In between nonstop vomiting and breathing exercises to keep his (Level 5) Napoleonic complex under control, Nate Robinson did…that. What a hero.
Metta World Peace made headlines last week when he
injected himself with steroids made a miraculous recovery from knee surgery, not even missing two weeks’ worth of games after tearing his meniscus. Here, Jarrett Jack makes World Peace wish he stayed with his original timetable.
Steph Curry is basically the “next” Steve Nash, and here’s the official passing of the torch moment.
The title is slightly misleading, but who cares. Cool crossover.
Beautiful move here from Kevin Durant on one of the best defenders in basketball history. Nothing else really needs to be said. What an absolutely incredible player.
Before we saw Indiana’s gigantic center bully toss him twice to the ground late in the fourth quarter, Steph Curry dazzled the Pacers with some serious handle. First he shook George Hill to the ground, then engaged Tyler Hansbrough in a friendly game of Hungry Hungry Hippos (Hansbrough lost). His shot is soaking wet, but Curry does much, much more. And that much, much more is typically brilliant.
A 24 point, 14 rebound, 14 assist triple double? Check. Connecting on a three-point dart with the game on the line to force a third overtime? Check. Dropping Danilo Gallinari square on his tush with the filthiest step back between the legs crossover of 2013? Yes sir, check and mate.
This will go down as the In-N-Out Burger of ankle shattering moves. (Ray Felton supporters: I promise that’s not a fat joke! Well, actually, it kinda is. Sorry!)
Earlier today, ESPN Insider’s Neil Paine beautifully broke down whether or not Heat center Chris Bosh is worthy of the Hall of Fame. You can either read it (suggested), OR look at the clip above and laugh the heartiest laugh. (After you finish laughing you should probably still read the article. It’s really good.)