Taiwan Animation: Metta World Peace Literally Removes James Harden’s Head


World Peace elbowing James Harden in the head and knocking it off is pretty predictable, but what isn't is how Taiwan interprets the Pacers fan brawl.


Welcome Back, Psycho!

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<a href="" target="_blank"> Last year, after changing his name to Metta World Peace, the Artest formerly known as Ron set out to openly prove that he’s a good person with a kind heart. For example, on September 21, 2011, World Peace donated more than $285,000 to mental health charities after he sold his NBA Championship ring. It seemed as if he was changing for the better, ever since, you know, that whole thing in Detroit. But I’m sure the better majority of us still had a thought all the way in the back of our brains – “When’s this dude going to lose his sh*t again and try to kill someone?” And all it took was a downward spiral in his personal play this season for World Peace to get overly excited about a dunk and try to decapitate an opponent like he did yesterday against James Harden and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Artest – because who can even call him World Peace now without laughing harder than before? – was ejected from the Lakers’ 114-106 double overtime victory over the Thunder just before the end of the first half after he viciously elbowed Harden in the side of the head, but before we get all preachy, just know that the elbow – that you can watch over and over and over above – <a href="!/MettaWorldPeace">was an accident, okay</a>.


Serge Ibaka Will Rip Off Your Arm For Dunking On Him (And Morning Links)


Be careful, Blake, <a href="" target="_blank">that guy's hands are like the jaws of life</a>.


Serge Ibaka Will Rip Your Arm Off

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The Oklahoma City Thunder are doing their best to fend off the red hot San Antonio Spurs for the No.


Nike's Air Alliance Pits Cartoon Kevin Durant Against Mad Shoe Scientists


Every few years, a TV network or a shoe company decides that sports guys should be super heroes.


NBA 'Has Handle' Twitter Shirts, The Puffy Starter Jacket Of 2012

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Are you an NBA fan who hates watching his favorite player play basketball, but loves reading what he has to say about his day-to-day minutia and hashtag causes on the Internet.


ROFLMNBAO: This Week In NBA Pictures

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Much to no one’s surprise, the Oklahoma City Thunder are currently the best team in the NBA, as Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook continue their strange “I’m not better than him but I’m secretly better than him” routine, and the Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat have all but locked up their eventual meeting in the Eastern Conference Finals.


ROFLMNBAO: This Week’s NBA Action In Pictures

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Now that we know that Kim Kardashian <a href="">decided to divorce Kris Humphries</a> because her dead father, being channeled by medium John Edwards, told her to, Humphries is readjusting to his role as a true playboy in this NBA lifestyle.


ROFLMNBAO: The Best Of This Week’s NBA Action In Pictures

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Since we last checked in on the big picture of the NBA, the Oklahoma City Thunder (12-2) and Chicago Bulls (12-3) have made it clear that they’re the early favorites and the teams to beat, despite Chris Bosh’s assurance that his Miami Heat (8-4) are still the best team in the NBA.


ROFLMNBAO: The NBA Weekend In Pictures

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I really believed that the NBA lockout and subsequent shortened season were going to do serious damage to the relationship between the league and the fans, but it seems that the fans were just content to get their basketball back.


Drake Should Stop Talking About The NBA

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I’m a little late to the party on this one, but since I’ve been mostly ignoring NBA news lately, I skipped over <a href="">an interview that Rolling Stone published</a> with R&B artist or rapper Drake last week.


Moments Later, Kevin Durant Was Gunned Down By Libyans


In today's <a href="">Morning Links</a>, we linked to two stories about the return of Back To The Future to the pop culture landscape, four whole years before holographic sharks and the Chicago Cubs as a legitimate baseball team.


Did Somebody Say ‘Space Jam 2′

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If you are one of the millions left without closure by the ending of 1996's Space Jam but feel Michael Jordan is too old and looks too much like Hitler to pull off a believable second chapter in the interplanetary saga, we have good news -- <a href="">According to Daniel Mayberry of The Oklahoman</a>, Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant is finalizing a deal to star in a major Warner Bros.

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NBA Round-Up: Jalen Rose Is Guilty


ESPN NBA analyst and incredibly biased TV documentary producer Jalen Rose was arrested on March 11 for suspicion of DUI after he swerved off the road and rolled his Cadillac Escalade.

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NBA Round-Up: Kobe Must Be Pretty Mad

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Kobe Bryant was fined $100,000 in April because he called a referee a f*ggot during a game.

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NBA Round-Up: Gonna Be A Long One


Some fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers - I'm assuming not the kind that go around beating up innocent fathers in front of their children for gang initiations - have started a website hoping to lure Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban into purchasing their baseball team so they no longer have to worry about having the most ridiculously inept owners not named Wilpon.


NBA Round-Up: Cavs Are On The Clock

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The Cleveland Cavaliers won the first pick in the 2011 NBA Draft last night, and Dan Gilbert and Co.


NBA Round-Up: Rick Welts Is Out


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

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