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).
During the Timberwolves-Nets game Wednesday night, Nets guard Jarrett Jack had no intention of going down as “The First Poster Of Andrew Wiggins’ Career”, so he chose something worse: “The Guy Who Tried To End Andrew Wiggins’ Rookie Season”. [cjzero]
Let’s take a moment and thank the Phoenix Suns for re-re-introducing super-human dunk machine Gerald Green into our lives. The former 18th overall pick (in the 2005 NBA draft) was a member of the last preps-to-pros class, and his career quickly descended down the path of “cautionary tale” as he bounced around to four teams
Okay, so Anthony Davis missed his first two field goal attempts before this, but let’s ignore that, because his first bucket (off a steal) is way more fun to talk about. Expect more — much more — of this over the next six months.
The interminable NBA preseason wrapped up Friday night, and a whole bunch of players appeared eager to end the meaningless slate with a bang. Of course, some of these are the result of a noticeable lack of effort on defense — to be expected after nearly a month of training camp and eight meaningless preseason
Aside from that one time Timofey Mozgov posterized Josh Smith, when it comes to dunking, the Denver Nuggets big man just can’t seem to win — whether he’s the dunker (see above) or the dunkee. [YouTube]
In the wake of the Paul George injury and preparing for an exhibition tour leading up to the FIBA World Cup, Team USA is taking some time off before resuming practice in Chicago on August 13th. In other words, it’s going to be an exceptionally slow week, in what is typically a dead month for