Above is the cover of this week's issue of Sports Illustrated, showing Kawhi Leonard skying through the air, his arm cocked back and ready to spike a dunk on poor Chris Andersen's head. There's a slight problem with this image, though.
Birdman was a guest on the Miami Heat postgame show after last night's victory over the Wizards, and he turned what could have been a very boring interview segment into a beautiful piece of performance art.
Holy shit. We thought that the Internet Crimes Against Children's investigation of Chris Andersen was put to rest when his attorneys revealed to the Denver Post that Andersen had been extorted by the mother of an underage California woman who had a relationship with Andersen. Now, Andersen's attorneys have released…
After Thursday's dustup between Heat forward Chris "Birdman" Andersen and the elder Hansbrough formerly known as Psycho T, the league allowed Birdman to finish out the rest of the game. Yesterday night, the NBA announced they're suspending Birdman without pay for the sixth game of the series. That is bullshit.
The tall white guy fight we all wanted to see nearly happened last night. Chris "Birdman" Andersen and Tyler Hansbrough exchanged shoves, words, and death stares—or at least the closest to "menacing" that Hansbrough's mug can muster.
Hot Hot Hoops took in Shane Battier's annual charity event in Miami Beach last night, and, I don't know, I guess some money was raised for a good cause or whatever. That's a distant second to the world-shattering levels of whiteness when Mike Miller and Chris "Birdman" Andersen cover Vanilla Ice's greatest hit.
Yesterday's shocking news of a child porn investigation at the house of Nuggets center Chris "Birdman" Andersen has led to today's announcement by Andersen's lawyer that he may be an extortion victim.
Denver's 9News is reporting that Nuggets center Chris "Birdman" Andersen's home is the target of an investigation by the Internet Crimes Against Children division of the Douglas County Sheriff's Department.
If this is your thing, Chris "Birdman" Andersen has loaned his defiled corpus to PETA for their "Ink Not Mink" anti-fur campaign. Today, per the Denver Post, he'll be handing out donated fur coats to the homeless for winter. Something tells me J.R. Smith wants one.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and the blogosphere to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
Denver may or may not succeed in keeping Kobe Bryant from his eternal destiny, but at least they are making things interesting. The series heads back to Los Angeles tied at 2, but anything that keeps goofballs like Chris Andersen in the "spotlight" a little longer is okay by me.