Jeremy Lin’s midrange jumper was on point and the crowd in Shenzen, China loved watching Lin during the Hornets 106-94 win over the Los Angeles Clippers last night. Continue reading “Jeremy Lin highlights vs. Los Angeles Clippers in NBA Global Games”
While in China for the NBA Global Games, Jeremy Lin decided to wear his hair in a bowlcut at a Charlotte Hornets practice. Continue reading “Yikes! Jeremy Lin sports “bowl cut” hairstyle at Hornets practice”
A season and a half ago, approximately eight years into his NBA career, J.J. Redick found a way to contribute in ways that expanded his role as off-the-bench, three-point sniper. Continue reading “How did J.J. Redick defend James Harden so well?”
I really wonder what DeAndre Jordan’s free-throw coach emphasizes during their sessions. Whether miss or make (usually miss), Jordan has a really bad habit of leaving the free throw line. Continue reading “DeAndre Jordan, don’t step away when you make your first free throw!”
Breaking someone’s ankles or making an opponent fall with a quick change of direction has been overblown over the years. Continue reading “Steph Curry drops Chris Paul with double behind-the-back dribble”
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling made some head-scratching racist comments toward African-Americans to his former girlfriend. The details of those comments were released yesterday (and the extended remix put out today). Continue reading “In response to owner’s racism, L.A. Clippers hide logo by wearing shooting shirts inside out”
In a league of athletes, Eric Bledsoe stands out. He’s fast, quick (they’re different), can jump, is strong as an ox, and most importantly, he is aggressive.
Don’t let the smile fool you. Eric Bledsoe will kill you; he will dunk on you. He’ll block Dwayne Wade. You’ll go up for a layup, Bledsoe will go to lunch, take a nap, and come back to block your shot.
He’ll steal it from you. He’ll beat you down the court. Eric Bledsoe is a specimen. I pray for Jeremy Lin tonight.