15minute:

Masked Lebron looming large, but is anyone afraid? 

15minute:

Masked Lebron looming large, but is anyone afraid? 


I never realized that the Chicago Bulls logo flipped upside-down looks like a robot reading the bible… pic.twitter.com/jrOJNiUmjH
— Tom Read (@traread) June 6, 2014
@diawboris: No worries pop only one glass of wine and daily workouts! 

@diawboris: No worries pop only one glass of wine and daily workouts! 

fuckyeanba:

Remember when D-Rose wouldn’t dance during the all-star game in 2012?

A couple of months before [Dwyane Wade’s] official date to go down the aisle, which happened at a home in Miami Saturday, his fiancée, the actress Gabrielle Union, 41, told Us Weekly that their wedding planning was going smoothly thanks to her betrothed.

“He realized that I was trying to turn it into a frat party with K-cups and beer pong, and he took over,” she said. “He really Kanye’d himself and really doubled down, and it’s his princess day, and I’m just along for the ride.”

doublescribble:

Jungyoun Kim (Facebook / Behance)

CNN:What was the hardest thing to give up?
LeBron:It was either pancakes or chocolate chip cookies and ice cream.
CNN:Did you go to bed dreaming of pancakes that you could not have?
LeBron:What? All the time. I had the cookie monster chasing me a few times in my dreams.
stormingthefloor:

Bill vs. Wilt

stormingthefloor:

Bill vs. Wilt

(Source: slimshady-xv)

nbacooldudes:

Kevin Garnett — Minnesota Timberwolves

nbacooldudes:

Kevin Garnett  Minnesota Timberwolves

(Source: twitter.com)

My season in war-torn Ukraine: The unfolding of a civil war through the eyes of one American basketball player - Coleman Collins

Sometime in February, on the night before a game, team management called an emergency meeting. As I cleaned the dirty snow from my shoes and shuffled into the building, I passed by the Russian news reports on the televisions in the janitorial staff’s office, and exhausted the limits of my rudimentary Russian skills to decipher their propaganda. “Something-something terrorism, something-something Americanski-Europeaski something,” said the reporter. The janitors muttered in assent. There were images of tires burning and smoke rising. The protests in Kiev had turned violent, the main square was burning, and for the first time since the crisis began people had been killed in broad daylight.
Though the league’s governing body had successfully ignored politics up until then, it was suddenly faced with the terrible optics of playing basketball games while civilians were being shot in the streets by government security services. It was decided that the next day would be a national day of mourning in remembrance of the people who were killed. Our next game would need to be postponed for a few weeks, but all of the weekend games would be played as scheduled. “Don’t worry,” the club’s vice president said. “This will give them enough time to clear these troublemakers from the streets, and the season will proceed normally.”
The next day, more than 80 people were killed.

My season in war-torn Ukraine: The unfolding of a civil war through the eyes of one American basketball player - Coleman Collins

Sometime in February, on the night before a game, team management called an emergency meeting. As I cleaned the dirty snow from my shoes and shuffled into the building, I passed by the Russian news reports on the televisions in the janitorial staff’s office, and exhausted the limits of my rudimentary Russian skills to decipher their propaganda. “Something-something terrorism, something-something Americanski-Europeaski something,” said the reporter. The janitors muttered in assent. There were images of tires burning and smoke rising. The protests in Kiev had turned violent, the main square was burning, and for the first time since the crisis began people had been killed in broad daylight.

Though the league’s governing body had successfully ignored politics up until then, it was suddenly faced with the terrible optics of playing basketball games while civilians were being shot in the streets by government security services. It was decided that the next day would be a national day of mourning in remembrance of the people who were killed. Our next game would need to be postponed for a few weeks, but all of the weekend games would be played as scheduled. “Don’t worry,” the club’s vice president said. “This will give them enough time to clear these troublemakers from the streets, and the season will proceed normally.”

The next day, more than 80 people were killed.

nbacooldudes:

Larry Bird — Boston Celtics

nbacooldudes:

Larry Bird — Boston Celtics


NBA All-Star Russell Westbrook will make a guest appearance on Nickelodeon’s new show, “Henry Danger,” for an episode set to air in November.
Westbrook, a point guard for the Oklahoma City Thunder, will play “Shawn,” who claims to be only 13 years old when he joins Henry’s basketball team … but seems much older.

- NY Post

NBA All-Star Russell Westbrook will make a guest appearance on Nickelodeon’s new show, “Henry Danger,” for an episode set to air in November.

Westbrook, a point guard for the Oklahoma City Thunder, will play “Shawn,” who claims to be only 13 years old when he joins Henry’s basketball team … but seems much older.

- NY Post

Team Serbia