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Three NBA teams unveiled new uniforms this week. The Pelicans finally fixed their lettering for their third uniforms, while Mark Cuban revealed the winner of a uniform design contest. The Hawks are bringing back the Pac-Man logo and ditching the “Hawks” lettering for their home set.
If we were in Vegas right now, we’d be five beers deep, wrapped in our bedsheets, on our way to COX Pavilion, screaming “Toga! Toga!” Watch him blow past the all-time steals leader’s kid for the easy score, inside…
AHHH! IT’S EATING ME OH MY GOD I’M GONNA D — what’s that? Oh, it’s just a sweatshirt? You mean this opening is just a piece of fabric that looks like a mouth? Oh. Hmm.
Vince Carter doesn’t care how long ago his “prime” was — he hates losing and he wants the ball at the end of games. With time expiring, Vinsanity (haven’t heard that one in a while, have ya?) sent American Airlines Arena into a frenzy with a corner fade-away three with time expiring, lifting the Mavs to a 109-108 win over the San Antonio Spurs.
The Mavs now lead 2-1 going into Game 4 in San Antonio (remember, they’re using the 2-2-1-1-1 format this season).
Strange, but this short video meant to pump up the American Airlines Center is funnier in almost every way than the actual “Anchorman” sequel.
Last night, we saw another prime example of James Harden acting selfishly with the game on the line, and it could be his most embarrassing highlight yet.
More like what would your Dad say if he saw this video…probably something like “Grow up, Vince.” Screw you Dad! Mavericks just wanna have fun! Watch the entire team embarrass themselves after the jump.
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. Today: We discuss the pros and cons of the Dallas Mavericks, and why it all adds up to them being screwed once again.
Honestly, all the submissions were pretty awesome. Thanks guys, for putting in the time and effort to design the Mavericks’ new jerseys. You’re reward? Bragging rights. Mark Cuban “may even throw in some tickets.” Aww. So sweet. Laissez-faire, boys. Slideshow after the jump.