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LeSean McCoy has had it with these new artists, none of them can hold a candle to his beloved 50 Cent. While that may or may not be true, McCoy said it, and now it’s here, along with some witty Oakland A’s, one grateful Baltimore O, and an NBA player turned TV actor. Onto the tweets, peeps! And be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
New Yorkers are wont to text and listen to indie rock while walking headlong into oncoming traffic, sending bicycle messengers sprawling and truck drivers palm-first into their horns, and if you don’t like it, then GEDOUTTAHERE! But Baron Davis and the city’s Department of Transportation want to change all that. Video after the jump.
Just when we thought we had escaped another torn ACL in the NBA playoffs, news hit that Baron Davis had more than just a dislocated knee cap. His injury last night resulted in a torn ACL and a torn MCL. Projected recovery time: 12 months. Baron Davis — you were taken from us too young.
We’re already seeing people complain that LeBron James can’t finish because the Miami Heat lost to the New York Knicks today, but with 25 seconds left and the Heat down by 4, LeBron drove for this ridiculous off-balance left hander.
Yet another devastating knee injury has taken an important player off the court during the NBA playoffs. For the Knicks, it will be their second guard of the first round: Baron Davis twisted his knee in a very unnatural way while planting hard on his right leg, and had to be carted off on a stretcher. Video after the jump.
Try as they might, it would be very difficult for Wizards fans (and the Wizards team) to take anything positive from the 103-65 drubbing the Knicks put on the D.C. crew last night. There was little effort, and even the moments of inspired basketball were squandered by poor execution. But hey, Wiz fans, John Wall had a sweet alley-oop in the third quarter. So, that’s cool. Watch Wall sky over Baron Davis after the jump.
According to the Charlotte Observer, New York Knicks point guard Baron Davis has suffered the most brutal injury in NBA history. I imagine that Davis, who is expected to miss the next four-plus weeks with a herniated disc, must have done a spit-take when he saw this misprint in the newspaper.
If this had gone down one year ago, Baron Davis, traded from the Clippers to the Cavaliers, would have just received some great news. It is not one year ago.
After winning back-to-back championships, the Los Angeles Lakers have proved they’re the best team in town, but the Clippers have recently shown they put on the most exciting show. Sunday, the Clippers stuck it to the defending champs with a 99-92 victory, and things got heated between the crosstown rivals.