The Portland Trail Blazers have an opportunity to clinch a spot in the 2019 NBA Playoffs and finish a four-game homestand undefeated when they host the Brooklyn Nets Monday night at the Moda Center. Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.
ALL TIME: Trail Blazers lead, 63-24IN PORTLAND: Trail Blazers lead, 36-7AT THE NETS: Trail Blazers
It was kind of funny to see Jeremy Lamb and Kemba Walker sink the Raptors at this time of year having covered them rising to the occasion in late-March-early-April years ago at the Final Four.
Walker usually does you in with his shooting, but he was brutal in that regard, going just 3-for-17 from the floor.
While the NCAA Tournament is providing some thrills, the NBA's Jeremy Lamb just achieved the absurd. The Charlotte Hornets guard banked in a half-court shot to beat the host Toronto Raptors on Sunday, 115-114.
Just how ridiculous was his heave? Watch it below.
Jeremy Lamb with the wildest game-winner......ever? (via @SportsCenter) pic.twitter.com/uIGI6wHkfP- Sports Illustrated (@SInow)
Jeremy Lamb "never in a million years" thought his incredible shot from beyond half-court at the buzzer would prove to be a game-winner for the Hornets against the Raptors.
The swingman lost possession after taking an inbounds pass with 3.1 seconds remaining, but chased the ball down into the backcourt, turned and fired a hopeful effort
JEREMY LAMB kept the Charlotte Hornets' NBA Playoffs dream alive with a simply outrageous moment of magic.
The Hornets shooting guard, 26, launched an incredible shot from half-court with less than a second to play to help his side beat the Toronto Raptors away from home.
With 3.1seconds left on the clock, Charlotte were trailing 114-112 to
Jeremy Lamb 's banked in a desperation heave from halfcourt Sunday night, giving the Charlotte Hornets a stunning 115-114 road win against Toronto.
Pascal Siakam had poked the ball out of Lamb's hands, forcing him to launch from 48 feet away as time ran out.
"When I first shot it, it felt good, but in my head
Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lamb hit a 48 footer to win the game over Toronto on Sunday night, bringing some March Madness to Charlotte.
March Madness isn't just a college basketball thing, it's also an NBA thing, and Charlotte Hornets star Jeremy Lamb proved that on Sunday night after sinking a half-court heave to win
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Chennai: The DMK on Monday announced it was suspending well-known actor and senior party leader Radha Ravi for his alleged misogynistic remarks against popular South Indian actor Nayanthara.
His remarks at an event had created a furore, with actor Taapsee Pannu and director Vignesh Shivan hitting out at him. A video purportedly showing Radha Ravi making
By Amber Dodd
STARKVILLE - The Mississippi State Bulldogs (32-2) sent their seniors off to the Sweet Sixteen with an 85-61 win over the Clemson Tigers in the second round of the NCAA tournament in front of 9,944 fans.
"In church this morning my prayer was these seniors would have the chance to stand out there
Kai Sotto finally broke his silence with regards to his future, Monday morning. "Nakapag-decide na po ako at ang family ko, " the 16-year-old shared.
"I'll be leaving soon to start training full-time.
"I want to devote the next two to three years to single-mindedly focus on my goal of joining the NBA by 2021 or
MANILA-Kai Sotto has finally made his decision.
The towering seven-foot-two youngsters announced on Monday that he will forego his last two years at Ateneo De Manila High School as he sets his sights on the 2021 National Basketball Association Draft.
"I want to devote the next two or three years to single-mindedly focus on my goal of
Dugout Philippines (press release)
The Charlotte Hornets' Jeremy Lamb landed a ridiculous shot to beat the Raptors and keep his team's NBA playoff hopes alive. With the Hornets down 114-112 and the time clock down to the last two seconds, Lamb let rip with the crazily-ambitious half-court shot. It landed to give the Hornets a 115-114 win as Lamb
Philadelphia 76ers (47-26, third in the Eastern Conference) vs. Orlando Magic (35-38, ninth in the Eastern Conference)
Orlando; Monday, 7 p.m. EDT
BOTTOM LINE: Joel Embiid leads Philadelphia into a matchup against Orlando. He ranks fourth in the league averaging 27.5 points per game.
The Magic are 23-20 against Eastern Conference opponents. Orlando is 5-6
Is this the best buzzer-beater ever? Jeremy Lamb hits jaw-dropping shot from 48 feet to snatch win for Charlotte Hornets over Raptors Jeremy Lamb only had 3.1 seconds remaining when he launched hopeful shot It put Charlotte Hornets ahead 115-114 and gave team win over Toronto Raptors Jaw-dropping effort also kept up the chances of a playoff
MANILA, Philippines - Kai Sotto will be parting ways with the Ateneo Blue Eaglets to focus on his dream of reaching the NBA.
The 7-foot-2 wunderkind took to Instagram on Monday, March 25, to announce his keenly awaited decision.
"I'll be leaving soon to start training full-time," Sotto wrote. "I want to devote
Kai Sotto has finally made his decision.
The 7-foot-2 star of the Ateneo Blue Eaglets will now put all his efforts into pursuing his NBA dream.
"I'll be leaving soon to start training full-time," he wrote in a post on his Instagram account on Monday afternoon. "I want to devote the next two to three years to
The 7-foot-2 Sotto announced his immediate plan to leave the country and train overseas.
"Nakapag-decide na po ako at ang pamilya ko (My family and I have already decided). I'll be leaving soon to start training full-time," Sotto wrote on his Instagram account on Monday.
"I want to devote the next two to three years
It's official: Kai Sotto will be leaving the Philippines to focus solely on pursuing his NBA dreams.
In an Instagram post on Monday, the 16-year-old wunderkind announced his decision to head overseas for training.
"Nakapag-decide na po ako at ang pamilya ko. I'll be leaving soon to start training full-time. I want to devote the next two
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LOS ANGELES -- With the playoffs already out of the picture, LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers played
With the Lakers' playoff hopes extinguished earlier this week, they turned to the role of spoiler in their clash with division foe Sacramento.
LeBron James and Kyle Kuzma dropped 29 points apiece, while excellent team defense did the rest, as the Lakers shrunk the Kings' postseason odds with a 111-106 victory.
Per usual, James had his fingerprints