Friday, May 31, 2013

LeBron James has an extra pair of arms.

USA TODAY/Via: @steventurous


I guess our time on Earth is up now, we had a good run, guys. Love you all.

Craig Sager gives us an inside look into his ECF wardrobe.

Good lord, this man is out of control. I don't know even what's more ridiculous anymore, the clothes he wears, or the fact that he gets paid well enough to afford all of this. It's still the latter, right?

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: LeBron James gives a shout-out to his mom in Game 5.

HI, MOM. Via: SB Nation
Get your head straight guys. LeBron was obviously just giving a shout-out to his mom, after hitting a really long three in a pivotal Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals, to take a 3-2 series lead on the Indiana Pacers. He's definitely not trying to say something vulgar enough to get cut off on live television.

Chris "Birdman" Andersen knocks Tyler Hansbrough over.

Not siding on any team, but it's pretty cool that Birdman gets to stay in the game with only a flagrant 1 foul, after intentionally knocking Tyler Hansbrough to the floor. Grade A officiating there, whistle dudes.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Shane Battier's flops set to opera music.

It doesn't compare to the all-NBA version, but the use of music in this one is just as amazing.

Via: TBJ

Klay Thompson is a model for the new Washington State University onesie.

Gillian Pennington/Seattle Pi Sports
When a university comes up with a half-baked idea like creating a line of school branded onesie pajamas, the only right way to advertise them is to, of course get the alumni, who was once caught with the possession of marijuana, duh. I mean, it is only fitting. And possibly even more fitting that these things are called Swagga suits, made by the company, SWAG, which is short for Sweat Washington Athletic Gear. Yes, that is their actual name, I am not kidding. (Just like how WSU isn't kidding around with their use of acronyms.)

Via: NIS

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: The rare Gregg Popovich dance.

Coolest. Dude. Ever. Please lord, let the Spurs win this one. There's no way Pop can still dance like that without throwing a hip out, but I would still give anything for the possibility of another dance.

Quincy Pondexter scored a date with Miss Tennessee 2012 through twitter.

A wise man on TV once told me that "love speaks louder than words," so I just going to let Quincy Pondexter's tweets tell the story of how a simple question on twitter scored him a date with Miss Tennessee.

Boom. And that's how you do it, kids. Who knows, maybe someday this first date will blossom into the greatest love story of our generation, and they will one day, get a chance to explain to their kids, the story of how they met. Of course, by that time, twitter probably won't be around anymore. So the kids (assuming they will have multiple children) will have no idea what they are talking about; when you say that Daddy got his first date with Mommy with just three messages on a social platform that only allows a 140 characters per message. The kids won't get it at first, but once they realized their dad could spit hotter fire than five Dylans combined, Quincy will be immortalized and worshiped as a God among men, or at least the coolest dad in the world.

Via: Grizzly Bear Blues

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Chris Bosh is preparing for Game 5 with cartoons and cereal.

Steve Mitchell/USA TODAY Sports
LeBron James wasn't the only Heat that suffered a mild ankle sprain during the third quarter of Heat's Game 4 loss to the Indiana Pacers, his pet T-Rex, was also a victim of the excessive stretching of the ankle muscles. But unlike LeBron, who walked it off in a matter of seconds (resembling the regenerative skills of a cyborg), Bosh took a little more time laying on the floor (because he has an actual pain threshold), before returning to play in the 4th quarter without out any signs of struggle.

While our favorite video bomber declined to go into detail about his injured right ankle after the game, he did assure us that he was fine and would be ready in time for Game 5. From ESPN:
“It's not [an] issue,” Bosh said. “It's the playoffs. You're going to have ups and downs. It's not about what happens, but it's about how you respond. I'm just going to watch some cartoons, eat some cereal and get ready for Game 5.” 
Chris Bosh is right, not just about basketball, but life in general. I can't remember the last time eating cereal and watching cartoons didn't solve my problems. Then again, the last time I did that was when I was in elementary school and the only thing I really worried about was, not waking up early enough to catch the entire Saturday cartoon marathon. Still, he has a point. In fact, I think I am going to do that right now. You know, for Bosh.

Shaq has his own line of sodas now.

I wonder which one is Kobe's favorite? Via: @SHAQ
There are a few things very wrong about this:

  1. AriZona made an actual line of Shaq sodas.
  2. Shaq's face is on it.
  3. It's creepy.
  4. There are real people that will drink it.
  5. Shaq is for some reason, still very marketable, which means he will likely stay on "Inside the NBA" for a very long time. /Cries
  6. Cream sodas are super gross. (Especially when warm.)

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: The LeBron James and David West Double Flop.

This flopping thing is SPIRALING out of control, AMIRITE? Via: Deadspin
"I don't need to flop. I play an aggressive game. I don't flop. I've never been one of those guys." - An actual thing LeBron said in the Chicago Bulls series. It's okay though, he probably forgot, after all LeBron has always been a man of his word. And you, David West, you... I would say something about you, but I am too scared of the possibility that you might track me down and rip my head off (you know, because he is a real assassin), so I am just going to pretend like this never happened.

LeBron James sneaks up on George Hill for the monster block.

LeBron can't possibly be a human. I mean, he just sprained his ankle a few possessions ago, and he still managed to pull that block off. There might not any conclusive evidence, but I am pretty sure he is a cyborg.

Target acquired. Bionic limbs activate.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Lionel Hollins really wants Jerryd Bayless to take a seat.

TAKE A SEAT. Via: SB Nation
I would be mad too if Lionel Hollins puts his super gross fingers on me. I don't blame you, Jerryd Bayless. Yes, you should listen to your coach, but you have to speak up for yourself in the appropriate situation. Nobody wants to be anywhere near those fingers.

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: T-Mac and Spurs hug Tim Duncan.

Tim's backpack must be heavy with all that carrying to do.Via: SB Nation

Manu Ginobili's beautiful bounce pass through Tayshaun Prince's legs.

Goodness, Manu Ginobili is a genius. He hasn't been all that great in this postseason, (probably because he is just taking it easy on the mortals, before revealing himself as a deity in the battle against a certain cyborg and his pet T-Rex) but he is always good for something ridiculous like this per game.

Monday, May 27, 2013

The Science behind LeBron James.

Yep, this confirms it, LeBron is a cyborg. Beep Boop Beep.

Metta World Peace sings along to Rihanna's "Diamonds" in his car.

Between his bizarre food analogy tweets and local weather report appearances in the Lakers' early exit from the playoffs, I kind of wish to Metta never makes it past the first round ever again. The internet needs more gold and there is nobody else better at delivering it. Trust.

Mario Chalmers throws the ball out of bounds off Roy Hibbert's head.

TAG. YOU'RE IT. Via: @cjzero
With Roy Hibbert being 7'2" and all, there's a lot of anatomy to throw the ball at, unfortunately Mario Chalmers had no other choice but to go for the head during his short bit of hang time. Sorry, not sorry?

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: Dwyane Wade's flop on Ian Mahinmi.

Okay, now this is getting ridiculous. But for the sake of NBA's image, let's just say his "knee" gave out.

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Dwyane Wade's prison themed orange suit.

MY EYES. Via: @cjzero
Just when you thought Dwyane Wade couldn't wear anything worse, he steals an orange jumpsuit from the pen and slimmed it down. Come on, dude.

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: Zach Randolph does weird stretches.

That's not how the heimlich is done. Via: @cjzero
Heyyy there, what are you two doing...?

Gregg Popovich is really worried about "turnovers" in his interview.

Considering the Spurs gave up the ball 8 times to the Grizzlies for a total of 8 steals in the first quarter, I think Coach Pop's answer is very appropriate.

Via: BLS

Tim Duncan's kick ball return to Marc Gasol's face.

Okay, Tim. I know the UEFA Cup was on earlier before your game, but a western conference finals game on the road, is not the right place and right time to practice your kick.

Friday, May 24, 2013

Kobe Bryant's "Forever BIG" NBA Finals Promo.

Ah, the good old number 8, Kobe should have never changed his number. Still not sure why the NBA is making these NBA finals promos for players that didn't even make it past the first round of the playoffs. It's cool, I guess.


Glad to have you back in the league, T-Mac. Happy 34th Birthday, dude.

Javale McGee does the jerk.

What's better than a 7 footer doing the jerk? Javale McGee doing the jerk, DUH. (Slow day, guys.)

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Amir Johnson meets the Miami Google team.


Jerry Stackhouse takes a look back at his best NBA fights.

It doesn't matter if he is one of the first human beings to walk on Earth (you know, cause old), just don't mess with Jerry Stackhouse.

Paul George in his green 70's themed "amoeba" shirt.

Nah, bruh. Via: @SoleCollector
Normally, I would rip a player for wearing something like that, but with everything that happened in yesterday's game, between his late game heroics and defensive lapse, I am going to give Paul George a pass. It doesn't mean that his teammates can't share his thoughts on George's choice of clothes though.

Really? Those pants? Via: @cjzero
I complete agree, Roy Hibbert.

Random NBA .GIFs: David West and Roy Hibbert receives crushing blows to their groins.

Ugh. If you don't mind, can you please excuse me for a minute, while I curl up in my sheets and cringe for the victims above. WHY WON'T IT STOP REPLAYING? Maybe putting up these .gifs weren't such a great idea. STOP ALREADY. I CAN FEEL THE IMPACT. *pukes everywhere*

Via: SB Nation and @cjzero

LeBron James drives past the Pacers for the game winner in OT.

A triple-double and the game winner. LEBRON JAMES IS NOT A HUMAN BEING. THIS DOES NOT COMPUTE.

Memphis Grizzlies vs. San Antonio Spurs Game 2 Recap and Analysis.

USA Today
In spite of Memphis's valiant comeback effort in the second half to force overtime, the hole they dug themselves early into the game was just too big to overcome, as the San Antonio Spurs win 93-89 to take a 2-0 lead in the series.

The Grizzlies were off to a better start in game 2, holding the Spurs to only 18 points in the first quarter, after allowing 31 in their first meeting. Their defense was without a doubt an improvement over whatever it was in game 1. On pick and roll coverage, they switched appropriately, and hedged in small doses (Memphis should never hedge hard in any scenario due to their bigs' lack of athleticism, and inability to move laterally for more than a step). They reduced over-helping on penetration, rotated well for the most part, and thankfully, the Spurs didn't hit a million threes.

Defensive adjustments aside, I am disappointed in Lionel Hollins for making absolutely zero changes to the starting line up and offense until the second half. Don't get me wrong, Tayshaun Prince and Tony Allen are great defenders, but for what they give you on that end of the floor, it is not worth keeping if it means decimating your offense. Especially, Tayshaun, who has completely disappeared in this series, making no impact on either end of the floor. Same could be said for Tony Allen, but with everything he did at the end of this game, I will give him a pass. Still, he should never do anything on offense that requires dribbling.

Playing these together, falls right into San Antonio's game plan and worse, it gives away any space for Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol to work in. The Spurs are more than happy to help off, of the two most offensively plagued Memphis players to double down on the bigger threats. And it is not even just Prince and Allen, the Spurs don't care who is in at the 2 and 3 spot, they are willing to sacrifice open looks, as long as they have Zach and Marc contained in the low post. Hollins has to make San Antonio pay, by playing his more offensively equipped players (Bayless and Poindexter), which he did later, contributing to the second half comeback.

In the second quarter, the Spurs, led by Tony Parker, who finished with 15 points (6-20), 5 rebounds and a career high 18 assists, went on a tremendous run to end the first half with a 15 point lead over their opponents. The Grizzlies, without Mike Conley (18 points (6-14), and 4 assists) due to foul trouble, were out of sync. They reverted back to their old bad defensive habits, and couldn't even buy a single bucket in the quarter, shooting 24 percent from the field. They scored only 1 point (Jerry Bayless's made free throw) in the last 4:44 of the second quarter, getting outscored 31 to 18. The Spurs did most of their damage on the open floor, scoring with ease in transition to take advantage of the slow-footed Memphis team.

But things would take a quick turn in the third quarter, as both teams took turns trading blows, hitting everything in sight. Despite of this, the game still never felt close, even when the Grizzlies cut the lead to 10 to end the third. That is, until the Spurs' 4th quarter collapse.

With the success of the Conley, Bayless, Poindexter, Randolph, and Gasol line-up, the Grizzlies slowly trimmed the lead, while holding their own on defense. Bayless, who was supposedly the defensive burden of the group, stepped up big in the most critical stretch, and scored 18 points on 18 shots off the bench to give the Grizzlies a boost in the shooting department. On the other end, the Spurs went stone cold, shooting 21 percent from the field for only 9 points in all 12 minutes of the quarter. Memphis had 21 points. I don't know if San Antonio was rattled or tired, but when Boris Diaw entered the game for Tim Duncan, who left the game with 5 fouls, they just didn't look like themselves. They made defensive errors and stopped doubling down on Z-BO for short periods and he took advantage, completing a huge and-1 play to cut the lead to 4 with 52 seconds to play. Soon after that, Manu Ginobili turns the ball over, pulls Tony Allen down in mid-air for a flagrant 1 foul, costing his team total of 4 points (Allen's free throws, followed by Mike Conley's game tying floater) and the game was headed to overtime.

There wasn't much to say in overtime, both teams were gassed at this point, and the only well rested player left was Tim Duncan. He went off for 6 of the Spurs' total 8 points in OT, grabbed 2 boards and got a potential game saving block on Gasol to give his team a 2-0 series lead before heading to Memphis for game 3 on Saturday.

A Few Observations:

The Grizzlies have 2 distinct advantages: rebounding and defense. They out-rebounded the Spurs 60 to 46 in this game, the main difference was on the offensive glass, where they won 19 to 4, but Memphis only scored on 4 of those rebounds, that's 8 points on 19 offensive rebounds. They have to make the best out of these opportunities if they want to move on to the next round. On defense, as long as they can be their 'second-best in the league at defending threes in the regular season' selves, they will be okay.

It maybe too late, but Memphis should try a defensive scheme similar to Indiana, where they force every drive into their best defensive player. With the Spurs constantly exploiting Zach Randolph on the pick and roll, it might be wise to do that with Marc Gasol, since he is rarely targeted on those plays.

Kenyon Dooling should not see a minute in this series, at his age, he gives the Grizzlies nothing, and if I am Lionel Hollins, I am not sure if I would be okay with a Dooling and Bayless perimeter line of defense.

Last thing, I would love Ed Davis to play Darrell Arthur's minutes. Between the two, Ed is arguably the better offensive player (Darrell hasn't been the same since his injury), and is definitely more physically gifted to defend against the smaller Spurs line up. Ed's length and speed would be a huge improvement over Darrell in any pick and roll situations.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Kevin Durant's back tattoo contains a misspelling.

Via: Kevin Durant's Instagram
Yea, it spells mautre instead of mature in the last bit. Oopsie. Just don't do a Google search for "mautre," it is not actually a word and you may or may not regret the search results. If you are at work, I definitely suggest against it.

Via: BDL  

The Memphis Grizzlies misses seven consecutive layups in one possession.

Had the Grizzlies scored on one of their 7 attempts, they would have only finished with 3 points (including Jerryd Bayless's made free throw) in the last 4:44 of the second quarter. They shot 24 percent from the field in that quarter, and 26 percent for the half. Yea, it was bad.

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: The Matt Bonner and Zach Randolph Jump Ball.

Gravity is a jerk. Via: @cjzero
Amazing display of hang time by both players, but there was no way Z-Bo was going to out-jump the former high school dunk contest champion.

Quincy Poindexter rises above Boris Diaw for the poster jam.


Tuesday, May 21, 2013

The Los Angeles Lakers 2012-2013 Season Blooper Reel.

They would have included every moment of the Lakers' season, but that would be too long of a blooper reel. BURN.

DeAndre Jordan re-enacts his dunk on Brandon Knight.

Sorry Brandon Knight, as much as I want to feel bad for you, and I really do, I guess. I just can't seem to find a single shred of sympathy to do so. This is just too good.

Get out of the way next time, dude. Or not, totally up to you.

Monday, May 20, 2013

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: Tim Duncan hides his frustration in his jersey.

Only a real role model would cover his face up as he says every curse word in the English language. BLEEP. Via: Bleacher Report/Reddit
Bad Tim Duncan, go into your jersey - Joey Crawford, probably.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Knicks' Kenyon Martins pulls the chair on David West.

Classic. But had David West not lose his balance like a 5 month old baby, Amare Stoudamire would have been forced to play help defense, and we all know how that would end up.

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: J.R. Smith ties his shoe during the game.

J.R. BEING J.R. Via: SB Nation
This is appropriate.

Via: SB Nation
No, Mike Woodson, strangulation is not legal.

Roy Hibbert stops Carmelo Anthony at the rim with a monster block.

Roy Hibbert will have none of your silly poster attempts, Carmelo Anthony. GET THAT HOT GARBAGE OUT OF HERE.

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Tony Allen gets jiggy in his Western Conference Finals photo shoot.

Between the hustle he brings to the court and his off court contributions to his local community (I still cannot forgive him for botching the lyrics of Montell Jordan's "This Is How We Do it."), it is really hard to not like Tony Allen.

Metta World Peace does yoga during his local weather report.

Yep, Metta World Peace has completely lost his mind. Maybe, he should start considering seeing real professional therapists, instead of kids, because that doesn't seem to be working out so well.

Dwyane Wade surprises high school senior at prom.

Poor dude, never would he have thought that he would be sharing his prom date on the biggest night of his life. The worst part is, even if Dwyane Wade only stayed for one dance, it is more than enough to take away the mind his date for the rest of the night. You know he is not getting anything but a sympathy kiss on the cheek at the end of the dance. Stay strong, my man.

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: Joakim Noah licks his chops.

Tight Knot BUNS. Via: @cjzero
Hey Laaaaadddiiiiieeeeesssss.

Friday, May 17, 2013

Michael Jordan threw away a pair of Bow Wow's Allen Iverson signature shoes.

I think we all remember the legendary crossover that marked the start of Allen Iverson's ground breaking NBA career, because according to Bow Wow, it sure doesn't seem like Michael Jordan has forgotten. (For those of you that maybe younger or have just started to follow NBA basketball, Allen Iverson crossed up Michael Jordan in 1997, his rookie year.)

(Bow Wow) I’m  actually real cool with his sons, Marcus and Jeffrey…I would say, we kinda grew up together. Being on tour, every time we came to Chicago, even at the age of like 15, they would come around and we just clicked. 
There’d be times I stayed over at the family, ya know, Mr. Jordan’s house…actually a funny story, I actually wore some Iverson’s to their house…and Michael Jordan woke us all up and was like ‘Whose is these?’…and I was like ‘they’re mine’…and I never saw My A.I.’s after that moment. I was in some Jordan’s going down to play some basketball.

To be fair, Bow Wow kind of deserved it for wearing Allen Iverson's jersey through out "Like Mike," while schooling dudes in his magical Michael Jordan sneakers. And probably also for making me think he was the coolest dude in early 2000's. (Don't give me that look. Mind you, I was still in elementary school at that time. It was a very normal thing.)

Via: BDL

Dirk Nowitzki's "Forever BIG" NBA Finals Promo.

Not exactly sure why they made a Dirk promo considering the fact that his team didn't even make the playoffs, but this is already better than their "We Are Watching" stock footage promos.

P.S. Where can I get one of those Dirk action figures? It better comes with a mini comb for managing his luscious locks.

Memphis Grizzlies "We Don't Bluff" Anthem.

Great, as if "WHOAAAAA, I JUST WANT TO FEEL THIS MOMENT," and "Cause all we got is right now," wasn't enough. I am disappointed in you, NBA.

Kobe Bryant dove into a sea full of sharks for no real reason.

Yes, this really happened, and no one is surprised. At all.

Via: @heidiburgett
Of course he did. This is exactly the thing Kobe would do, because he is a complete psychopath. I am also pretty sure this breaches his contract. Oh welp.

Via: BDL

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: Chris Copeland and Tyson Chandler fails to connect on a high five.


J.R. Smith is a ballet dancer.

No context necessary. Just treasure it. This is as iconic as a photo can get.

THAT FORM. Via: @TheKnicksWall
If you really want to know, it's J.R. Smith, he shot at the buzzer, he missed. Also got fouled, hitting only 2 of his 3 free throws. Duh.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

The time Jalen Rose dunked on Michael Jordan.

Man, I don't know who is in charge of the animations, but whoever you are, these are amazing. Oh, the story is cool too, even if Jalen Rose stretched the truth a little. He was actually ejected with 4 minutes remaining in the game with 27 points. He also forgot to mention that his team ended up losing by 20 points.

The science behind Stephen Curry's jumper.

Pssshhh, I can do better than that .....on my regular size, 8 foot nerf hoop. Okay, even that is a little bit of a stretch for me, but there is no good reason for ESPN to not do a sport science breakdown of my off-the-wall-360-between-the-legs dunk. I got hops for days, dudes.

Jerryd Bayless hits an 80 foot, near full court shot after the buzzer.

I guess you can say that shot went from one bay to another. YEAAAAA. Not sorry.

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: Nick Collison fails miserably to euro-step around Marc Gasol.

Good job, good effort. Via: SB Nation
How dare you enter the mouth of the beast with an offensive move that came from the continent of his origin? Silly Americans. (It's funny, because I am Canadian, but not really, considering the amount of Canadian talent produced. Please save us from this hockey hole, Andrew Wiggins. Our desperation is at an all time high.)

Tony Allen accidentally threw his warm up shirt during Derek Fisher's three.

Tony Allen was just trying to be a gentleman by throwing the metaphorical towel (in this case, shirt) for the Thunder. It just happened to be during a Derek Fisher three that ended up costing Memphis 4 points (Derek's 3 + technical shot). Super weird call.

Tayshaun Prince soars past the entire Thunder squad for the nasty jam.

Hey Ben Stiller, where ever you are, thank you for bringing Tayshaun Prince back to life and letting him out of the museum to dunk on a few dudes. He deserves to roam through the court one last time.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Baby dressed up as a mini Chris "The Birdman" Andersen.

AGAIN? Via: alxndrbalaez
As much as I would like to applaud the detail of the baby's paint-on tattoos, this is not right. Seriously, parents? I want to know what part of this is a great idea. I mean I once dressed up as Green Goblin because my parents could not afford the Spiderman costume, but this is a little extreme.

Via: BDL

Metta Tweets: Knicks-Pacers Ketchup Analogy.

Metta World Peace doesn't have much to do nowadays, with the Lakers being out of the playoffs and everything, so he has been spending most of his time on twitter, entertaining us with rather interesting analogies during games. I wish could just copy and paste his entire timeline on here, but that could potentially cause an overload, so instead, I did you guys the favor of grabbing the best bits. Enjoy.

As insane as he sounds, Metta has a point. Ketchup is a vital part of your cheeseburger, without it, you are left with a dry piece of meat. So, what does it actually have to do with the Knicks and Pacers? I am not exactly sure. The Pacers are obviously the better team, with or without ketchup. Oh well, let's just hope Metta keeps things weird on twitter.

Blake Griffin has been wearing a giant gold chain everywhere.

Via: Beyond The Buzzer
No, I don't know why. Perhaps this has something to do with the Clippers' religious obsession over Trinidad James's "All Gold Everything" song. Whatever the reason is, I hope he will go back into the past, 10 years from now in a KIA commercial, and make fun of him for it.

Russell Westbrook's new Champs Sports TV Spot.

I am not all too sure what this commercial is really about either, maybe this is a dress like me, play like me kind of thing. The CGI Russell Westbrook head in the beginning was really weird though.

Tracy McGrady's spectacular 26 seconds against the Golden State Warriors.

T-MAC IS BACK, YOU GUYS. It's no 13 in 33, but one assist from a classic T-Mac clear out (still drawing defenses like his younger self) and a chase-down block in 26 seconds, finishing with a total of 2 rebounds, 1 assist and 2 blocks in 4 minutes of play, I don't know if there is a player with better fantasy value on the market right now. 

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: Mike Woodson's Soulless Blank Stare.

No, it will never get old. Via: SB Nation
Go ahead, look at it. Look deep into the cold dark abyss that are his eyes. Coaching J.R. Smith will do this to you.

Kawhi Leonard yams one down on Harrison Barnes.

Mark Jackson said "God has his hands all over his team (Golden State Warriors)," if only he knew those hands were really KAWHI'S GOD HANDS (Get it? Because you know, Kawhi Leonard's hands are abnormally huge. No? Okay, I will leave now.)

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Amir Johnson's first and second pitch for the Blue Jays were equally terrible.

The bounce pass is cool, but I am pretty sure that's not how baseball works.

The Inside the NBA crew clowns Charles Barkley's time on the Reggie Miller show.

I guess the eyebrow obsession wasn't just something Chuck picked up recently. Man, those things were wicked.

Dwyane Wade does not do full length pants.

NO, JUST NO. Via: SB Nation
Seriously? First, the flower jacket and now you won't even put on pants that will cover up your legs? No wonder your knee won't heal, how is it suppose to, when you wear pants that cut off blood flow to your lower limbs. Look, Dwyane, I am sure you are a nice guy and has a lot of friends, but whoever let you out of the house in whatever that is, needs to be out of your life (and fav 5). Permanently.

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: Kendrick Perkins's flop on Marc Gasol.

WHO SHOT HIM? Via: @cjzero
Considering how good Nick Collison was last night against the Grizzlies, I highly doubt Memphis hired a sniper to take down Kendrick Perkins, because the real target is little bit more to the right. Which leaves his teammates as the only possible remaining suspects. Scott Brooks's loyalty to his veterans might have cost the Thunder a few games, but you guys didn't have to shoot him, even if it is a great salary move for the future. 

Bulls' Marquis Teague scores one for the Miami Heat.

Miami Heat - 88, Chicago Bulls - 65 (A franchise playoff low). As if the Heat needed the extra boost of offense.

 He must have seen the names left on his active roster. Via: @cjzero
The Tom Thibodeau struggle, y'all.

Monday, May 13, 2013

Chris Bosh repeatedly rubs his butt in the Heat's pregame huddle.

Oh Chris Bosh, you are so weird.

Kobe Bryant looking smooth on crutches with his tuxedo and medical boot.

Via: Reddit
Take notes, young bloods, you can never go wrong with a nice suit. Just remember to never agree to an all white photo shoot with the Los Angeles Times magazine. Trust me, it's not a good idea.

The Best Bloopers of the 2013 NBA Season.

You have probably seen most of it on the blog already, but its never a bad idea to relive them.

Random NBA .GIF of the Day: Manu Ginobili breaks Harrison Barnes's ankles.

He missed the shot, but anytime a 65 year old breaks a set of 20 year old ankles, it's a highlight to me. That and of course, it was MANU GINOBILI. Anything good that involves Manu is a highlight. (This series is totally not helping in terms of justifying my unhealthy love for him. I miss you, long hair Manu.)