Let us all praise Vince Carter on this wonderful evening.
The Celtics scored approximately one million points in a defense-optional win over the Sacramento Kings this afternoon. Isaiah Thomas, now an all-star, turned 27 today and he celebrated by getting up there and swatting former teammate DeMarcus Cousins’ layup attempt. “Get that shit out!” indeed.
When you're a power forward with T-Rex arms, you have to go looking for more creative ways to go about blocking shots. Thanks to Blake Griffin, all the short-armed big men out there have a new move to try.
Giannis Antetokounmpo only got credit for one block on this play, but a hometown scorer would have probably given him two. He barely got a finger on the first ball, but it's safe to assume that the Greek Freak's footsteps and flying limbs had something to do with Tony Wroten biffing it.
The Heat made easy work of San Antonio tonight, taking advantage of an off-night by the Spurs' stars to cruise to a Game 2 victory. Yet all anybody wants to talk about is this apocalyptic block by LeBron James.
This one of just a handful of impressive plays that Andre Iguodala had during yesterday's Trailblazers-Nuggets game. It starts with him climbing the ladder to reject J.J. Hickson at the rim, and it ends with him receiving a nifty drop-off pass from Ty Lawson before throwing down a dunk.
This hurts to watch. In a 5-3 win over Boston last night, the kind of win that Rangers fans have dreamed of, the kind that eliminated Toronto from playoff contention and made it that much harder for Carolina to worm its way in, there was so much good. The Rangers scored five unanswered goals. It seems unlikely Jan…