How many NBA players can you name that were drafted in the second round?
We’ve seen Dwight Howard do some accurate impressions in the past, but his newest one might be his best yet. The Houston Rockets big man sat down with the folks from Fandango and was asked to do an Arnold Schwarzenegger impression. It was perfect. A video posted by Dwight Howard (@dwighthoward) on Jul 12, 2015
It’s only been seven years since Steve Francis played his final NBA season, but it feels like decades.
"I really don't know what a flagrant foul is anymore." – Jeff Van Gundy, after Dwight Howard's foul on Andre Iguodala pic.twitter.com/qAJiXfbCxC — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 28, 2015 The NBA upgraded Dwight Howard’s common foul/forearm-to-the-throat of Andre Iguodala during Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals to a flagrant foul 1.
Mop boy might seem like a simple, easy and safe job but it’s far from it, as we’ve seen instances in which things can go very wrong very quickly.
The Golden State Warriors advanced to their first NBA Finals in 40 years on Wednesday night with a Game 5 win over the Rocketrs, but guard Klay Thompson suffered a concussion on a brutal whack to the head by Trevor Ariza’s knee in the fourth quarter.
Mr. West is in the building. #DubNation pic.twitter.com/xIXohu7orX — Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) May 28, 2015 After showing up for a Chicago Bulls playoff game earlier this month, Kanye West made his way to Oracle Arena for Game 5 of the series between the Houston Rockets and the Golden State Warriors.
.@StephenCurry30 talking to the media at morning shootaround. pic.twitter.com/FCEW9aq6sv — Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) May 27, 2015 Although Stephen Curry’s head was the main concern after the Warriors franchise guard took a scary spill during Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals, Steph’s body also took a beating from the fall.
The memo in players lockers last night. A video posted by Calvin Watkins (@calwatkins) on May 26, 2015 at 7:49am PDT The Houston Rockets were able to beat the Golden State Warriors on Monday night to keep their playoff hopes alive and they returned to their locker room to find an amusing little memento.
Aside from tag, tic-tac-toe might be the easiest game in the world to comprehend, that is assuming you’re not a Houston Rockets fan.
Dwight Howard somehow demolished Andrew Bogut with a vicious blow to his face during Game 4 but instead of an automatic ejection, the Rockets big man received a slap to the wrist with a pathetic Flagrant 1.
Last night, the full power of the Based God Curse was on full display during Game 2 of the Rockets and Warriors playoff series.