We’re not saying Nike and the NBA have something pre-planned here, but things are looking a little fishy. Apparently they’ve already printed “2-Time Champion” inside of the new floral lows that are coming out and this image has been surfacing all over the web. We love Lebron around here, but it’s pretty clear that he still has some work to do before claiming another championship. Game 6 tonight in Miami at 6 PM (PST). This is a crucial game and must-win for the Miami Heat. Click HERE for the full story thanks to Deadspin.
Oh he just did it on em’. J.R. for president, Young Mula affiliated.
After a bunch of sloppy mishandeling of the ball by the Raptors, the rock ended up in Ed Davis’ hands and Tim Duncan found himself on the other end of a furious throw down! Nobody saw this coming as Davis soared through the air for one major posterization.
San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker is suing the owners of W.i.P. nightclub over injuries he allegedly sustained during the Chris Brown-Drake brawl earlier this month, reports the New York Post. The NBA All-Star is seeking $20 million following a “corneal laceration of the left eye and other injuries” he says he suffered during the fight, though his lawyer David Jaroslawicz admitted the extent of the injuries are still unknown. _Source
As you may have already seen yesterday, James Harden put the team on his back like Darren Sharper and hit a clutch three to put the game away for the Thunder against the Spurs. Not only did he win the game but he did it in style wearing some Hyperdunk 2011 Low PE’s which are pictured above and below. Who’s taking the series?
There’s been a lot of drama surrounding the Oklahoma City Thunder today, especially with those shirts that someone made over there thanking Seattle for giving them the team. That’s not really important to the players though, they’re all about the playoffs as their fans should be too. The Thunder came back to Oklahoma today ahead of the Lakers in the series 3-1. After a very impressive demolishing of the Lake Show in the 4th quarter, they ended up winning the game (106-90) and advancing to the Western Conference Finals. Top performer for the Lakers was non other than Kobe Bryant with 42 points and for the Thunder it was Kevin Durant with 25 points, 10 rebounds, and 4 steals. Russell Westbrook also had a great performance with 28 points and James Harden added 17 to give the OKC “Big Three” a combined 70 points. Up next the Thunder take on the Spurs. For complete coverage and video recap click HERE.