If you are not following @NBAayy on Twitter, you are missing out on some very interesting NBA content, which is hard to find elsewhere. One of the latest nuggets to come out of the account are four graphics showing how LeBron James, Chris Paul, James Harden and Russell Westbrook perform after receiving their bi-weekly check
The post-game video bomb is as fine an NBA tradition as Gregg Popovich’s courtside interview so it was great to see that the NBA recently uploaded some of the best video bombs from the 2014-15 season to its YouTube channel. And while these may not reach the heights of Chris Bosh’s immortal videobombs, some of
Warriors to wear special championship jerseys on 10/27 to open season, get rings pic.twitter.com/t7YvgJJv05 — Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) October 1, 2015 The Golden State Warriors will wear special jerseys when the team plays its season opener against the New Orleans Pelicans on October 27th. Although subtle, the commemorative jerseys feature gold trim around the lettering
It's finally official. Welcome to the family, @JHarden13. #teamadidas pic.twitter.com/Pg9a71mnoe — adidas Basketball (@adidasHoops) October 1, 2015 James Harden has no excuses when it comes to wearing adidas sneakers now. The Rockets star shooting guard signed a blockbuster endorsement deal with adidas earlier this year but he was seen wearing some Air Jordans over the summer.
We are just going to leave the following Instagram videos right here, and let you decide what Mikhail Prokhorov is doing.
NBA media day covers a very wide spectrum of bad to very bad. The below is one of those things, we just aren’t sure which.
The Washington Wizards are bringing back 70’s Baltimore Bullets jerseys, and they really shouldn’t.
Vince Carter wants you to know that you suck at jumping and he is way better than you.
Everyone’s favorite NBA impersonator, Brandon Armstrong AKA @BdotAdot5, is back with what might be his best impression yet.
Apparently, Nik Stauskas can do it all.
.@DwyaneWade shows everyone how we do it at #HEATMediaDay https://t.co/DcsZuGREsl — Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) September 28, 2015 Dwyane Wade provided some entertainment at Heat Media Day by lip-syncing Montell Jordan’s “This Is How We Do It” in front of a green screen. Not only did he lip-sync it, but he did so a little too perfectly.
As a part of the team’s media day, Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut was given the reins to the team’s Twitter account for a small Q&A with fans. .@andrewbogut here to answer your #GSWMediaDay questions — Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) September 28, 2015 Bogut did not disappoint with his responses. Bogut began the Q&A