A$AP Rocky, John Wall, Damian Lillard & Jrue Holiday Star In New adidas ‘Quick Ain’t Fair’ Ad

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With the playoffs in gear, there's been a nice fluster of ill NBA-related commercials as of late.


adidas Basketball Unveils NBA All-Star Collection

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adidas Basketball shines the spotlight on Dwight Howard, Jrue Holiday, Tim Duncan and others who wiill debut special NBA All-Star editions of the D Howard Light, adizero Crazy Light 2 and the all-new Crazy Fast at the All-Star Game in Houston.


James Harden Was Extremely Rude To Jrue Holiday

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The adventures of James Harden continued over the weekend in Philadelphia.


2012 NBA Playoffs: 16 Players To Watch

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Well, we sure made the most of the shortened season.


Deron Williams, Nets Ice Sixers In OT 97-90

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The sun doesn't shine much on the Nets these days.


Dwight Howard x Big Sean x adidas Crazy Light Foot Locker Commercial

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<a href="">adidas</a> releases a new commercial starring Dwight Howard, Eric Gordon, Jrue Holiday and <a href="">Big Sean</a> showcasing the new adiZero Crazy Light, a basketball sneaker touted as the lightest ever since it's said to weigh only 9.


The Miami Heat And Their One Dribble Fast Break

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<a href=""> Heading into Game 2, gauging the tone for the Miami/Philly series was still unclear. <a href="">The Heat</a> were obviously the more talented team, but the Sixers were young, vibrant, led by a great head coach in Doug Collins and, in essence, playing with house money.


Jrue Holiday Could Use A Vacation

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<a href=""> Either that or Dwight Howard is just a big bully. I'll usually drop qualifying statements about Jrue at this juncture of the post before I get to the point. This time's obviously different. "Wrong place, wrong time" is an understatement on this play even though he "tried" to stop the oop. All I can say is he's a braver soul than me. I'd probably pull a hot Amar'e sidestep shuffle and act like Howard wasn't my assignment. Howard's onslaught at the rim jump-started a 21-4 run in Orlando's favor. The Magic utilized that surge and capped things off with a 95-85 dub over Philly. Orlando, despite their standing, could be a problem in the playoffs and Superman looks uncharacteristically out for blood. Philly, in the meantime, ought to look forward to finishing the season strong on Wednesday with Miami serving as their first round opponents. It's unfair... © Terrell Owens Related: <a href="">Today's Obituaries - Jrue Holiday (1990-2011) [ETSF]</a>.

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