Joel Embiid: Hey, thanks for visiting me, man.
Jabari Parker: Thanks for getting injured. My odds of being selected first overall just got sweeter. Here’s a Gatorade and some Flintstones vitamins for you.
Oh, so you think have the best shoe game? You might want to check out Gilbert Arenas’ crazy collection. Don’t even dare try naming all of ‘em.
Spiderman sings (?)
Move over, Jed Madela. There’s a new crooner in town. Who else? Arwind Santos! Did you expect someone else? Wait, what?
Yep, quite unfortunately. The reigning PBA MVP is becoming a recording artist according to his handler, Melmac Sports Management. Hide the women and children!
We’re glad to know that former La Salle-Greenhills star Kobe Paras is doing well in the States. It was recently reported on L.A. Times that he scored 22 points, including three three-pointers, in a losing effort for Cathedral High School against Long Beach Poly in a tournament organized by the Toronto Raptors’ DeMar DeRozan.
Apparently, the 16-year-old son of PBA legend Benjie Paras has grown three inches in a year’s span. He sat out last year due to residency issues but will finally suit up for the Phantoms. Keep doin’ work, Kobe. Leave the VJ-ing and teenybopper-movie-starring to your kuya Andre.
6’0” streetballer can jump
Your move, Blake Griffin. Jump over a blue whale or something.