorell brings on his good friend and Miami legend Dwyane Wade.
If they weren’t in the gym, Jaren Jackson Jr. and Ja Morant were kicking it back with their teammates.
Why hasn’t Jaren Jackson Jr. dropped an album yet? “It’s too hot.” The power forward talks about his rap game with teammate Ja Morant.
If this were a normal NBA season, we’d probably have a normal NBA playoff preview planned. But this ain’t your average playoffs.
There was no doubt in Jaren Jackson Jr’s mind who would be the number two pick. He analyzes the rise of friend and teammate Ja Morant.
Ja Morant and Jaren Jackson Jr. make sure they always bring their best in the basketball game and in the fashion game.
Teammates Ja Morant and Jaren Jackson Jr. don’t mess around when it comes to dunking.
Yooo what’s up everybody it’s Dorell Wright aka DWrightUno!!! This is the Text Message Talk Show hosted by ya boy!
This moment that we are living in right now is more important than the NBA coming back.
A press release or statement from the team didn’t feel right. I needed to speak from the heart.
Jamal Crawford reflects his basketball journey. This is not an encore or a curtain call. This is the Blueprint.
It goes deeper than me just illegally parking. A lot deeper. So here’s my story.
Any racism at all, on any level, is worth confronting, and worth exposing, and worth speaking up about.
In America, living your life should not be a matter of life and death.
KEEP UP the noise. Keep protesting, marching. Keep demanding CHANGE in the STREETS.
It’s time to STEP UP. It’s time to draw a line in the sand and say that this shit is not O.K.
We gotta make it so you might not want to hear us ... but you damn sure gon’ listen.
From the chalk on the sidewalks to the graffiti at the train station, NYC takes art to another level.
Ph.D.–level knowledge can be acquired through life lessons and amazing teachers.
Every athlete, it seems, has a story about Michael Jordan.
At a time when I was on the fence as to what I was going to do, it was actually Coach K who convinced me to make the leap.
The WNBA’s sultan of swag, Tamera (Ty) Young joins the guys on this week’s Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles.
The plane incident in Miami? It’s on me. I own that.
Nate gets a taste of the Big Baller life at LaVar Ball's Chino Hills mansion.
When I left my apartment for the arena on the afternoon of March 11, everything seemed completely normal.
Una enfermedad contagiosa no elige a la víctima por su estatus social, ingresos, raza, religión u orientación sexual.
A contagious disease doesn’t judge the value of a victim by social status, income, race, religion or sexual orientation.
No longer would we not be able to go to a game as a family. All of my children could finally be accepted, accommodated and included.
It’s coming up on one year since I helped cut down the nets in Anaheim, one year since Texas Tech went to the Final Four for the first...
I just love Tallahassee. I love Florida State. That’s my place. I didn’t want to leave.
I’m no doctor, or no politician, or no public health expert. But I know one thing, man. We all got a responsibility to those kids.
You listen to the news, and you listen to social media and stuff like that, and it’s kind of like you don’t know what to do.
I wake up in the mornings like, "Damn, I don’t got nothing to do today."
I think I’m past the point of shock. For the most part, I’ve just been lying low and looking at my life through a different lens.
It’s like it’s the off-season, as far as our doing nothing. But mentally? It’s not the off-season.
Standing 7-feet tall, Tyson Chandler’s ability to make an impact on both sides of the floor is unmatched.
Anthony "Spice" Adams, Shawn Marion and Paul Pierce discuss how their risk-taking has evolved from their playing days to retirement.
Don’t worry about what anybody says. Don’t worry about how your boys react to it, or about what people got to say about it on social media.
I’m 37 now, a grown-ass man. So I can take all the jokes. People can say whatever they want. I’ll live.
The recently retired Z-Bo recounts some of his favorite memories of the NBA.
It just felt like I couldn’t get anyone’s attention. Maybe it’s because I didn’t have the size, or the flash.
"To anybody struggling right now, to anybody who feels like giving up, I’m telling you, just take one small step forward.”
I don’t care if you average 40, or if you’re supposed to be the best player in the world. I'm here to battle every night.
Eddy Curry and Nate Robinson join the Knuckleheads for a Christmas bonus episode.
Damian Lillard's iconic 37-foot buzzer-beater to eliminate OKC in the Western Conference playoffs was 20 years in the making.
People think they know how deep this goes. You really have no idea. Everything I am, it goes back to where I’m from.
Al Harrington joins the guys on the final episode of Season 2 of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles. The...
The toughest player I’ve ever guarded was definitely my dad. He used to kill me in the backyard growing up. He had no jump shot. No...
This week on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles, the fellas are joined by the one and only Glen “Big Baby” Davis.
The craziest part was how quiet everything got. It was like the air went out of the whole arena. Maybe I was just in shock, but I felt...
On the latest episode of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles, Suns legend Steve Nash follows up former Phoenix...
STAT, aka Amar'e Stoudemire, joins the show for another entertaining episode of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles.
That’s my mama, you know? She’s my superhero. Every day, I am trying to do something to make her proud. That’s what she deserves.
This week, Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles has a hip-hop flavor to it, as Brooklyn legend Fabolous joins the show....
I still can’t believe Dame hit that shot. I’ve had a whole off-season to reflect on last year’s playoffs, and I keep coming back to that.
We’re heading into this season with a team that I feel has a chance to be pretty special.
Easy Money Sniper is back for his second run in on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles.
One thing I know for sure is that just winning a championship won’t fulfill you. It doesn’t feel like the end of a journey.
“Mique” is a basketball treasure, and gives Darius and Q all they can handle in another great episode.
You know it’s never going to be over with a squad as deep and as tough as this one.
I hope that I can help move things another step forward and broaden the options for others.
Deandre Jordan welcomes Nate Robinson to his beautiful Malibu mansion to check out his garden and learn the vegan lifestyle.
Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles returns in a huge way, with Kobe Bryant, aka “the Mamba,” joining the fellas.
Get to know James Johnson beyond the game of basketball. Nate Robinson uncovers the power forward’s passions off the court.
Danny Green returns home to the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Queens, where he hopes to inspire kids to chase their dreams.
This was an extremely tough decision, and I hope people on both sides will take that the right way. I owe Charlotte everything, man.
I already know the first question you’re going to ask. “Donovan, why is your mom the guest editor for this story?”
“Taking the time to take it all in.” Heading into the NBA Draft, Cam Reddish makes sure he’s soaking in the moment.
For Jason Terry, fatherhood is about empowering his daughters so that they can achieve their dreams.
As crazy as it might sound, the NBA draft is going to be one the most difficult moments I’ve ever experienced.
One of the greatest honors of my basketball career so far, without a doubt, was winning the EuroLeague with Barcelona in 2010.
He’s only 24. And that should worry the rest of the league. Because he’s only just getting started.
I had never in my life seen anything like that. For real, hands down, it was the most incredible individual performance I've ever witnessed.
The legendary Cappie Pondexter shuts down Season 1 of Knuckleheads With Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles.
The Chris Bosh story, directed by Spike Lee. Hollywood, how bout it?!?!
D-Wade and the Knuckleheads go way back, and this episode dives deep into the career of one of the biggest stars in NBA history.
Clipper nation, stand up! Patrick Beverley joins Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles.
Udonis Haslem has Miami running through his veins, and his stories will give you an even better appreciation for the 305.
Wilson Chandler makes his first-ever podcast debut on Knuckleheads With Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles.
Utah Jazz teammates discuss the incident involving Russell Westbrook and a fan earlier this season.
People of color, they built this league. They’ve grown this league. People of color have made this league into what it is today.
And that’s when I started to get pretty freaked out.
One of the NBA’s best players has a lot to say. You will not want to miss Kevin Durant.
The one and only BD, Baron Davis, joins the guys for Episode 6 of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles.
I didn’t want to be Kris Humphries. It’s the craziest feeling in the world, not wanting to be yourself.
Kemba Walker talks about what it was like getting drafted by MJ, and how it’s been being around him on a daily basis.
Teammates Kyrie Irving and Jayson Tatum join to share their best Coach K stories, Kobe’s impact on their game, and more.
Get ready for the “Henny God” as Episode 3 of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles features the one and only J.R. Smith.
Episode 2 of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles is full of Hall of Fame perspective.
Quentin and Darius serve up laughs and good vibes with none other than special guest Jimmy Butler.
I’m close with a lot of women who love sports deeply — so if there is a day that is dedicated to them, I’m gonna know about it!
Dominique Wilkins, "The Human Highlight Reel," shares stories from his matchups with some of the NBA's all-time greats.
Any idiot can get married. Any idiot can be a father. An NBA title? That’s work. That’s worth crying over.
You didn’t think this was one of those fairytales where the kid gets some pep talk, and everything changes right? It REALLY isn’t that.
The Process — it was never about process, to me. It was always about people.
Somewhere in between my mistakes and my best self — that’s the real me. That’s the real AI.
“To me, policing hasn't gotten any better. We still have unarmed black people just being gunned down in their grandma's backyard.”
Two of the greatest athletes in the world, hanging out at the oldest basketball court in the world.
I’m about to tell you some real shit. Things I haven’t told anybody.
I liked challenging people and making them uncomfortable. That’s what leads to introspection and that’s what leads to improvement.
When it comes to basketball, the state of Indiana has no chill. They’re absolutely crazy about this sport. They’re crazy about this team.
I'll promise you this: You fought for us. For this team, this franchise, this city... and that's why we'll fight for you.
I was in New Orleans. Then I wasn’t anywhere. Then I called the Warriors. It was the best basketball decision I ever made.
It’s been a rocky start since I got here two years ago, and I put that on me.
"Hip-hop was the first place where I saw people using words in a way that I would identify as beautiful."
I feel like I'm the Kevin Bacon of basketball. I played on some amazing NBA teams in my career, like it was a series of guest appearances.
To put it really simple: If you don’t respect women’s basketball, you’re a joke.
Imagine it. I’m out there shooting bricks, yelling out Kobe, on a busted hoop in Cameroon. Seven years later, I was playing Kobe.
I want our girls to grow up knowing that there are no boundaries that can be placed on their futures, period.
I'm back home, Chicago. But I never really left. I’m just excited to be with y'all again.
It’s impossible to summarize what my time with the Spurs has meant to me, in a letter like this.
I know that I have a platform — why not use that influence for good? Rather than just kind of sitting on the sidelines.