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D-Wade takes time out of his busy schedule of waiting for the Knicks or Pacers to lose four games, to surprise a pretty…high school girl…at prom? Wrong on a couple levels. Namely: Take a dork, dude. Photos from the event after the jump.
I don’t know when this was taken, but it appears to be Chris Bosh occupying an unfortunate place in a jump ball scrum. Presented today by Celtics Life as a photo caption contest.
The Chicago Bulls were historically bad at offense last night. Not that we blame them — playing without your starters and placing the scoring onus directly on Nate Robinson’s back is bound to catch up with you at some point — but man, they were bad. As in, “No Bulls team has ever shot worse in the playoffs” kind of bad.
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you the top play from the night before, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you skipped last night’s action, or have forgotten what day it is. Last night, as the Heat destroyed the Bulls, LeBron pulled off one of his patented “beautiful fastbreak dunks that look really cool.”
Lil Wayne manages to stay relevant by accusing the most prolific NBA team of kicking him out of their arena, then wines and dines their opponents. Well, it didn’t work because after he hooked the Bulls up with some bottles, they lost the next game by 400.
LeBron James and Nzar Mohammed go at it in the 2nd quarter of last night’s 104-94 Heat victory in Chicago. More violence from the NBA Playoffs installment of Friday Night Smackdown after the jump, including Noah vs Birdman and Nate Rob swatting LeBron.
Nick Collison dropped the socio-culinary bomb on ESPN’s True Hoop Blog. “Is it still Cheesecake Factory, or is there a new champ?” Kevin Arnovitz asked the OKC big man. “Guys like Benihana now,” Collison replied. Photographic evidence after the jump.