By Jon Carlos RodriguezBecause there was no Cavs drama, the best thing that happened today was the hideous thing that Zach LaVine did to one JaKarr Sampson.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezHave you ever seen the greatest trick that Jason Kidd ever pulled as a coach? There’s a video of this on YouTube, and it’s the most entertaining thing you’ll ever watch today. Probably.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezMonday night submitted an entry to vie for Most Entertaining Night in NBA history. And no, it’s not because the Warriors and Cavs played. The other rivalry we didn’t know we needed—the Houston Rockets vs the Los Angeles Clippers—provided the unexpected but very much needed entertainment.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezHave you ever heard Michael Beasley give his insights about the human brain? There’s a video of this rare highlight reel on YouTube, and it’s the most entertaining thing you’ll ever watch today. Probably.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezHave you ever seen Terrence Romeo eat a whole chicken with spicy noodles? There’s a video of this rare highlight reel on YouTube, and it’s the most entertaining thing you’ll ever watch today. Probably.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezRenaldo Balkman, who has the word “hustle” tattooed on one of his eyelids and the word “harder” on the other, has escaped the pit.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezAfter just two seasons with the De La Salle Green Archers, head coach Aldin Ayo is reportedly moving from Taft to España. Welcome to the Aldin Ayo Saga.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezKobe is the very definition of a dude who is unfuckwithable. He’s on another level as a human being, beyond us mere mortals who flinch at every fake pass or laugh at Chris Rock jokes.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezNBA champion Matt Barnes has announced his retirement from the NBA after 15 playing years. To pay tribute, let’s take a look at one of his biggest contributions to the league: his awesome Instagram account.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezIn an alternate reality, the FEU Tamaraws and the De La Salle Green Archers battled it out in a physical, dirty finals series, turning the La Salle-Ateneo rivalry into a distant memory. This other version of life would’ve been real, if Isaac Go didn’t exist.