The Cleveland Cavaliers finally figured out that Timofey Mozgov is one of the finest commercial actors in Cleveland, and decided to use his immense talent for their own purposes. So here he is riding a bear.
Mozgov met little point guard man Michael Carter-Williams last night. Mozgov did not dunk.
Timofey Mozgov is strongest, also largest. Mozgov dunk; Mozgov rebound; Mozgov block shot. But Mozgov is not oaf! Mozgov have skill. Mozgov shoot three!
Timofey Mozgov has already produced a body of work that would secure him a spot in the Athlete Local Commercial Hall Of Fame, if such a thing existed. Which is to say that Mozgov didn’t need to cut this spot for Sky Zone in order to prove his greatness, but he did it anyway, because that’s what legends do.
At first glance, this picture of Timofey Mozgov doesn’t seem like much. It’s from his Facebook page, and comes with the caption “With my Russian agents (ProTeam Agency). Before the game,” which doesn’t signal anything special, but then you notice Mozgov’s SpongeBob shirt. And then you remember that he was wearing the…
If you weren’t already convinced that longtime NBA referee and albino rage-turtle Joey Crawford is the worst, please watch the clip above.
Timofey Mozgov is strongest man in NBA, and I am weak, wrong little boy.
This is how bad it has gotten for the Hawks: they’re getting Mozgov’d by Mozgov on alley-oops. They’re down 17 at the half, and don’t show the faintest sign that they can comeback and win.
The Sponge Bob Square Pants shirt and the presence of a normal-sized woman—always a fun gag—are enough to make this picture great, but then there’s the subject line on the email that brought it to us: “Mosgov [sic] demanded a pic with my gf.”
Yesterday, we learned that Timofey Mozgov starred in a fantastic local commercial in which he wore a backwards jersey and repeatedly looked off-camera, but now we know that's not his only spot. Here's another one with him talking to his "favorite day-time bartender." Timofey Mozgov has a favorite day-time bartender?
We are unabashed fans of awkward local commercials starring athletes, and this new piece of work starring Timofey Mozgov in a backwards jersey is an instant classic. Give the inspired wardrobe choice the respect it deserves, but don't let it distract you from those pained glances away from the camera.
Cavs center Timofey Mozgov scored 17 points on 7-of-8 shooting while playing just 17 minutes in last night's rout of the Nets. That's an efficient-ass game! He's got Kyrie Irving, who set up five of those seven made buckets with some beautiful passing, to thank for it.
OK, there are a few ways to look at this.
Not only did the Nuggets get their butts kicked in Charlotte tonight, but Denver center Timofey Mozgov ended up bloodied after this one-two punch to the face:
Before you click play, you need to know that this video is labeled as "Hello again" on the Denver Nuggets' official YouTube page. I just feel like you need to know that. OK, now click play.
Earlier today we posted some images from Timofey Mozgov's astounding photoshoot in Russian Esquire. Some of you took it upon yourselves to give these images the Photoshop treatment they clearly deserve, including Fred Merkle's inspirational work seen here.
Below you'll find a number of transparent templates to do as…
Timofey Mozgov did a fashion spread for Russian Esquire, and it is bewildering. The photos are described as "Basketball Timofey Mozgov (216 cm), who in 2010 played in NBA, tried to try shirt designed for the common man," but that doesn't even begin to do them justice.
For once, Timofey Mozgov was the one throwing a forearm into some poor schmuck's face before cramming one on his head, and it was good. As for Josh Smith, well, that's the unmistakable reaction of a man who is on a 25-win team and has just about had it with this bullshit.
Nuggets center Timofey Mozgov had a fantastic game last night, finishing with 17 points and 20 rebounds against the band of desiccated corpses that currently makes up the Nets roster. But none of Mozgov's points were as impressive as the two he scored here, after executing a smooth "one hand jobby."