Top 10 NBA Websites: 2015 Playoffs

The NBA Playoffs have been very exciting this season and I am officially a full-time fan again.  Here are 10 great websites for the 2015 NBA Playoffs.

ESPN First Take

ESPN First Take features Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith...need we say more?  Our favorite ESPN First Take video showed Magic Johnson discussing who would win between Michael Jordan and LeBron James.

Bleacher Report

Bleacher Report was founded in 2007 by four friends and sports fans from California.  Our favorite video from the site was Game of Thrones, NBA Edition, which featured LeBron James and Derrick Rose.

Hoops Hype

Hoops Hype was created in 2002 and offers great blogs from current and former NBA players.  Our favorite Hoops Hype video covered Kevin Love's injury.


FreeDawkins recently opened a new channel dedicated to vintage videos.  Both channels offer entertaining NBA highlights.  Our favorite video shows Kyrie Irving's highlights vs the San Antonio Spurs.

Bball Breakdown

Bball Breakdown is the most popular YouTube channel dedicated to basketball fundamentals.  The site offers great coverage of the NBA Playoffs but our favorite video shows secrets that will improve your jump shot.

GD Factory Clips

GD Factory Clips offers great NBA highlights on a consistent basis.  Our favorite video is a throwback of Michael Jordan vs. Kobe Bryant.


Grantland was created in 2011 by Bill Simmons and it features Jalen Rose and Wesley Morris.  In our favorite video, the good folk at Grantland predicted that LeBron James and the Miami Heat would not 3-peat.


Baldur is an NBA fan from Iceland that provides great NBA videos on his YouTube channel.  Our favorite video shows the Top 40 all-time Dunk Contest dunks.

Slam Magazine

Slam Magazine has been covering the NBA for 20 years.  Our favorite video shows a rare Derrick Rose interview.


How can you have a list of the Top 10 NBA YouTube Channels without including the official NBA YouTube channel?  Our favorite video show LeBron tackling a fan after the fan made a shot worth $75,000.


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