We’ve been sent the above video—purporting to be of a Thunder fan rightfully panicking over Steph Curry having the ball in his hands at the end of Saturday’s thriller—a few times now, so let’s nip it in the bud: it’s hilarious but it’s not real. The real one is even better.
DeMarcus Cousins, Rudy Gay, Kenneth Faried, let's see what you've got:
There's a longstanding and for the most part right-headed beef between NBA statheads and Rudy Gay, and it may have just gone a little far. Gay has banned the team from having scoresheets in the locker room because—actually, what the hell is going on up there?
On a scale of one to Lil-Wayne-claiming-to-have-humped-Chris-Bosh's-wife, this particular hip-hop/NBA beef rates at about a two. The Toronto Raptors played the Washington Wizards last night, and D.C. rapper Wale was sitting courtside. After watching Raptors forward Rudy Gay hit a three-pointer and aggressively make a…
Adrian Wojnarowski's latest Yahoo column is a thorough think piece about what the Memphis Grizzlies' decision to trade Rudy Gay to the Toronto Raptors means for the future of NBA free agency. It's a perfectly fine read, but what caught our attention was this paragraph, tucked away near the end of the column:
About an hour ago, Grizzlies small forward Rudy Gay tweeted out a video of Zach Randolph undergoing what appears to be a simulated sobriety test, complete with a set of drunk goggles and a big yellow line to walk along.
A month ago, he was rocking the no-look over-the-shoulder lob. Now, with this off-the-forehead alley-oop over the weekend, Rondo has cemented himself as the highlightiest player of the lockout.
LeBron played in Rudy Gay's charity all-star game just outside of Memphis last night. He scored 43 points and, as he tends to do, made no new friends at the DeSoto Civic Center in Southaven, Miss. There might be a lockout underway, but worry not, heathens: Together, we will still find ways to mock LeBron James on…
In a push to bring Memphis its All-Star Game participant, the Grizzlies have fashioned Rudy Gay as the urban, and urbane, Dos Equis spokesman who "once missed a dunk just to feel what it was like." [Commercial Appeal].
You know how in a basketball video game, you'll intentionally let the computer tie it up so you can nail the buzzer-beater? The NBA was like that yesterday.
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