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The day is quickly progressing from late afternoon to early evening, so let’s just knock these two posters out before tonight’s games begin, shall we? Alright! First up is Moe Harkless, who threw down a pair of third-quarter jams over the oft-yammed-on Chris Kaman on Sunday. While neither two-handed mash is overly spectacular (and only one really constitutes what I consider a “poster”), both are indeed two-handed mashes in the vicinity of Chris Kaman, which is a thing of note because Kaman was yet to appear on the posterized list this season. Needless to say, I’m shocked that he was able to make it nearly halfway through the campaign — that’s got to be a personal best.
No honorable mentions, obviously, as Harkless basically won by default.
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Monday’s winning poster was significantly more exciting. With just a minute left in Portland’s latest attempt to pull off a miracle, Damian Lillard nearly helped the Blazers do just that by driving past John Wall and destroying Nene. Unfortunately, Lillard turned the ball over on the ensuing possession, but that doesn’t make his one-handed smash any less ridiculous. Take a look at the little guy…
He’s got those sneaky ups! Honorable mentions to Kawhi Leonard, DeMarcus Cousins, Al Horford, and Al Horford.
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Throwback Poster of the Day: Bet KG never saw this coming…
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Magic forward Glen Davis didn’t get his nickname from being scrawny. Before Tuesday’s game with the Pistons, “Big Baby” went searching for his pre-game peanut butter and jelly sandwich, which apparently was supposed to be made by rookie Andrew Nicholson. Davis interrupted an interview Nicholson was having with Fox Sports Detroit’s Justin White to interrogate. He was disgusted...
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Tweet Usually rookies go through a hazing period to initiate them to their new team, and Orlando Magic rookie Andrew Nicholson is no different. Veteran big man and resident class clown Glen “Big Baby” Davis interrupted a Nicholson interview recently to make an odd request: Davis wanted his peanut butter and jelly sandwiches or else: I [...]
As we constantly remind folks on here, Glen Big Baby Davis is a different type of cat. Orlando Magic rookie Andrew Nicholson was giving Fox Sports an interview when Davis interrupted to remind him of something.
See Nicholson is a rookie, and in professional sports leagues, rookies go through some sort of hazing whether it be carrying bags, getting breakfast, or in Nicholson’s...
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Auburn Hills, Mich.
(14-26) vs. (15-25)
Time/TV: 7:30 p.m./FSFlorida
Line: Pistons by 5
Tickets: $1-$113 on Vivid Seats
Season Series: Won 110-106 in Auburn Hills on Nov. 16; Won 90-74 in Orlando on Nov. 21; Tonight in Auburn Hills; Jan. 27 in Orlando
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