Overtime was there to watch the top player in the nation, Zion Williamson take a trip to play with other top high school prospects at the Team USA training facility in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Zion is still undecided where he will be playing ball next year. He holds an offer from just about every school […]
Nothing but love for Barstool Sports and what they are doing. Their international correspondent Donnie, has a hilarious segment called “Donnie Does” where he vlogs about different events all the way from China. This time he finally comes face to face with Stephon Marbury.
Will always enjoy Jamal Crawford chopping every player he plays in the Pro AM Leagues. This time, the Crawsover Pro AM got a little heated after a couple of hard fouls. As Expected, Jamal turned it up and proceeded to make everyone look stupid.
As a high schooler, Marvin Bagley has had the number one overall pick in the draft locked down for quite some time. The other day Marvin announced his commitment to Coach K and and the Duke Blue Devils. For someone who is CLEARLY ready for the NBA in high school, you cant help but wonder […]
@BallDontStop Nate Robinson laced them up at the Ball Don’t Stop Pro AM in Vancouver, Canada and absolutely killed it. Nate isn’t on an NBA roster anymore, but last we heard he is still doing his thing over seas.
How does this even happen? During the FIBA Womens World Cup, team Russia and team Spain both forget what basket they were shooting in. And how about the refs? It all starts when the ref hands the ball to the wrong team. Come on womens basketball, tighten up.
@ViceSports Isaiah Washington is the man behind the viral internet movement “JellyFam”. Jelly is the ability to finish smoothly at the basket, and Isaiah has a shit ton of it. Isaiah will be bringing all of his jelly to Minneapolis, Minnesota where he will lace them up for the Gophers next year.
The Ball family may have made the NBA Summer League the most popular it has ever been. Fans have missed out on some great basketball in the past. So just in case you never watched Lebron James tear up the Summer League as an 18 year old. Let us bring you back to 2003.