Damian Lillard's buzzer beater against the Rockets had teammates comparing him to Brandon Roy, terrifying an entire fanbase in the process.
Since the D-League's inception in 2001, it has been picked on, ridiculed, looked down on and tossed aside like old news. Only eight teams existed back; a sure fire difference from the 17 we see now. Players who competed night in, night out in the National Basketball Association’s minor league weren’t treated with respect; rather, the general consensus was that if you were in the D-League, you’re holding onto a childhood dream.
Recent Rockets history isn't that great when the team wins 54+ games, and 2014 was no exception. Today we remember the Houston Rockets.
I was late to the party and watched Wolf of Wall Street about a month ago. I didn’t know a thing about Wall Street prior to watching the movie so I was happy to see that being up to date on stockbroker
In the words of the great J.E. Skeets, gooooooood morning, sweeeeeeet world!
There was A TON that happened this weekend in the NBA Playoffs, so let's get into it.
(Of course, because there was so
Damian Lillard defied all rationality and sensibility with his game-winner against the Rockets. Which of course was reminiscent of Kate Winslet in a James Cameron blockbuster.
GOT EM' ALL. https://t.co/4F8MCeZcWB
— David Vertsberger (@_Verts) May 3, 2014
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Winner: Mike Scott
Before the playoffs, nobody knew who this guy was. Well now, just a few games later, he’s a playoff hero and has his own nickname—Young Emoji. In Game
Did you miss last night's playoff games? We've got you covered in pic, gif, and video form.
Video from the Blazers-Rockets series shows what a difference Omer Asik makes. Have the Rockets seen the footage I wonder?