Last season, the L.A. Clippers brought #GotEm into our lives. If you don't know what it is, you're probably not following Matt Barnes, DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin on Twitter or Instagram, which isn't the best life decision.
Hardwood Paroxysm's deep and versatile crew of writers previews the upcoming NBA season in the most HP way imaginable: a 221-page opus featuring three sections on each of the 90 teams, seven additional long form articles, eight roundtable discussions, nine original pieces of art, and all the witty jokes and puns your heart can handle.
The Phoenix Suns had a half-court shot contest at their open practice on Saturday. Jeff Hornacek won. Because of course he did.
Derrick Favors just got paid, son.
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A little over a week ago, big boss Matt Moore posed this question on our favorite social media site:
I honestly don't think I've ever come across a video game that has the replay value Mario Kart does. (I'm tempted to call it the best game of all-time). Even though my N64 is stashed away in some god forsaken loft, I still give the game some burn thanks to the amazing-ness of emulators.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been waiting patiently for Kobe to respond to his ESPN Forecast #NBARank of 25 for the coming season. I don’t necessarily agree that he’ll be the 25th best player in our beloved association this year, but I just want to see him tweet something along the lines of, “Message Received. Mamba out. #challengeaccepted.”
The life of an NBA rookie sure is an interesting thing. For most draftees, it's their first full-time job and they get to play the sport they love for a living, while getting paid racks on racks. Does it get much better than that? I'm going with a big, fat, "no."
The Bucks made a tremendous "Drake Hands" video, and trolled Brandon Jennings in the process.
You may not have ever heard of Orlando Johnson. You may never hear of Orlando Johnson. And that's a shame.