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The elder Gasol is apparently a tennis fan – and also, inadvertently a Roy Hibbert supporter:
“What an incredible match between @DjokerNole and @RafaelNadal! Rafa never gives up on any ball.”
Good one, Pau! Couldn’t have done better myself. PS, I’m not giving up on this. Hibbert was funny.
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Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard's poor free throw shooting was mocked on a recent episode of the game show 'Jeopardy' as part of the category "Science in Sports".
The $1600 answer: "Geometric arch that's the natural path of a projectile; a narrower one helps free throws, Dwight Howard."
In case you were wondering...
No one has ever doubted Kobe Bryant‘s competitiveness. The Lakers star is watching the NBA Finals carefully. If the Spurs win, that means Tim Duncan has one more ring than Bryant. “My goal is to win more than five,” Bryant told Stephan A. Smith on ESPN Radio. “If he does win five, hopefully that pushes our organization upstairs to be even more determined and more driven to...
Poor Dwight Howard can't seem to catch a break these days.
The star center just suffered through a miserable season with the Lakers, which saw his team get bounced from the first round of this year's NBA Playoffs. Now, with this future up in the air, the TV quiz show Jeopardy! has decided to take a shot at him. Observe:
Aww, come on. Is that really fair? Welp, fair or not...
Kobe Bryant talked about the possibility of Tim Duncan tying him with five NBA titles.
"My goal is to win more than five," said Bryant. "If he does win five, hopefully that pushes our organization upstairs to be even more determined and more driven to make the necessary expenses to make sure we continue the next year and the year after that."
Bryant is confident...
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The fine folks over at the television game show “Jeopardy” over the years have used NBA players as part of clues but during a recent episode, one clue took a shot at Dwight Howard’s free throw shooting. In terms of the context for the clue, it was in a category called “Science in Sports” and it was worth $1,600: *** Jeopardy mocks Dwight Howard’s free throw shooting [Deadspin]
Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard is not the best free thrower as you know. Ok, he’s downright terrible.
So terrible, the intelligent trivia minded folks at Jeopardy are even aware of it. Here’s their $1600 clue the other day…
The answer, or question rather? “What is a parabola?”
There was a time when Andrew Bynum was something other than a bowling injury tricked out with a bizarre Afro.
There was a time, eight years ago now, when he was a meaningful draft pick, No. 10 overall, the Lakers selection after their worst season of the past 20 years.
Mitch Kupchak and company settled on the 17-year-old big man that June, and in doing so, they got something of...
Just to keep things in perspective, free agency doesn’t even officially begin until July 1st and Dwightmare 2 is only picking up steam. The latest report comes via Blacksportsonline, as we read that Dwight is still leery of teammate Kobe Bryant and head coach Mike D’Antoni. “People close to [Howard] say he’s still leery of [...]
Jimmy Kimmel is one of my favorite late night talk hosts thanks solely to the fact that he has some of the best skits/pranks around. One of his more popular reoccurring skits is “Lie Witness News” where Kimmel sends a crew to interview people about things that haven’t actually happened. The latest edition, which aired last night before Game 1 of the NBA Finals, featured questions...