Nene dunking like Oklahoma Thunder owes him money.
Nice box out by Lamar Odom. Lakers can always count on him to be a non-factor in crucial times.
As a professional basketball player, AK47 did the unthinkable and missed an open layup right underneath the basket. He can find comfort that Jerry Sloan’s not around to berate him until he cries.
Last night, Melo tied George Gervin’s NBA record with most points made in a quarter at 33. It’s definitely a break out game for one of the NBA’s most prolific scorers. Melo has been subpar this year with an average of just under 21 points per game, his lowest output since the 04-05 season. This is Melo’s way of letting the League know who’s the boss.
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith breaks down this trade in the video below:
This is an excellent trade for both teams. The Pistons, who now have a fearsome backcourt of Rip Hamilton and A.I., should see an increase in scoring while the Nuggets desperately needed some defense which Billups can bring. J.R. Smith should also get more minutes without A.I. in the lineup.
Monster night for Kobe Bryant. A lot of jersey collar poppin’
A nice way to get a superstar out of the game.
This would’ve been Slam Dunk Competition material, just a few inches short.