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At this point, the Atlanta Hawks are basically bashing their heads against the stove, hoping they pass out and wake up with Andrew Wiggins.
The Bucks needed a stop in crunch time, and instead they let the smallest guy on the court yam it down their throats. That says it all.
These photos of Paul Millsap’s mansion in Atlanta were taken before the big man moved all of his own crap in there, so you can pretend like this beautiful, 14,000-square foot mansion is yours for the taking.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. Let us take a look at the team with this logo. The Red Birds? Wesleyan University? Seriously, what the hell is with this stupid ass cartoon bird?
Hard to tell what’s going on here, exactly: there’s the woman in pink, a blonde sitting a row behind and a security official at the Hawks-Magic game on Saturday night. Something happened that has the woman in pink on her feet and pointing an angry finger at the blonde. Then, the calm before the storm: everyone sits down, no pointing, no yelling. The security guard addresses the blonde now, and she and her beau eventually stand up to leave. But on their way out of the row, chaos. The woman in pink starts whaling on the blonde, the blonde whales back, and the cameraman starts hooting like a crazy person. (Skip to 1:40 for the fight.)
Kobe’s Ankle Sprain Is Probably Karma For Being A Dick And Distracting Kyle Korver At The Free Throw Line Moments Before
Ever since Kobe Bryant severely sprained his ankle last night, he’s been on this weird, self-righteous crusade to smear Dahntay Jones’ name and everything about him. It’s like he totally forgot about what he did moments before.
The Lakers got a big 99-98 win over the Hawks last night to move back to .500 on the season. A key play late in the game: the Kobe dunk you see above. It’s being hailed as one of his best in years, and maybe it is – but Kobe’s own recent play demonstrates it’s nothing he hasn’t had in him all along.