🏆 — Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) July 8, 2015 While the Clippers and Mavericks were engaged in a hotly contested emoji battle for the services of DeAndre Jordan, the Golden State Warriors won the war with one perfect Tweet and emoji. It is safe to say that the Warriors have picked up another trophy.
It was announced on Wednesday by ESPN’s Marc Stein that the Clippers were lobbying DeAndre Jordan to reverse his decision to join Dallas and stay in Los Angeles with the Clippers. As soon as that happened everyone on both teams sprung into action in an apparent attempt to track down the big fella. The three
A lot of people are very excited about the future of the Minnesota Timberwolves and although we all knew that two of their promising youngsters, Zach LaVine and Andrew Wiggins, have absurd athleticism, here’s a compilation of dunks from their offseason workouts: Related Content Teams That Can’t Figure Out How to Rebuild Hannah Davis Celebrates
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Shaq shot just 53 percent from the free-throw line during his NBA career, so he moved on to golf free-throws instead. He made a shot with a golf ball into the hole then promptly ran around and celebrated. It hit the ground first and rolled in, but just let Shaq have his moment. Shaq’s free
For Andrew Wiggins, the start of NBA free agency doesn’t mean much for him and his team, as the Timberwolves are expected to make little or no noise on Wednesday and over the next few months.
Stephen Curry doesn’t dunk often, but when he does, it’s pretty impressive. The NBA champion and MVP took a quick break from draining 3-pointers and decided to show off his ups with a 360 jam. #SC30Select @uabasketball A video posted by Tai Foster (@tai_foster) on Jun 29, 2015 at 9:46pm PDT He just makes everything
Bill Walton needs his own TV show. Hell, Bill Walton needs his own TV network.
Jahlil Okafor is quickly realizing how ruthless American professional sports are.
Connor Toole is a genius that deserves a serious pay raise from Elite Daily. The writer/blogger came up with a brilliant idea to punk NBA fans on Thursday night. He pretended to be drafted by the Utah Jazz and proceeded to walk around and party in New York City while fans flocked to his side,
Note: It was determined that Joel Embiid’s reaction came to the Los Angeles Lakers selecting D’Angelo Russell with the No. 2 pick, not to the Sixers’ selection of Jahlil Okafor. The Philadelphia 76ers took Duke big man Jahlil Okafor with the third overall pick in Thursday night’s NBA Draft and although the reactions were mostly
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