You’ve heard the funky, War-sampling song all over your TV this NBA season. Now, it’s got a great video accompaniment.
“He did good for an old geezer.”
We the best? We depressed.
An hour after LeBron James announced he’s returning to the Cavs, this billboard popped up in Cleveland. Note: it’s a video board. This definitely wasn’t just painted today.
James announced his decision on Sports Illustrated’s website on Friday. “My relationship with Northeast Ohio is bigger than basketball. I didn’t realize that four years ago. I do now.”
Lebron James’ agent informed the Miami Heat that he will exercise the early termination clause in his contract, effectively making him a free agent.
[Insert joke about too much heat for the Heat.]
The Pacers were built, not bought.
Plus the best 12 wines under $12, Bruce Jenner’s ombre-bob, and 4 restorative-yoga quick fixes.
“Hi Papi! I love you. Today is your birthday. Thank you for being my Papi.”
It’s on display in Brooklyn right now!
Proof that practice makes perfect, though it doesn’t hurt to start out as a freak of nature.
I mean, breakfast IS the most important meal.
If you don’t know, now you know (who to root for).
A sudden revival in reputation for the NBA player who looks most like a dinosaur.
Green broke the record for the most three-pointers in a Finals through only five games. And the guy whose record he broke was sitting right there, being all pouty.
Spo, buddy: you all right? (He wasn’t actually on drugs, he just made some funny faces, but let’s pretend.)
Green — who was cut by LeBron’s Cavaliers back in 2010 — is a major part of why the Spurs now lead the Heat two games to one.
Have you ever thought about what highlights really mean, dude?
It’s not just Chicago that loves Patrick Kane and the Blackhawks. The beer and wings economy does, too.
The two key plays that led to a Spurs win in the first game of the NBA Finals.
We know all about the Spurs and the Heat basketball-wise. Let’s talk about the other stuff.
Shane Battier gives that loving Extra Effort.
He’s been a lifelong supporter of Miami’s basketball team since oh, this week.
A local TV station had a problem with how swaggy he looked.
A photographic investigation.