I’m quite sure this isn’t what Memphis guard Mario Chalmers intended to do, but hey, sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good.
Criticism of Mario Chalmers never misses a game.
You laugh, but there's a strong possibility that Mario really was about to get screamed at for standing in the wrong place or something.
I get it. Sometimes we all want to yell at Mario Chalmers. He's the annoying little brother who means well, but doesn't think and often makes things worse. He's eminently shoveable. Little kids practice endless jumpers in their driveways, dreaming that someday they'll make the NBA and be able to push Chalmers around a…
According to the Reddit user who spotted these nesting dolls while visiting Russia, Bosh's doll was the smallest one in the set, coming in behind both Ray Allen and Mario Chalmers. That's some cold shit, Russia.
Perhaps Mario Chalmers and Ray Allen thought LeBron was joking when he told them they would be doing pushups if they lost a shooting competition to him. He was not joking. LeBron's drill-sergeant cadence could use a little work, though. There's not nearly enough spittle flying here.
Roof top bottle poppin life.
You have to admire a national championship game in which most of the final possessions late in regulation are fast breaks. In a relentlessly entertaining national championship game, the Kansas Jayhawks win their first national championship in 20 years. Bill Self gets his title, and Mario Chalmers secures his place in…