Sometimes you just have to be rude, as was case for East Lansing senior Mikhail Myles against Lansing Everett this week.
Damian Lillard scored 34 points Sunday night against the Los Angeles Lakers, and the Trail Blazers needed every one of them, as the Western Conference’s second-worst team put up a valiant effort against the conference’s second-best team.
It’s been awhile since we’ve checked in on the Milwaukee Bucks and Giannis Antetokounmpo, aka The Greek Freak.
In this scene, I attempt to box out Greg Oden. His response, "Nah, I'll just dunk it." @daddyluv2250 A video posted by Jacob Beach (@jbeach4) on Dec 12, 2014 at 2:36pm PST In case you were wondering where in the world Greg Oden is, we can tell you — with 100% certainty — that he
Derrick Rose delivered an awesome late Christmas present to NBA fans on Saturday night, as he dunked a basketball for the first time in pretty much forever.
Damian Lillard scored a career-high 43 points in a wild triple-overtime game against the poor San Antonio Spurs, who had the distinct honor of being the first team since the Baltimore Bullets in 1951 to play consecutive 63-minute games.
Age ain’t nothin’ but a number…unless you’re Andre Miller.
Where’s Kevin Harlan and his “no regard for human life!” and “we just saw Man fly!” when you need it?
Yep, that just happened. [@_MarcusD_]
Donte Williams is a 6-foot-4 guard who plays for Redemption Christian Academy (Mass.). In a recent game, he soared over some hapless defender and threw down an absolute monster dunk, pretty much ending the career — and possibly life — of said defender.
No need for the three other point guards on his roster. Gerald Green’s got this. [.gif via Uproxx]
The Denver Nuggets beat the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night, 114-109, in a game that saw Derrick Rose play only ten minutes before heading to the sideline with a hamstring injury (the same hamstring that kept him out a few games last week).