Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders is still recovering from the broken finger he sustained in a nightclub brawl at Milwaukee nightspot ‘Apartment 720′ last month.
Surveillance footage has now emerged of the altercation, however #BTHype’s investigative team was able to obtain never before seen footage with full sound from the nightclub that night.
Check it out:
Original footage: via Fox6now.com
In this week’s episode of NBA players doing normal people things (patent pending), Steven Adams sets off to find himself a crib in Oklahoma City. There are so many great things about this video, from
Aussie Steve Adams being outraged at the absence of an outdoor clothes line to being disappointed with the kitchen sink water pressure and even suggesting he thought he might buy a farm to live on instead.
I don’t know why this video exists, but i’m so very glad it does.
via: NBC ProBasketballTalk
After the Orlando Magic defeated the Sixers today, it was time for their time honored tradition of of having some players carve a turkey post-game, in honor of Thanksgiving.
Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis and Nic Vucevic got the call up and Big Baby did not disappoint on two counts:
- Instead of carving the turkey, he simply tears the leg off, Man v Food /caveman style; and
- My favorite part of this video, when Big Baby is asked by Magic play-by play man, David Steele what his favorite Thanksgiving side dish is, with a mouthful of turkey all he can do is scream MACARONI!!!…………trust me, you will never get sick of watching it.
Over the past few seasons we have seen just how big an impact positive vibes from the bench can lift a teams spirit. From Robert Sacre’s sweet dance moves, to Patty Mills’ fine work with the towel wave, sending some love from the bench with the towel can really pump up the team.
…….Or if your Marcin Gortat, and you shoot 3-10 from the field and your team loses to the Toronto Raptors, feel free to make that towel pay, Hulk style.
Trevor Ariza’s reaction in the background says it all.
via: PBT and Ananth Pandia
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith sits down with the Indiana Pacers starting five and head coach Frank Vogel to chat about their championship aspirations, their continued improvement, game 7 of the finals and much more.
All is right in Kyrie Irving’s sports world in this latest spot for Foot Locker. In a world where Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield bury the hatchet, Dennis Rodman is banished to North Korea, Craig Sager burns all his awful suits and Brett Farve knows when to walk away………the “Week of Greatness” has it all.
Kyrie is quickly becoming the NBA’s leader in the hilarious commercial power rankings and this effort certainly adds some points.
The Sacramento Kings woke up the Sleep Train Arena, (nailed it) roaring in a Guinness World Record 119.7 decibels for the loudest indoor sports arena. The previous record held by the Milwaukee Bucks and the Bradley Center in 2008 was no match for Friday night’s effort by the Sacramento fans.
This was the Kings only nationally televised game for the entire season, so they damn sure made the most of it. They also went on to break their own record during halftime, registering a 122.6 on the ‘crowd loud-o-meter’ (definitely not the name of whatever measures noise).
Every one of those cheers has to be going to Kevin Johnson and the rest of the group that helped keep the Kings in town and out of the clutches of Seattle. It’s always been said that the Kings had the best fans in the NBA, now its official…………well at least they’re the noisiest.
Fun fact: the Kings lost this game to the Pistons 97-90…..can’t win at everything I guess.
This ad actually made me laugh hysterically for a solid minute. The sheer concept of Ricky Rubio starting a phone chat service with an unknowing Kevin Love as the face of the scam is priceless.
Throw in Rubio’s seedy office and some creepy Kevin Love billboards and you have a winner.
Well played ESPN.
An occasional contributor to the #GotEm stakes, Deron Williams has taken things to the next level.
The NBA dictionary defines a #GotEm as:
“The art of photographically capturing an unsuspecting teammate whilst sleeping on any mode of transport, either to or from an NBA game or event.”
“If one can capture their teammate whilst including themselves in the photo, more credit is given, due to the higher degree of difficulty.”
Your move…….everyone else in the NBA.
The NBA has launched a new digital platform with American Express to showcase the players life, passions and interests off the court. The digital video series will look at topics like food, fashion, music, travel and more.
This edition of Off the Court shows off Rajon Rondo’s passion for style and fashion.