Found April 13, 2013 on
This one comes from Thursday night's Oklahoma City/Golden State game, but it is so awesome that it warrants posting a couple days after the fact.
It comes as no surprise really that we see Russell Westbrook making a play like this. The man has game and he made sure that Golden State knew it with the way he rejected this shot. Of course it doesn't hurt that his partner in crime, Kevin Durant, followed it up with a monster dunk.
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Golden State Warriors center Festus Ezeli was the latest victim of rookie hazing by his teammates as they removed the wheels from his car.
Ezeli posted a photo of the car on his Instagram account and asked his Twitter followers for a ride home. However, Ezeli did eventually find the tires, which his teammates hid around the building where the car was parked.
The cars seem...
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...
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...
According to Rusty Simmons, Andrew Bogut is listed day-to-day by the Warriors after an MRI revealed a bone bruise in his left ankle.
The center had already been ruled out for Friday’s tilt against the Lakers in So Cal.
Bout left the Warriors’ loss to the Thunder on Thursday late in the first quarter. He reportedly originally sprained the ankle Tuesday against the Timberwolves...
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...
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.
Jack would have come closer had he kicked the ball.
This “shot” got me thinking about this old ad…
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.
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
An MRI revealed the injury to his surgically repaired ankle.
Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant are two of the most explosive athletes in the NBA. The two put that explosiveness on display in an amazing sequence of plays Thursday night while in Golden State visiting the Warriors. Check out the video below courtesy of NBA Mistress. Watch and Westbrook vehemently denies a lay-up attempt by [...]