Posts tagged "michael jordan"

Crossover Porn: Lego Jordan Breaking Lego Byron's Ankles... Yeah, Really (Video)

Crossover Porn: Lego Jordan Breaking Lego Byron's Ankles... Yeah, Really (Video)
Ever want to see great NBA Finals moments performed by Legos? Tauntr.com did it. And the #1 moment — at the 1:43 mark of the video — is Michael Jordan‘s crossover-stepback jumper in the 1998 Finals against the Jazz, where he added Byron Russell to his “Gonna Make You Look LOL Silly” list. Also, “Legoized”... Read more »

Horny Notes: April 21, 2011 -- Plays of the Year, Deng's 1st Half Brick-iness, Korver's Gun-Shy-iness, Method to D-Rose Penetration Madness

Horny Notes: April 21, 2011 -- Plays of the Year, Deng's 1st Half Brick-iness, Korver's Gun-Shy-iness, Method to D-Rose Penetration Madness
BullsTV posted their Plays of the Year. Highlights of Ronnie Brewer, Joakim Noah, Kyle Korver, Luol Deng, Carlos Boozer, C.J. Watson, Taj Gibson, Brian Scalabrine, and one or two Derrick Rose plays, called by the — ahem — always objective and serene Stacey King, Neil Funk, Chuck Swirsky, and Bill Wennington: The Bulls won 11... Read more »

Horny Notes: April 19, 2011 -- Loving to Hate Psycho T's Trap, Vogel & a Trib Writer's BR Audition, on CP3-Rose Comparisons, Collison Day-to-Day

Horny Notes: April 19, 2011 -- Loving to Hate Psycho T's Trap, Vogel & a Trib Writer's BR Audition, on CP3-Rose Comparisons, Collison Day-to-Day
As a basketball nerd, I hated Tyler Hansbrough‘s trap on Derrick Rose that led to Kyle Korver‘s three in the corner. The Indy defense broke down because T’s trap because he was defending Joakim Noah on the weak side, forcing Booz’s defender — Jeff Foster — to shift to Noah and Paul George to virtually defend... Read more »
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Catch n' Shoot: April 12, 2011 -- Fails of the Year, Pre-Playoff Pandamonium, Awards, Alley-Oop Value, Wafer's Monster Fail

HELP SBNATION SELECT THE ‘WTF?!? PLAY OF THE YEAR” FOR THE 2010-11 NBA SEASON. Even if you don’t want to participate, it’s one of the most hilarious NBA-related posts you’re going to see for a while. Amazing compilation of funny. FreeDarko got me back into basketball. Good-bye, old friends. I boycotted basketball for about a year... Read more »

Horny Notes: April 11, 2011 -- Bulls at the Top, the Rest Question, Brewer's Immense Defensive Value, the "MVP Conversation"

Horny Notes: April 11, 2011 -- Bulls at the Top, the Rest Question, Brewer's Immense Defensive Value, the "MVP Conversation"
The Bulls are #1 in the Schedule-Adjusted Offensive and Defensive Ratings. (Neil Paine, Basketball-Reference) Everything besides “don’t count out [insert historically good or high hoped team here]” says the Bulls should get to the Finals and put on a show, if not win it all. That said, if Noah isn’t a double-double machine, fuck hoping... Read more »

Catch n' Shoot: March 14, 2011 -- Boozer/MJ Art, Spurs Catchy-Shootiness Over Heat, More Karl on 'Melo's _efense

Catch n' Shoot: March 14, 2011 -- Boozer/MJ Art, Spurs Catchy-Shootiness Over Heat, More Karl on 'Melo's _efense
Awesome artwork by Dustin Watson. His current project is doing 30 illustrations over 30 days — one player from each NBA team. Day #13, he did Carlos Boozer and posted it at “Blog-a-Bull”: Even more awesome artwork by Ziarekenya Smith. Dan Devine noted that this has been around for a while, but until his post I hadn’t... Read more »
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Catch n' Shoot: February 27, 2011 -- Blake and Love's Record-Setting Double-Doubles, Lockout Looming, and Kendrick Sidelined

Catch n' Shoot: February 27, 2011 -- Blake and Love's Record-Setting Double-Doubles, Lockout Looming, and Kendrick Sidelined
Rip Hamilton would likely be a Bull right now if took Cleveland’s buyout in the Pistons-Cavs deal he sabotaged. Blake Griffin’s the eighth rookie in NBA history to amass 50 double-doubles. The Blakedevil has 22 games to hit Shaq’s 1992-93 record of 68. It’s doable. What’s uncontroversially doable is supplying amazing alley-oops like this without... Read more »

Finally, the Bulls Play Well Against the Bobcats; Finally, a Win

Finally, the Bulls Play Well Against the Bobcats; Finally, a Win
The Bulls got their first win in three tries against the Bobcats to avoid a season series sweep. And it was decisive as it should’ve been. The Bulls’ (37-16) losing both earlier matchups this season to the Bobcats (24-32) were ugly, bad, lazy, etc. On Tuesday, the two met for the final time this regular... Read more »

The Extraordinary Case of Derrick Rose Winning MVP

The Extraordinary Case of Derrick Rose Winning MVP
Personal opinions aside, there’s a truth in the pattern of past MVP winners that doesn’t bode well for Rose’s chances. unrelated note: why do handwritten-sign-people happen? Before the season, Derrick Rose asked, “Why can’t I be MVP?” The short answer: it’d be completely extraordinary because your team doesn’t win enough, other players in the league... Read more »
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D-Rose's Legendary Hatred for Losing at Young Age of 19

D-Rose's Legendary Hatred for Losing at Young Age of 19
Derrick Rose’s college basketball team lost a grand total of two games while he was there, but when asked by the Bulls in 2008 what “bothered him most” about college ball, he said, “Losing.” In 2008, Michael Beasley was a Consensus All-American First Teamer at Kansas State University and Derrick Rose at the University of... Read more »