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D-Wade takes time out of his busy schedule of waiting for the Knicks or Pacers to lose four games, to surprise a pretty…high school girl…at prom? Wrong on a couple levels. Namely: Take a dork, dude. Photos from the event after the jump.
George Hill took a nasty elbow to the brain case this week, causing him to miss Game 5 and now Game 6 tonight. He’s arguably been their best player in the series, but the NBA’s new concussion policy is preventing him front playing. Would they do the same thing if Carmelo was experiencing headaches? We examine the policy and show the play where he gets popped by Tyson Chandler after the jump.
Phil talks with Jeanie. Jeanie talks with her brother Jimmy. Jimmy tells Jeanie to ask Phil to talk to him. Mitch calls Phil and tells him he’s not invited because they want Mike. Then Mike sucks. Video of Phil’s explanation of the whole thing after the jump.
U.S. basketball flopping technology is about two decades behind that of European soccer, but thanks to guys like Sam Young of the Indiana Pacers, we’re slowly catching up.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the NBA’s all-time leading scorer. He also acts, writes, and serves as a U.S. cultural ambassador. He’s generally seen as a good, if arrogant guy, as far as the general public can tell. How does his son Adam, whom Abdul-Jabbar had with a San Antonio-area woman outside of his marriage many years ago, feel about the guy? As you might expect, he’s not a big fan.
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you the top play from the night before, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you skipped last night’s action, or have forgotten what day it is. Last night, Tyson Chandler awoke from his playoff slumber to swat away Tyler Hansbrough’s weak attempt at a layup.
I don’t know when this was taken, but it appears to be Chris Bosh occupying an unfortunate place in a jump ball scrum. Presented today by Celtics Life as a photo caption contest.
Jason and Jarron Collins appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night. The two-part interview is after the jump, and it’s hilarious.