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Anyone who plays basketball in front of thousands of people for a living is going to end up getting photographed and/or videotaped in some compromising positions and/or doing some pretty weird looking stuff. It’s simply inevitable (…isn’t that right, Kobe Bryant?). That being said, Glen Davis seems to appear in various types of unusual photos and videos much more frequently than his peers. For instance, I recently posted a video of Davis getting his open-mouthed face so close to that of Aaron Gray that it looked like he was trying to eat the Raptors’ center. Now, just a few days later, he’s at it again (not eating people, just doing something strange):
First of all, Orlando’s 20-point loss to Brooklyn appears to have had all the lulz and I officially regret not watching it. Secondly, how is this not a foul? I understand that Davis prevented Wallace from landing awkwardly, but you can’t grab people out of midair, throw them over your shoulder like a sack of potatoes, and place them out of bounds, regardless of whether or not it impacts the play in any way.
Also, Glen, get your hand out the damn cookie jar.
BEST OF MAXIM
Glen “Big Baby” Davis wants opposing teams to know that he’s IN the battle but he’s actually a lover not a fighter. During Monday nights Magic game against the Nets. Big Baby tried to foul but caught him and gingerly placed him out of bounds.
Well wasn’t that thoughtful. The Nets win this one by 20. 97-77.
It's not often that you get to see an NBA player catch another but during Monday night's Brooklyn Nets/Orlando Magic affair, Orlando's Glen Davis came up holding Brooklyn's Gerald Wallace.The moment happened in the third quarter of play and watch as Glen catches "Crash" after a drive attempt:
James Harden and his crew know that Foot Locker is bringing new heat everyday. Not everyone got the message, like Harden’s friend Maurice, who wore the same shoes twice and got banished to Kris Humphries’ mirror-watching entourage:
Sometimes NBA players have nowhere to hid from flying balls and during tonight's Orlando Magic/Brooklyn Nets game, Nets forward Andray Blatche took one right to the mug.With less than three minutes to play, Orlando reserve Kyle O'Quinn was trying to save a possession and fired a ball going out of bounds at Blatche.That's when Andray world got a little shook up:
Welcome to the first installment of my weekly post where I, Scott from Crabdribbles.com, bring to you the best performance and top five plays from the past week in the D-League. It’s pretty simple, really — if you play well and your team wins, you have a good chance to secure the week’s top honors. And as far as the to five plays plays go, simply throw down a thunderous dunk...
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They beat Orlando four times this season and are 17-0 against teams that were under .500 when they played them.
Now the big boys are coming to Barclays Center.
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Well, here comes their chance.
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Game time: 7:30 PM ET
TV: FOX Sports Florida
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