At age 39, Manu Ginobili is one of the oldest players left in the NBA playoffs. But he can still elevate better than many younger foes.
The Spurs guard proved this Tuesday night against the Rockets when he sent in a slam over Houston’s Ryan Anderson in the second quarter.
Ginobili is no stranger to reminding people of his athleticism during the playoffs; his most notable example was in Game 5 of the 2014 NBA Finals against the Heat.
Though he vowed to play in Game 6, Leonard officially is listed as questionable as he deals with the sprained left ankle he suffered midway through the third quarter of Tuesday’s Game 5 victory.
The Cavs broke out the showtime early — really early — in their NBA playoff series vs. the Raptors.
Kyrie Irving and LeBron James combined for the type of dunk that’s usually reserved for the fourth quarter of blowouts, not the opening minutes of the first quarter in Game 1.
If those two were trying to tell Toronto the defending champs aren’t messing around, then message delivered. But, geez, guys, maybe wait until the W is secure.
This is what happens when you come to the restaurant, you’re trying to get a free dessert. You lie, tell ’em it’s your wife’s birthday. Haha, woo! Happy birthday, sugar! You got free dessert babe!
Westbrook’s wife, Nina, was actually born in January. Let the record show that Westbrook is padding birthday stats. Typical.
This makes us wonder what else Westbrook has lied about.