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Metta World Peace shocked everyone by returning to the Lakers lineup earlier this week 12 days after he had surgery to repair a torn meniscus in is left knee. The procedure was supposed to keep him out six weeks. The comeback prompted Kobe Bryant to liken him to Wolverine. Chris Duhon went as far as calling MWP Superman. Superman, huh? Jarrett Jack’s handles are his kryptonite apparently.
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Jarrett Jack of the Warriors tried to make a 3/4 court shot at the end of the first quarter during his match-up with the Thunder. Things did not go as planned. Check out how Jack launched the ball a good 25 feet over the basket in one of the worse attempts we have ever seen. Get out of the weight room and grab the pigskin, Jarrett. [@cjzero] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Golden State Warriors guard Jarrett Jack has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for ''verbal abuse'' of an official.
The league announced the fine Sunday.
The incident occurred at the conclusion of Golden State's 118-116 loss at the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night.
Some Warriors players were upset over the officiating late in the game, including the free throw...
Jarrett Jack put a nasty crossover on Metta World Peace Friday that was so sick it dropped the Lakers forward to his butt. Metta was totally wrong-footed on the play and wasn’t able to gain his balance, leaving him to fall on his backside.
Part of the issue may be that World Peace’s left knee isn’t in as good of condition as he’s let on. He returned less than two weeks after...
If you ever happen to attend an NBA game in your lifetime with close seats, always keep your eye on the action going on because you never know when a basketball might be coming your way.In the final second of the first quarter of Thursday night's Oklahoma City Thunder/Golden State Warriors, Warriors guard Jarrett Jack fired off a full court shot that didn't come close to...
No shot in basketball yields worse results than the full-court heave. When you are tossing up a desperation shot from 80-plus feet away, there is really no such thing as a bad miss. Although, the attempt Golden State Warriors point guard Jarrett Jack tossed up at the end of the first quarter against the Oklahoma City Thunder was pretty fun to watch.
As you can see, Jack caught an...
Apparently Warriors fans weren’t the only ones who took exception with the officiating in Friday’s Lakers-Warriors game.
The NBA has fined Jarrett Jack $25,000 for verbally abusing an official after the loss. There were a few questionable calls that went the Lakers way down the stretch. According to Marcus Thompson, a “visibly upset” Jack tore into the officials once the...
Jack would have come closer had he kicked the ball.
This “shot” got me thinking about this old ad…
Fresh off surgery on a torn meniscus, Metta World Peace got quite the surprise Friday night against the Golden State Warriors and Jarrett Jack. Jack sent MWP skating after a nasty cross-over and pull up jumper.
Nothing to see here: just a horrible at a full court shot by Jarrett Jack at the end of the Warriors-Thunder game. Didn’t Jack travel before his attempt went twenty yards past the basket?
During Thursday night’s Thunder-Warriors game at Oracle Arena, Jarrett Jack threw one of the worst 3/4 court heaves, ever. His attempt at the first quarter buzzer landed a good twenty rows into the stands. Maybe next time, Jack.
via Daily Thunder
Golden State guard Jarrett Jack attempts the worst full court shot of all time against Oklahoma City.
This article is the work of guest blogger Felipe Diaz, a fine and enthusiastic young man from the great state of Wisconsin who is currently a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee studying Film Production and Marketing.
Golden State’s Jarrett Jack doesn’t take kindly to rookies mouthing off to him, so while Kent Bazemore was working out at the team facilities, Jack...
Just days after Steph Curry and his Golden State Warriors teammates filled Kent Bazemore’s car with popcorn, Jarrett Jack tweeted out a picture of rookie Festus Ezeli’s car on blocks. It looks like clinching a playoff spot has put the Warriors in a great mood and they seem keen on teaching the rookies that don’t listen to them a lesson.
Episode 2 of rookies that don’t listen...
Crazy game, huh? Steph Curry explodes for 47. Kobe explodes an Achilles. Lakers edge out the Dubs 118-116. Here are some quick thoughts I had on the game:
1. The Warriors had painfully poor execution down the stretch. Nothing encapsulates this more than Curry’s only shot attempt in the final two-and-a-half minutes being last desperation 65-foot heave at the buzzer. How is it a...