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Beat by Bahwee

thetsscrew:

Three-Way NBA Trade Sends Bledsoe To Suns, Redick To Clippers — As the sporting world waits for Dwightmare 2013 to come to an end, the rest of the league remains quite active.

thetsscrew:

Three-Way NBA Trade Sends Bledsoe To Suns, Redick To Clippers — As the sporting world waits for Dwightmare 2013 to come to an end, the rest of the league remains quite active.

upnorthtrips:

KNICKS VS SUNS BRAWL, 1993

THIS!!! THIS ENTIRE THING! Greg Anthony’s shirt!

Do you embody the Nash-ness?

I hope Steve Nash is famous forever because his antics and personality are perfect for endorsement deals that can stretch far beyond the days of playing basketball. 

Honestly, how many pro-athletes, let alone pro-basketballers can put out a viral video like this one and have you convinced that this is exactly how they are like when the cameras aren’t rolling. 

Oh, and in case you were wondering, my Nash-ness is at a hundred, thousand, trillion. 

@Suga_Shane

via 24seconds

1976 Playoff Flashback.

Suns @ Warriors, Game 7.

Song: Charles Earland “Don’t Say Goodbye”

Ron Ron with the jam & “Gun Show” celebration.

(Source: stacheketball.neswblogs.com)

Deron Williams has the wickedest crossover in the NBA and Steve Nash will vouch for that. 

This is from last night’s pre-season game sent to us by reader, JoeBe3

@Suga_Shane

Amar’e had an unlucky game tonight.
7-20 FG%, 3 TOs, -8 differential, Lamar had 8 more rebs.
Suns owner Robert Sarver yelled “take him out,” then called his late turnover “stupid.”  (care of @kevinding)
(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Amar’e had an unlucky game tonight.

7-20 FG%, 3 TOs, -8 differential, Lamar had 8 more rebs.

Suns owner Robert Sarver yelled “take him out,” then called his late turnover “stupid.”  (care of @kevinding)

(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Sunday, Jason Richardson missed a game-tying dunk against the Spurs, and the Suns went on to lose. Last night, with Phoenix again down two, Richardson successfully threw down a monster jam off a missed shot, but the Suns still couldn’t prevail against Utah. It was a lot like the 2004 Dunk Contest, with Richardson’s rim-rattling dunks coming in a losing effort, except that the killer blow in this game was a three-pointer by Mehmet Okur, and Okur has a vertical leap of approximately nine inches.
(Photo by Barry Gossage/NBAE via Getty Images)

Sunday, Jason Richardson missed a game-tying dunk against the Spurs, and the Suns went on to lose. Last night, with Phoenix again down two, Richardson successfully threw down a monster jam off a missed shot, but the Suns still couldn’t prevail against Utah. It was a lot like the 2004 Dunk Contest, with Richardson’s rim-rattling dunks coming in a losing effort, except that the killer blow in this game was a three-pointer by Mehmet Okur, and Okur has a vertical leap of approximately nine inches.

(Photo by Barry Gossage/NBAE via Getty Images)

THE WORLD NEEDS MORE OUTDOOR BASKETBALL

THE WORLD NEEDS MORE OUTDOOR BASKETBALL


Back in Time: June 11 
Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley | 1993


Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls and Charles Barkley of the Phoenix Suns each scored 42 points in Chicago’s 111-108 victory, marking the first time in NBA Finals history that opposing players each scored 40 or more points in a Finals game.

Back in Time: June 11 

Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley | 1993

Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls and Charles Barkley of the Phoenix Suns each scored 42 points in Chicago’s 111-108 victory, marking the first time in NBA Finals history that opposing players each scored 40 or more points in a Finals game.

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