To briefly feint back toward sports, familiarize yourself with the time Carlos Boozer rented his house to Prince, who painted the entire place purple.
Carlos Boozer has had a long and successful NBA career, but if there’s one thing he’s always going to be remembered for, it’s the night he played in a nationally televised game with what looked like an entire can of shoe polish smeared all over his dome. On yesterday’s episode of Highly Questionable, Boozer finally…
What is life like for a veteran roleplayer on a shitty NBA team? Not that bad, if the tail end of Carlos Boozer's press postmortem today in Los Angeles is any sign. The Lakers forward took his opportunity when prompted to explain exactly what he means when he says "holdat!" (And how it can happen even on shots he…
The hilarious Lakers finally got a win last night, a 107-92 clobbering of the Hornets in Los Angeles. Turns out, all it took to get the Lakers off the hook was nearly an entire week off to prepare to host one of the most dysfunctional offensive teams in basketball. Should be a pretty repeatable formula!
The Lakers lost to the fun and exciting Phoenix Suns last night, 112-106, in Los Angeles. They're now 0-5 for the first time since 1957, when they were the Minneapolis Lakers and Kobe Bryant was only like 15 years old.
The Lakers have claimed Carlos Boozer off waivers, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. The Lakers put in the highest bid for Boozer, who was amnestied by the Bulls yesterday, and somehow appears to be just 32, though carbon dating has proven inconclusive.
Carlos Boozer was wearing a mic during last night’s Rockets-Bulls game, and it allowed us to learn so many wonderful things about Carlos Boozer.
Here's Carlos Boozer shirtless with a dolphin.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Boozer laughs at the notion Chicago doesn't need Derrick Rose.
Sure, this is a midair mugging. Even an impartial viewer would have to conclude LeBron asked for it, though.
I know what you're thinking. An NBA player cheating on his wife? A reality TV "star" selling her story to a tabloid magazine? Hard to believe, I know. But it's true! Allegedly.
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 internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: new Chicago Bull and chest hair proponent Carlos Boozer.
David Stern has lifted the salary cap for next season to $56.1 million, roughly $4 million higher than expected. Great news for the Knicks, who can now afford Carlos Boozer, Ray Allen, and nice crutches for the both of them. [TrueHoop]
In their their preview of the Suns-Spurs series, Free Darko, describing Stephen Jackson and the Golden State Warriors, wrote, "Stephen Jackson doesn't care because he has nothing to lose, and thus is invincible." For the first time, last night, his team looked like it cared, like it had a lot to lose, and the result…
The Utah Jazz — our official Western Conference adopted team for the NBA Playoffs, and not just because of Deron Williams and Dee Brown — are in some serious trouble after their loss to the Rockets last night. Utah is down 2-0 in the series — as is Orlando after last night, but no one suspected that would turn out any…