If you paid attention to Twitter at all yesterday, you might have caught wind of this. The Houston Rockets are one of the teams in the running for Mr. Dwight Howard, and well Slim Thug really wants him there. Houston should offer him a recruiting job after this amazing selling job.
Professional athletes always get the coolest toys first. Follow Victor Oladipo on Draft Day thanks to Google Glass.
Knicks superfan Spike Lee is known for his court side antics as well as his shoe game. In honor of the 2013 Playoffs, Lee had a custom pair of Cole Haan Lunargrand’s made. They feature an orange upper with jersey mesh print on the toe and are finished off with a Knicks blue Lunar midsole. Other notable details include a custom “SL” logo on the heel, an old school Knicks logo on the right insole, and a pixelated Mars Blackmon logo on the left insole. I never knew orange dress shoes could look so cool.
This is definitely a book I need for the coffee table. I can’t even imagine the greatness that this book is filled with. Right now it’s just available for pre-order, look for it to release on May 21st.
I first saw this on Sportscenter, and was kind of shocked at Durant’s blatant rip-off from when LeBron tackled that one fan. Then, I watched this, and got the whole story. Apparently the dude asked Durant to tackle him. The craziest thing about the video is the fact that was a $20,000 shot.
I don’t know why it took me so long to realize how much great material is on the NBA YouTube channel. They are constantly updating it, and a lot of it is awesome stuff. Here’s a video they put together for some of the best bloopers during the month of February.
I didn’t watch the Clippers game last night, but at one point I checked my Twitter, and there was about 50 people talking about the DeAndre Jordan dunk. Someone actually changed Brandon Knight’s Wikipedia page to say he died last night. You can see an image of that after the jump.
Lob City continues to terrorize the NBA when it comes to ridiculous dunks. This time around Jamal Crawford serves up a between-the-legs pass to Blake Griffin, who does what he does, and just throws it down emphatically.