- The World Cup Draw Host Was A Brazilian Actress/Model That Looks Like This
- A TV Station Confused Nelson Mandela With A-Rod
- Magic Johnson Discussing His Pre-HIV Sex Life With Oprah Is Unnerving
- Who Deserves The Heisman More: Jameis Winston Or 'Red Lightning'?
- Column: Because Of Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo For Golden Ball
Only the biggest and baddest make our list. Last night, en route to a league leading 13-1 record, the Indiana Pacers’ Paul George threw down an uncontested slam-dunk-contest-caliber slam. Check out where we’re ranking it…
If you’re a Pacers fan you probably think this was a good call, if you’re a Knicks fan you probably think it was a bad call, and if the roles had been reversed, the feelings would be as well. It’s days like this I’m happy not to be an NBA referee and just a normal, everyday, painfully good-looking guy.
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. Now: Let’s discuss the Indiana Pacers.
Pat Mayo sits down with SB Nation’s James Herbert and asks the tough questions about the 2013-14 NBA season. Can the Pacers top the Heat this year? Is John Wall better than Kyrie Irving? Could they look any more similar? Basically, we’re giving you an unmatched hour of NBA analysis jam packed with enough insight, we promise you’ll never lose an argument about basketball ever again.
Paul George: Larry Bird Almost Shut Down Pacers Practice By Nailing 15 Straight Shots, Leaving Without A Word
We know that Michael Jordan still has game, and could probably re-join the NBA at 50 without missing too many beats. But how about Dream Team teammate Larry Bird? He’s apparently still good enough to leave an NBA team speechless and unsure of whether to continue practicing or just quit altogether.
Justin Bieber Sits Courtside At Game 7 In An Outfit We’re Sure No One Will Mock (Update: Bieber Frontrunnery Slideshow)
Is The NBA Rigged? We May Find Out Tonight. Pay Close Attention To The Refs, Fellow Conspiracy Theorists
Tonight is the seminal moment when all of our greatest suspicions will be confirmed or refuted. TUNE IN.
If Roy Hibbert wants more love from reporters, he’d best not call them “motherf$#^ers”, or deem any praise or support as being inherently “homo”. Four year at Georgetown and all I got was this lousy t-shirt. The level of ignorance is impressive here. Watch both clips after the jump.