Kobe Bryant gives inspirational message to Gordon Hayward

By: Team Red Zone | 2 days ago

It was the NBA’s opening night in Cleveland last night, and one that one Los Angeles Lakers fan can seriously relate to. Gordon Hayward, starting in his debut with the Boston Celtics, saw it all fade away within the first few minutes. Hayward crumpled to the floor in a heap, his ankle hung limply in

Will LeBron James be loyal to Cleveland?

By: Team Red Zone | 3 days ago

The Cleveland Cavaliers have added some serious talent to their roster, so serious in fact that they have a legitimate shot at dethroning the Golden State Warriors should they meet for the fourth straight year in the NBA Finals. But not so fast, there’s a big black cloud hanging over the franchise and the city

Markelle Fultz to start on the 76ers bench

By: Team Red Zone | 4 days ago

We now know that 76ers point guard Markelle Fultz, who by the way was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, will not be in Philadelphia’s starting lineup on Wednesday night when the team opens its season. Wizards coach Brett Brown told the press on Sunday that since a knee issue  kept

Beyonce gets the nod to buy a stake in The Rockets

By: Team Red Zone | 1 week ago

Now that there is cash in the bank, Houston Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta has said ‘he’d rather not take on limited partners, but he would be willing to make an exception for pop superstar Beyonce.’ Fertitta told the press: “I prefer to own 100 percent.” Adding: “If somebody as special as a Beyonce or somebody

Michael Jordan donates $7m to open medical clinics

By: Team Red Zone | 1 week ago

Owner of the Hornets, Michael Jordan, is donating $7 million to launch two medical clinics in underserved Charlotte communities. This will be in one of the largest gestures ever from the basketball legend who has deep rooted ties to North Carolina. It is expected that Novant Health will announce on Monday Jordan’s personal gift. The

NBA cash in with $225m Rakuten deal

By: Team Red Zone | 2 weeks ago

The NBA have been attempting to improve their popularity in Asia for some time. With the recent pre-season games between the Minnesota Timberwolves and Golden State Warriors in China helping spread the league’s global influence, the NBA are now set to make a huge deal with Japanese tech firm Rakuten. A report from Sam Amick

Knicks GM Scott Perry talks of the team’s future

By: Team Red Zone | 2 weeks ago

The Knicks are different. They are no longer slaves to Carmelo Anthony or Phil Jackson and while New York will be basing the team around Kristaps Porzingis we ask, what are the plans? New Knicks GM Scott Perry wants the team to play hard and defend, and told reporters the following. “Fans in general respect