It’s been almost a week since the 2014 NBA finals ended with the San Antonio Spurs victorious, the Miami Heat and LeBron James humiliated, and Kawhi Leonard as the MVP. It’s a good opportunity to show just how these finals looked through the eyes of those at home making fun of everything they see, usually by uploading insulting memes.
Is the NBA All-Star an absolute indicator of a players’ ability? To an extent, but it’s half a popularity contest among NBA fans and somewhat of the same among NBA head coaches. For John Wall, Brandon Jennings and Ty Lawson it’s about a loaded position; for Al Jefferson it’s about playing for unpopular teams. For Monta Ellis and Josh Smith? Actually, that’s a bit harder to explain.
A day before Euro 2012 kicks off with Poland and Greece followed by Russia and the Czech Republic, and ESPN decided to kick into promotional overdrive, releasing 16 awesome poster of all 16 nations participating in the Euro, with better or worse tag lines for each team.