Brook Lopez is already the better basketball-playing Lopez, and he had to rub it in by jamming all over twin bro Robin.
That’s one mean-looking bird. The logo will go into use in 2013-14.
There were many doubters when it was announced the NBA’s New Orleans Hornets were planning on changing their name to the Pelicans, but if these fan-created logos are any indication, it may end up being pretty cool.
Ball don’t lie, and neither does Rasheed.
Robin Lopez wants to get off Splash Mountain right now, thank you very much.
Chicken and beer and unibrows.
He wasn’t always so weird looking!
The unibrow is headed to the Big Easy.
WE’RE #2! WE’RE #2! WE’RE #2!
The best player in college basketball and soon-to-be number one pick in the NBA Draft can’t escape jokes about his unibrow.
Twitter is abuzz with people saying that the NBA-owned Hornets winning the #1 pick — and Anthony Davis — is a conspiracy. Oh, and Lil Wayne’s happy.
With the news today that Baron could be out 12 months after tearing basically every ligament in his knee, it seems right to remember how incredible of a dunker he once was.
The Hornets’ Jason Smith laid a hit on Blake Griffin that would’ve been brutal on a football field, much less a basketball court. The Clippers were not happy.
And if you were worried that he was going to do it without lengthily quoting some familiar bible passages, fear not. He’s got you covered.
Hornets Center Chris Kaman posted a photo of himself holding a dead cat with the tweet “Guess who we r playing tonight?” The Hornets play the Bobcats tonight in New Orleans. (via @ChrisKaman)
Will Ferrell proved himself the best person at announcing starting line-ups during Wednesday’s Bulls - Hornets game. Thus, it’s only appropriate that the NBA tap Ferrell to make the introductions later this month at the All-Star game. Help us get the league behind this obviously great idea.
“At forward, No. 9, he collects rare birds and has a pet dolphin named Chachi…” Will Ferrell is in the BIg Easy filming a movie. So naturally, he stopped by tonight’s New Orleans Hornets-Chicago Bulls NBA game and spiced up the introductions while announcing each team’s starting lineup. (via The Daily What)