Or at least let’s schedule this kid for some appearances at NBA halftime shows, because I have to agree with the uploader of this video on Live Leak that this kid is pretty awesome. I’ve tried to pull off little stunts like this before, but I usually either kick the ball into a body of water or I run out of breath by the time I complete on roll of the ball around my chest. Honestly, I’m tired just thinking about this kid showing off.
NBA: Clippers at Heat – 7 PM ET on TNT
NBA: Lakers at Rockets – 9:30 PM ET on TNT
One of the things that I’m most looking forward to this season is seeing how well the Indiana Pacers hold up. They should be incredibly talented and tough, as evidenced already by their 5-0 record, but they should, more importantly, push LeBron James and the Miami Heat to actually try hard through most of the season. That will be interesting.
As for tonight’s games, I just want to see the Lakers players pretend like Dwight Howard doesn’t exist, even while they’re playing. Maybe they’ll trick him into thinking he’s a ghost and he’ll start crying.
NCAA Football: Oklahoma at Baylor – 7:30 PM ET on Fox Sports 1
Wow, Fox Sports 1 coming through with a premium weeknight college football game. This is huge. I’m sure that ESPN isn’t going to take this lightly and surely has another 7:30 game that will compete with this one…
NCAA Football: Troy at Louisiana-Lafayette – 7:30 PM ET on ESPNU
Nice freebie, FS1. Enjoy it until 9 PM.
NCAA Football: Oregon at Stanford – 9 PM ET on ESPN
I say this not as a typical Florida bandwagon college football fan who is pretending like he’s been a Florida State fan for a long time, like so many people that I know, but as a college football fan who just wants something sort of different for a change… PLEASE WIN, STANFORD.
Thursday Night Football: Redskins at Vikings – 8:25 PM ET on NFL Network
For you fantasy football maniacs, I haven’t faced Adrian Peterson yet this season, and this week I face him in two leagues. That means he’s good for 40.