Office Space + Amare Stoudemire + Fire Extinguisher = bit.ly/K41WSM— Mr. ManSitChoAzzDown (@AngryBlkManDC) May 1, 2012
Fantastic work, sir.
26 Going On 76
Kendrick Perkins does not celebrate three-pointers. Look at all those smiling happy faces. And then look at Perk.
Perk is 26 going on 76. He’s Clint Eastwood in “Gran Torino” – the old man sitting on the front porch, glaring at the neighbor kids every time they wander too close to his flower bed, the aging patriarch who polices the block and protects his own.
— Johnny Ludden, Yahoo! Sports
In case you missed Taj Gibson’s amazing dunk
ya gotta watch it twice to believe it.
i am slowly and cautiously getting my hopes up
The Bulls Can Play In The United Center When Oprah Says So
As if David Stern wasn’t already hoping for the Chicago Bulls-Atlanta Hawks playoff series to go seven games for ratings purposes, he’s got a good reason now. If the Bulls win the series in six games, Stern will go toe-to-toe with an adversary that even he can’t overcome. Oprah Winfrey.
The NBA informed a few involved parties before Tuesday’s Bulls game that if the Heat and Chicago win their series in six games or fewer, Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals would need to be moved from Monday to Sunday night because the United Center likely is unavailable Monday to allow Oprah Winfrey’s crew to set up for the taping of one of her final shows. If the Heat or Bulls series go seven games, Game 1 of the Eastern finals would be Wednesday.
Yes, the Bulls might be back on top and Oprah might be going to cable, but its a good reminder of who really runs things in the Windy City.
Indeed, it has been awhile. Playoff basketball at the Garden is a can’t miss. So tonight, don’t.
The first weekend of the NBA playoffs were fantastic. David Stern would have a hard time scripting a better opening. What I am not thrilled about is the talking basketball commericals that I’ll be seeing for the next two months. It’s true there’s something cool about Hank Azaria and Michael Clarke Duncan narrating the commercial but that’s the only bright side I see.
I’d like to see the NBA do something like this 2007 ‘Unbelievable’ campaign. Bring back the monotone voice of the ever so dull David Blaine. At least they were humorous.