BORIS DIAW RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Memphis Grizzlies were able to force overtime in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals Tuesday night, in which, the San Antonio Spurs didn’t score in over eight minutes, but it was this facial by Quincy Pondexter on Boris Diaw that had my attention.The post Quincy Pondexter Dunks All Over Boris Diaw (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
It’s a battle between two fundamental teams, two half-court offenses, not a lot of expected highlight reel plays. However, in Tuesday night’s Western Conference Game 2, Memphis Grizzlies forward Quincy Pondexter went flying for the huge slam over San Antonio Spurs’ Boris Diaw during the fourth quarter. Even though Pondexter’s baseline slam helped the Grizzlies rally and force...
Quincy Pondexter owned Game 2′s biggest play, but the Memphis Grizzlies dropped the Western Conference Final game to the San Antonio Spurs.
Tim Duncan scored 17 points and Tony Parker had 15 to push the Spurs past Memphis 93-89 in overtime.
Parker had a career-high 18 assists, which put San Antonio up 2-0 as the series moves to Memphis on Saturday.
Besides the loss, the world...
Just when it looked like the Memphis Grizzlies were left for dead in game two of the 2013 Western Conference Finals, the play of Quincy Pondexter and Jerryd Bayless kept them alive.
The most notable moment from Memphis comeback was this poster dunk that Pondexter served up in the grill of Spurs center Boris Diaw:
Quincy Pondexter throws down dunk on Boris Diaw [CBS Sports]
The Spurs will be without big man Boris Diaw for 3-4 weeks as the team announced Friday that he underwent back surgery to remove a synovial cyst from his lumbar spine on Thursday.
Diaw, who will miss the start of the playoffs, is averaging 5.8 points and 3.4 rebounds in 22.8 minutes a game this season – 20 of them starts.
The Harlem Shake meme seems to be dying, if it isn’t already dead, but it seems San Antonio Spurs forward Boris Diaw didn’t receive the memo.
Diaw does stop motion Lego movies in his spare time and decided to create a Harlem Shake video which is actually pretty cool.
Check the video out here:
H/T to Pro Basketball Talk for the video.
Boris Diaw may be a little behind the proverbial eight-ball meme, but the man did put in a pretty great effort. It may be early and I’ve only have a half of a cup of coffee but I’m not sure how he actually was able to make the little pieces move, unless he really spent a long time on this. Now that I said that it actually does make sense, that is why he is just dropping the...
The Harlem Shake took over the NBA this season with teams such as the Miami Heat, Timberwolves and a bevy of other teams getting in the act.
All try to put their own spin on the dance craze but Spurs' Boris Diaw just took it to a whole other level using a stop-motion, Lego-created, Harlem Shake video or should I say the "Lego Shake."
From Spongebob Squarepants...
The Harlem Shake craze has come and gone in the internet world, but the latest video produced by San Antonio Spurs forward Boris Diaw may just do well in keeping the craze alive.Diaw, along with Babac Films, allegedly endulged in 10 hours of drinking coffee to create this animated clip, which stars a plethora of Lego pieces. Yes, Lego pieces of all things.It actually turned out to...
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The Harlem Shake craze took over the NBA this season with teams doing their versions of the craze and it appears San Antonio Spurs' Boris Diaw got in the act. However, Diaw's version of the Harlem Shake was quite different.
Diaw got creative with his video skills and made the "Lego Shake." The great news for San Antonio Spurs is that he's not trying trying...