Blake Griffin showed off his funnier side at the UCB in LA this past Saturday.
Last night was a weird one in the NBA. Very, very weird. Like, inexplicably weird. But that's why I'm here to try and make sense of it all, so in saying that, let's give it a go with Lion Face/Lemon Face.
The English language harbours an infinite quantity of words, which allow for sentence construction to create an even more boundless mixture of vocabulary, turns of phrase and expression. Ultimately, it is not enough. Some emotions defy description just as some plays defy analysis. The Timberwolves did something tantalizing today, as they've become wont to do, and… well, it didn't precisely defy analysis. Ricky Rubio's dimes exude bewilderment, Dirk Nowitzki was discombobulated but not in a way that's curious and Kevin Love, you see, makes the shots around these here parts.
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The ticket attendant, too cheerful for this early morning, wishes us a safe flight and thanks us for flying
In Saturday night's Rockets/Spurs game, Houston coach Kevin McHale decided to get in on the recent spat of coaching shenanigans, and it raised Spurs coach Gregg Popovich's ire enough for Pop to draw the technical.
LeBron James rockin' out in his car, making goofy noises. What more could you ask for?
Friday against the Golden State Warriors, Westbrook nailed a trey that put Oklahoma up by one point and left just 0.1 seconds on the clock. The game-winner secured a win for his rolling squad and left us speaking in tongues. Let's not allow the electricity of the moment to confuse us, though. This was not the play of the game, or even his. Westbrook's defining imprint on the game seconds before the shot when he flung into the air and lunged for an offensive rebound that would have otherwise belonged to the 6'11 Jermaine O'Neal.
'Tis the season. Happy turkey day, y'all. Entertain yourselves with a list of stuff the HP crew is thankful for.
In honoring his teammates by hosting Thanksgiving for them, LeBron James is doing the ancient Greeks proud and solidifying his position as the NBA's Zeus.
Sniff, sniff, sniff. Can you smell that? It smells like...turkey, stuffing and potatoes, which must mean that it's THANKSGIVING! Hey, I'm British, so I didn't actually smell all that and I won't be celebrating Thanksgiving on Thursday because, well, you know, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't be excited.