(Video) NBA: Russell Westbrook Says Winning the Scoring Title Doesn’t Mean ‘Sh*t’

The Oklahoma City Thunder had a pretty rough year with all the injuries and their playoff hopes came down to the final day of the regular season.  Though they beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 138-113, the New Orleans Pelicans also beat the San Antonio Spurs 108-103.  The Thunder and Pelicans hold the same 45-37 record but the Pelicans held the tie breaker and are heading to the playoffs with the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference.  It left MVP candidate Russell Westbrook understandably pissed off.

Sports: Larry Brown Says Kentucky Wildcats Would Make the NBA Playoffs in the Eastern Conference

The Kentucky Wildcats are undefeated and are currently the best team in college basketball.  With that title every year comes the question if they could beat the worst team in the NBA (usually an Eastern Conference team).  That question was asked this year as usual but Larry Brown took things a step further in his assessment.

NBA: Despite Passing On Head Coach Job, Steve Kerr Says Knicks Are a Playoff Team

Apparently even though he turned down a job as the Knicks head coach, Steve Kerr still thinks they have potential.  In fact he thinks they have so much potential that they’ll make it to the NBA playoffs this year.

(Photo) NBA: Toronto Newspaper Trolls Nets Old Age Players

The NBA playoffs are finally here!  The first game is up the Brooklyn Nets against the Toronto Raptors.  The Toronto Sun decided to make a funny joke about the older Nets players such as Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce.

(Photos) NBA: WOW, So This Is How The NBA Playoffs Would Go If It Were Up To Twitter

Twitter is such a powerful force. Not powerful enough to make the NBA playoffs go a certain way, but if it was based on twitter mentions alone, there would be some surprises throughout. Some of the favorites would be knocked out early if it were up to the fans. Twitter put together a bracket based on team mentions since the start of the season. Hit the jump to see the image and who has the loudest fans. It is pretty dope. If you are a Miami Heat hater though, just look away now.

NBA: Blake Griffin Stops Using Social Media, Addresses Haters From The Golden State Warriors

The heat is already rising between the Los Angeles Clippers & Golden State Warriors ahead of their first round playoff matchup. It is no secret that these two teams do not like each other after their meetings this season which were all very physical, chippy and led to multiple players being ejected during the different games. A normally quiet member of the Warriors decided it was time to throw a jab towards Blake Griffin and he is just brushing them off.

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