In It’s Always Sunny in Detroit’s second installment of old school sports commercials, it’s the nasty handles ad by Nike. You know you tried all of these moves and couldn’t d 25% of them. My favorite part:
The Pistons will honor Detroit’s automotive supremacy by wearing silver/chrome and blue uniforms for seven games during the 2015-2016 season. The inspiration is pretty cool according to the team’s official press release: “The inspiration for the Detroit Chrome
Philadelphia 76ers and former Michigan guard Nik Stauskas can drill three-pointers with the best of them. And when basketballs became too easy, he dominated Off the Record with Michael Landsberg‘s “Ultimate 3-Point Challenge”. After breaking up with his
Brandon Jennings chose (or was mandated) to attend Pistons practice on Wednesday despite continuing to rehabilitate a torn Achilles. To thank him for his troubles, the Pistons rookies gathered and sang a hip version of “Happy Birthday”.
Draymond Green wasn’t kidding when he said he wanted to say thank you to Tom Izzo and the Michigan State basketball program. On Thursday, Green announced that he is donating $3.1 million to support Spartan hoops. The
Andre Drummond starred in a Vine by Klarity illustrating how “friends” come looking for handouts when their buddy makes it big. There is no bad place to ask for money, apparently. This is good. [Klarity]
Oklahoma City Thunder and former Michigan big man Mitch McGary rattled an NBA Summer League rim Thursday with a sick putback dunk. Yes, it was only worth two points. Yes, it was only in the summer league.
University of Detroit Mercy sophomore Paris Bass is competing at the first annual Nike Basketball Academy in southern California this week. A dribble drive against NBA stud James Harden made its rounds on Twitter Tuesday. Bass used a
It’s been a big last week for Draymond Green. His Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers for the NBA Championship. He drunkenly said the Cavs suck during the parade. He has “hosted” a few parties at
Despite averaging 36.6 points, 12.4 rebounds and 8.8 assists a game through the first five games of the NBA Finals, all while playing over 45 minutes per contest, LeBron James is a big doofus. In one fell swoop,