This oddly depressing local commercial for Bud Light and/or the Pacers includes the following comparison: "Bud Light is like Indiana basketball: good to the last dribble." This conjures images of nice heartland-bred Pacer fans so dependent on Bud Light that they'll work their tongues into empty longnecks, desperate for one last "dribble." (Plus, isn't Indianapolis technically Miller country?)
We'll be honest, we chose this clip purely on the basis of its YouTube description: "Andrew Bogut gives Joel Pryzbilla a facial." As if that potential visual wasn't distressing enough, imagine said "facial" being accompanied by the Aussie Bogut exclaiming, "Ohh "Â¦ CRIKEY!"
How far have the Hawks fallen? To the point that the band featured in this ridiculous '80s highlight video-T.Grose and the Varsity, jamming on "Nothing Can Stop Us: Atlanta' Air Force"-might prove stiffer competition in the Southeast than the current Hawks roster. (Plus, we're not positive, but is that Jon Koncak blowing that hot sax solo?)
Just a heads-up, Charlotte fans: If the early season proves a struggle for emotional top draft pick Adam Morrison, you might be witness to a few tears. Or, if this sketch from The Pizza Show is accurate, a whole lot of tears. Inexplicable, unstoppable, moustache-soaking tears.
We cannot verify this guy' claim as to being the Miami Heat' biggest fan, but he is, without question, their most awkward. In the course of this webcam devotional, "Dan" continually professes worship of "Gary Pay-don" and randomly interjects that his "big-ass aspiration" is to get signed to a record deal. He also tells the story that when he played high school ball against Dwayne Wade, he whispered in Wade' ear, "I like you a lot." Please, someone put this guy on TV-he' no more unsettling than Bill Walton.
Orlando Magic man-child Dwight Howard rides the Expedition Everest rollercoaster at Disney' Animal Kingdom and the camera captures legit fear in his eyes. It' the same kind of look with which opposing Eastern Conference GMs regard Howard when they realize he will be clogging their lanes for the next 12-14 years.
Here' a glimpse into the cluttered rumpus room that is Gilbert Arenas' brain: What was his response when asked the one item he could have if trapped on a desert island? Not "food," not "water," he wants jet skis. Agent 0 keeps it fun, to the point where he is arguably the League' most entertaining soul. Another choice Gil moment from this 60-second interview: He names two of the Seven Dwarves as "Dummy" and "Dingy."
Poor Avery Johnson. Just when memory of your Mavs' Finals collapse begins to dissipate, here comes this Brady Bunch spoof to usher in an altogether different kind of pain. The song really should go: "Here' the story, Of a man named Avery, Who was forced to be in a lame Mavs video, You could tell he Didn't want to be there, "Â¦And he was not alone."
Apparently Tracy McGrady is now a bigger jersey seller in China than his Rockets teammate Yao Ming. Here Adidas gives us a taste of the way that T-Mac is marketed to the Chinese-namely, as a player whose vert is augmented by dragon wings and who can knock down a J while spontaneously combusting, i.e. the "intangibles."Apparently Tracy McGrady is now a bigger jersey seller in China than his Rockets teammate Yao Ming. Here Adidas gives us a taste of the way that T-Mac is marketed to the Chinese-namely, as a player whose vert is augmented by dragon wings and who can knock down a J while spontaneously combusting, i.e. the "intangibles."