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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.
The best way to win an argument is to run as fast as you can in the opposite direction of the point of contention. End to end in 5 seconds for dramatic effect. And you mean to tell me this is the guy everybody accuses of flopping? C’mon…
Making fun of Craig Sager’s outfits is like making fun of LeBron’s receding hairline. We all know what’s so funny, so much so that we need not comment on it. But when Sager opened his doors to show cameras how the sausage is made, all prior ball-breaking protocol flies out the window.
The Miami Heat will be flying without Birdman for Saturday’s Game Six with the Pacers, as the colorful and controversial big man was slapped with a one-game suspension for his antics during Thursday’s Game Five.
You had to figure that Marshall Henderson would be a Chris “Birdman” Andersen fan. Please let these two be teammates at some point. I don’t ask for much …
If the Pacers win the NBA Playoff title this season, we say this pantsless woman deserves a ring. Or at least some pants.
For those who feel that superstars get the benefit of all the close calls in the NBA, you’ll be happy to note that LeBron James fouled out in the fourth quarter of the Heat’s Game Four loss to the Pacers tonight for setting an illegal screen. Yeah, weird. Roll video.