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By the third one, "Birdman" was so wounded he was having trouble just getting out the damn way.
Can you really be upset about your team's performance when your daughter's mimicry is this adorable.
As if the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat didn't hate each another enough, we've got an official "f*ck you" out of the deal now from someone not named Kevin Garnett.
The Boston Celtics are the biggest teases in the NBA.
Here's poor Jason Terry looking like a fifth grader, going up against the Sweet Georgia Brown offense of the Miami Heat and LeBron James.
LeBron James throws down one of the biggest dunks of the year, right on Jason Terry's head.
The ball goes from Chalmers to Cole to LeBron James obliterating Boston's Jason Terry on the alley-oop during Monday night's Heat-Celtics game.
Kevin Garnett will ultimately go down as one of the better defensive players of his generation (offensive, too).
Here's a clip of Bill Russell jumping over an opponent FROM THE FOUL LINE for a lay-up.
If Kevin Garnett's words are to be taken at face value, the NBA is about to get a lot less filled with trash talk.
You know how this works.
On Friday night, the Miami Heat laid a 22-point drubbing on the Detroit Pistons, and that’s not news because we expect the Heat to beat a 10th place team by more than 110-88 every single time.
Given it's still morning and the bosses are more than likely looking over your shoulder waiting for that report you owed them last Thursday, we're going to run through a rather interesting night in the NBA fast break style.
Next time John Anderson shakes hands with Rajon Rondo, he won't be looking down.
In one of the better “Boys will be boys” stories of this early sports year, New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony reportedly took offense to something that Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett said to him during Boston’s 102-96 victory on Monday night.
Merry Christmas to all and to all an awesome NBA holiday offering.
Kevin Garnett is an asshole and I love him for it.
Despite the fact that they’ve been playing without their star forward, Dirk Nowitzki, the Dallas Mavericks are finally enjoying a little success with a nice little 3-game winning streak that has pushed Mark Cuban’s underachievers above.