We don't need the folks over at 'Bad Lip Reading' to tell us what this referee said to Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday night. After calling an egregious foul on the power forward, the zebra clearly says "I'm wrong" to Green during their discussion.
It's tough to confuse the two NFL-playing Manning brothers for the most part, but Festus Ezeli gave us a laughable moment on Super Bowl Sunday.
DeMarcus Cousins struggled to corral the pass, but Isaiah Thomas came from behind and took away any real chance at an easy basket.
The Minnesota Timberwolves need a small forward with something to offer on both ends, and if Harrison Barnes becomes available this summer they should be have significant interest.
— NBA TV (@NBATV) February 4, 2016
The Golden State Warriors recently visited the White House to be acknowledged for their 2014-15 NBA championship. As you may know, President Obama is a huge fan of basketball, and especially his beloved Chicago Bulls. While introducing the team, President Obama joked that he was in the presence of one member of the greatest team in basketball history with Steve Kerr on stage. The Warriors head coach was a member of the 1995-96 Bulls team that many think of as the greatest team of all time.
Kobe Bryant got his revenge on Ryan Anderson's dunk by nailing a dagger three which looked like the Kobe we've all come to know. Keep doin' you, Mamba.
Kobe got dunked on by….Ryan Anderson pic.twitter.com/9rZ0miQXMp
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) February 5, 2016
Although Kobe would get the last laugh with the win, his second great performance and the Lakers notched back-to-back wins for just the second time this season, that doesn't stop this Ryan Anderson dunk from being any less disrespectful. The Mamba is in a retirement year, man, let him go out with his dignity still in tact.
During his big game on Wednesday night, Stephen Curry had Washington Wizards defenders running into each other in an attempt to stop him.
The Los Angeles Clippers are reportedly willing to move Blake Griffin if it means they ultimately land Kevin Durant.
Markieff Morris has been struggling to this point in the season, but a big game against the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night and a highlight-reel dunk could be what he needs to get back on track.