RUDY GOBERT RUMORS & GOSSIP
Rudy Gobert has been known as the Stifle Tower due to his defensive rim presence. But, hey, the dude can do a little passing, too.
Look at this fancy behind-the-back pass to Trevor Booker for the slam:
Do we have to watch out for Rudy Gobert’s passing, too? My goodness.
Rudy Gobert pic from Getty Images. Vine from Andy Bailey.
Who can stop the Stifle Tower? Rudy Gobert gets the offensive board and throws down this SUPER STRONG right-handed jam.
Poor Dorell Wright getting shoved out of the way:
Gobert can only get more frightening from here on out.
Rudy Gobert pic from Getty Images. Vine by Mike Gallagher.
Rudy Gobert #27 of the Utah Jazz jumps for a rebound against Wesley Johnson #11 of the Los Angeles Lakers on March 19, 2015 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California. (Mandatory Credit: ESPN/Getty Images)
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I guess the Warriors’ Andrew Bogut didn’t learn the meaning of sharing when he was growing up in Australia.
During the Warriors-Jazz recent game, Utah’s Rudy Gobert was soaking in sweat and needed some help from Bogut. Seeing him grab himself a towel to dry off, Rudy decided to see if Bogut would be a pal and share with him.
Apparently not as Bogut did not want to share with...
Yeah this is going to sting a bit for Utah’s Rudy Gobert.
Against the Wizards, Gobert was on the wrong end of a powerful, ego-crushing dunk courtesy of Nene.
Check out Nene making Gobert look silly and the Wizards’ bench jumping out of their seats
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Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert celebrated a monster slam dunk by saluting his teammates on the bench during Thursday night's game against Houston.Gobert posterized Rockets forward Terrence Jones and annihilated the rim with this one-handed slam:Halfway through the fourth quarter, Gobert had 19 points and a whopping 22 rebounds as the Jazz led the Rockets by 19.H/T TNLP.
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