Watch: Danilo Gallinari’s Alley-Oop To Himself Off The Backboard

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Known primarily for his long-range prowess, Denver Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari went NBA Street on the Memphis Grizzlies Friday night, lobbing the basketball off of the backboard for a self-made alley-oop.


Tired Of Searching Casual Encounters On Craigslist? Buy A Floor From Canada

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What you're looking at is the practice floor for the Vancouver Grizzlies, the 1995 NBA expansion squad that spent six years in Canada before bailing for the bright lights of metropolitan.


Which Five NBA Players Would Jalen Rose Take Into A Fight?

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Those familiar with Bill Simmons’ Book of Basketball recognize Jalen Rose’s “Dark Alley Fab Five” is essentially the same concept as The Sports Guy’s “All Foxhole Team.


Rudy Gay Freezes LeBron Then Dunks The Damn Ball

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Hey, what's better than seeing NorBel's knees buckled.


10 Under-The-Radar NBA Rookies

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It's always fun to wax poetic about what an NBA rookie could be.


9.10 The Cooler

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Feeva 10 Atlanta Rappers To Watch Out For <a href="">[Complex]</a> Top 10 One-Liner Comedians <a href="">[Listverse]</a> Ryan Lochte To Guest Star On ’30 Rock’ <a href="" target="blank">[With Leather]</a> Conventions Are Over, Now What.


Jeremy Pargo Burns the Wizards’ Summer League Team


Jeremy Pargo makes two incredible ball fakes and dishes to Mitchell Watt for the big slam.


Open Thread: LA Clippers VS Memphis Grizzlies Game 7

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The playoffs look like basketball nerd Christmas with all these elimination games on deck.


The Best Advice I've Ever Gotten From A Bear


The Clippers aren't the ones getting smacked right now, but it's still funny.


Charles Barkley Beat Godzilla, And Now He's Calling Out Brock Lesnar

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<a href=""></a>Two major points of interest here: 1.


Rudy Gay Bounces Over Andrew Bynum

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<a href="">Rudy Gay</a> reminds everyone why he was a member of the 2008 Slam Dunk contest.


Question Of The Day: Would You Take A Chance On Gilbert Arenas?

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<a href="">Gilbert Arenas</a>, the point guard with a funny name and a flair for the funnies, had an electric run as a premiere scorer.


Rudy Gay Cranks Two Dunks In 12 Seconds

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<a href="">Rudy Gay</a> only had 11 points in the Grizzlies Tuesday night loss to the Trailblazers, but four of those points were highlight reel worthy since he notched them up in a mere 12 seconds and did it with style.

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NBA Round-Up: Rick Welts Is Out


Haha, no I don't mean that Rick Welts has been fired, sillies.


It All Comes Down To This: Grizzlies Vs. Thunder, Game 7

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<a href=""> The OKC-Memphis series originally presented itself as a stopping point, the Thunder one step removed from reaching the Western Conference Finals and achieving destiny. Instead, the Grizzlies showed up and, by playing completely above their heads, have turned it into a slugfest upstaging most other series. It's been great to watch but comes to an end today in a winner-takes-all affair, with the loser can begin making calls to travel agents. Game 7 moves the series back to Oklahoma City, where the Thunder's odds are a little better after having won two of the three series games there and Memphis will be playing with that knowledge that no eighth seed has ever won a Game 7. Previously: <a href="">Thunder Evacuate Memphis With A Triple OT Win</a>.


NBA Round-Up: The Heat Keep Winning

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Before we get to last night's bipolar NBA action, the Orlando Sentinel, which notably played a major role in Shaquille O'Neal leaving Orlando, has launched <a href=",0,1600830.htmlpage"></a>, which takes people to an interactive graphic on the newspaper's website.


Thunder Evacuate Memphis With A Triple OT Win

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<a href=""> Anyone else burned-out after watching the Thunder-Grizz TV marathon last night? Anybody else have a hard time determining which squad to root for in this series? With everything knotted up at 2-2, the NBA's undercard matchup may be turning into the best one going right now. In one corner stood the upstart Thunder, showing complete focus this postseason after building off last year's success. <a href="">Kevin Durant</a>, seemingly usurped by Derrick Rose as the twinkle in sports media's eye, and Russell Westbrook possess every intention of loading the franchise and fans on their backs for a trip deep into the second season.


NBA Round-Up: Pass That Torch, Boston

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Miami Heat 102, Boston Celtics 91 (Series: 2-0 MIA) I never thought I’d say this, but I miss the proud, sometimes arrogant boasting of my Boston friends.

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