First and foremost, let’s get one thing clear. Technically, Blake’s hand didn’t touch the rim, but it’s falling under the “dunked on” category regardless. Why? Because of a simple reason. If this exact play happens at a crowded park, and seen in real time, everyone’s going to react the same way DeAndre Jordan did. Or better yet, Andrew Bynum.
You can’t be the one getting dunked on with the only defense being, “His hand ain’t touch rim. Don’t count.” True, true, but his balls hit your forehead and that’s something as a man you’ll never live down, word to Riley Freeman. So, yes, Kris Humphries was the latest contestant in Blake’s wicked web aerial embarrassment.
Per the good brother Ed The Sports Fan:
I mean, what better person would it be to turn into the Grim Reaper once again than Omega Red himself in Blake Griffin. So when I was just minding my own business while trying to be productive on my sofa, Blake decided to spaz out on Kris Humphries’ life.
Personally, I have no issue with Kris Humphries. But it has become more and more evident he’s the NBA’s Charlie Brown. Not to rehash the past, but he’s married to a woman who then leaves him for Kanye West. Kanye West calls you out in a song, puts a seed in his ex-wife’s belly, rides on a motorcycle with her naked and is in the process of hyping her to be the 2014 Marilyn Monroe/Michelle Obama. He’s not convincing anyone of such, but that’s besides the point.
And then there’s Kris. Still more paid than I’ll ever be in life, but I’m smart enough to know when Blake Griffin’s flying towards me with nothing but the evilest of intentions to get the f*ck out of dodge. He may not engage in fisticuffs with you, but he’ll sure as hell draft a poster without a moment’s notice.
Much has been made about Michael Beasley’s resurgence in his second stint in Miami, and for good reason. But Gerald Green’s role in Phoenix has been a sight to marvel as well. The Suns continue to parade as the season’s biggest (positive) shocker and last night Green’s fadeaway corner jumper gave his squad a 104-103 victory over the Timberwolves. Keep in mind, this was without Eric Bledsoe to boot.
To date, Phoenix is 21-13, good for seventh in the Western Conference and more than worth the watch on League Pass. By a show of hands, however, how many had the Suns nearly 10 games over .500 more than a week into 2014 back in November?
Don’t be ashamed. Join in on this humble pie with me. There are plenty of slices to go around.