Fan : LeBron where's kyrie?!
LeBron: at your mommas house 😂😂😂😂😂
Wow 😲 The Celtics really have a guy with the last name "Bird" & the Lakers really have a guy with the last name "Bryant" 👀 Those are quite the names to live up to for their respective franchises 😂 Who do you think was the better player in their prime: Larry or Kobe?? Comment your thoughts below 👌🙌 Double tap and tag some friends below! 👍⬇ (Similar meme: @_nbamemes ._ )
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Ya boy got his Harden Vol 1s in the Paper! Ayyy! 🤘🏾🚀 Yesterday’s Mumbai Mirror (18th March). Huge shout out to @_thatshoeguy_ for making this happen & to @soleculturebengaluru for the pic of the newspaper! 🙏🏾🙏🏾 oh and my wife for taking the pic! @butidas 😘 edit: shout out to Singapore for having the shoe so i could cop. Lol
Nov. 28, 2006: Stu Lantz jinxes Lakers (listen), Michael Redd thusly scores 45pts (18 in 4th) with prime-Kobe guarding him (Redd had two 4-point plays on him). He did it using the old "new" NBA ball. That synthetic, 2-panel ball was used for the first half of the '06-'07 season before players started complaining about it cutting their fingertips due to the grip. Kobe adapted well, having played a perfect quarter (9-9) with it earlier that month against the Jazz when he had 52pts in 3qtrs. So had Redd, who also earlier that November dropped 57pts...also against Utah. (Jazz were actually a great defensive team that year). Bryant and budding Bucks' star shooting-guard Michael Redd would team up in '08 to win USA gold with the Redeem Team. After the win, which was Milwaukee's first against LA in 10 meetings since 2001, Redd provided some of the better quotes you'll ever hear. He began by crediting former teammate Ray Allen's influence on him. "That was a big trade at the time because he was an established star, but they had enough confidence in me to put me into the starting lineup at the two-guard position. I learned so much from Ray and I tried to apply it so that when my chance came, I was ready. I'm still learning." Redd was named an All Star 3 seasons before this (which is prob why Nelly - a noted Kobe hater - mentioned Redd in his "Heart of a Champion" track in 2004 (it samples the NBA on NBC theme). He continued, "It's not so much the points for me this year. I didn't come in with the mind-set to average 30. I came in with the mind-set to win games. I'm not really worried about stats. I'm just playing basketball. You play better when you're not worrying about stats and individual accolades." Redd's 57pts 2 weeks before this was the most ever scored by a player drafted after the 1st round. "I knew I was capable of being a first-round pick. It just didn't work out. But life is all about handling adversity. At least I was drafted. I came into training camp that first year, not guaranteed a spot on the team, and I worked my butt off and stayed positive." Kobe also spoke after the game. "We just didn't do a good job of executing."
Redd: 45pts (16-30) 8reb 5ast
The GS fan's face says it all 😂😂 but fr my man Quinn Cook has been on fire the past 2 games 👀 He went for 25 against the Kings a few nights ago, then 28 last night against the Suns 🔥 Do you think this is a fluke or this guy is for real?? Comment your thoughts below 👌🙌 Double tap and tag some friends below! 👍⬇