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We’re assuming it took them a few tries, but it’s still pretty damned impressive that the guys from How Ridiculous were able to sink a basketball thrown 415 off the top of Tasmania’s Gordon Dam through a net stationed at the bottom.
(PG-13 Language) “See what he did there? He put the orange ball in the red circle, thereby releasing a double point.”Boat Comedy says this is what NBA pre-game talk is like. They’re wrong. This is what the pre-game talk should be like.
A group of musically talented Golden State Warriors fans went all out in their homage to the league MVP and the team’s baby-faced assassin in this cheesy adaptation of the Beatles’ Let It Be. He will be the answer…
The 6’1″ “professional dunker” and Bounce Kit creator Jordan Kilganon pulls off what he calls the Lost and Found. It’s a 360º behind the back self-alley oop monster jam. The dude at 0:13 just got his life ruined.
The folks at Kia set us up with their brand new, road trip worthy 2016 Sorento SUV, and sent us to see the Chicago Bulls take on the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA playoffs. Read all about the adventures we had on 95Octane.
The Sinker of Threes, the Atlanta Wargs, the King of Chemistry and more vie for the Larry O’Brien throne in the third installment of Bleacher Report and Mutsack’sGame of Thrones and NBA mashup. Valar Moreflopping.
The NBA aired two playoffs commercials starting a few days before the postseason began. All the teams in the first ad eventually advanced to the second round at the expense of all the teams in the second ad.
The NBA hypes up the playoffs by releasing mockups of the 2014-2015 championship ring for each of the 16 playoff teams. The Hawks and Bulls rings are style co-champs. And how depressing is it that the Nets are in while OKC are not?
YouTuber Wob38 sums up another year in the New York Knicks’ disastrous run, sarcastically set to the NCAA championship theme. You can probably make a similar video for any team in any sport, but only the Knicks have Lou Amundson.
Here is your moment of Zen. When does a shot fake both work and fail? When the blocker is Blake Griffin. In the Clippers’ latest game against the Celtics, the athletic forward twirled 180º in mid-air to make up for his premature defense.
YouTuber SlamTheSlammer and his friends made this parody of basketball trick shots back in 2011. We like that it’s simple and short, but we wish they were playing baseball, eating, doing their homework and sleeping by the end.
To celebrate college hoops season, our friends at hhgregg and LG are giving away over $25,000 in great LG tech. Enter now through 4/6 for your chance to win big, then enter The Awesomer’s bonus giveaway to win a $250 hhgregg gift card.
(NSFW: Language) Last Week Tonight points out how the NCAA, schools and coaches make millions off of collegiate sports, yet deny the same opportunity to the athletes. And if you think their “education” is compensation, you’d be wrong.
A documentary about and starring the Laker legend, Kobe Bryant’s Muse sees the future Hall of Famer look back on his career in his trademark unapologetic, obsessive and dominating attitude. Premieres 2/28 on Showtime Sports.
Sorry Zach LaVine, but Dirk Nowitzki is our dunk champ. Steph Curry didn’t actually know whom he was passing to in this hilarious All-Star Game play, but the 36-year old didn’t disappoint. The last time Dirk had an alley-oop was in 2004.
A series of handmade basketball rings with stained glass backboards, gold-plated rims and bejewelled nets. Victor Solomon’s Literally Balling started out as a joke, but has turned into a commentary on rich and powerful sports stars.
Donning Michael Jordan’s number for the 2015 Sprite Slam-Dunk Contest, the Timberwolves’ Zach LaVine channeled His Airness – and possibly outdid him – with this epic dunk. Somebody needs to check his hi-tops for rockets.
Now 4-years-old, the sharpshootingtoddlerTitus Ashby took his talents to Lake Tahoe to shoot basketballs, footballs and even baseballs on his battered hoop. He also headbutted a rock. Just to switch things up a bit.
This year a certain sharpshooter who used to be with the Minnesota Timberwolves went to the Cleveland Cavaliers to be part of a playoff contender. Here’s how the Wolves promoted today’s match between the two teams. Welp…
The Heat may not be a .500 team quite yet, but NBA fans will have a few snickers while watching the amusing cop drama Tall Justice 2 with all star Chris Bosh; he’s a good cop who must prove his innocence in a frame job. See the first skit here.
Oklahoma City Thunder centers Nick Collison and Steven Adams recently showed off their secret handshake on TV. It’s not filled with dozens of daps or complicated sequences. In fact, it’s just the opposite. KD seems used to it.
Like father, like son. TakeMyTalent shares the highlights of LeBron James’ son from a youth basketball tournament in Houston. LeBron Jr. can’t dunk just yet, but the 4th grader’s got game. And a mouthguard.
Rockets guard Troy Daniels was recently traded to the Timberwolves. As if that wasn’t sad enough, while on the phone with Troy a Houston news channel represented him with a fan made NBA 2K14 headshot instead of an actual photo.
We’ve seen plenty of basketball trick shot videos, some more plausible than others. But Corridor Digital makes no attempt to fool us into thinking their shots are physically possible – and that’s what makes this clip so much fun.
A basketball shot tracker that uses a net-mounted sensor and a wearable sensor along with a mobile device to distinguish and record makes and misses using a regular basketball. Its mobile app has a variety of workouts and drills.
High school basketball player Tacko “Taco” Fall measures a whopping 7’6″ tall, with an 8′ wingspan, towering over his teammates and opponents, and dunking balls with his feet barely off the floor. He just signed with UCF.
The only thing darker than Killspencer’s murdered out mini basketball hoop is its price. It comes in all black maple, leather and metal or with a 24k gold-plated rim and gold foil net. Oh and the ball? Sold separately. $300. Damn.
Kwe’Shaun Parker turns just 18 this year and is only 6’2″ tall. But this high school junior is the reason why prolific dunkers are described as playing above the rim. Sometimes literally in this kid’s case. More of Kwe here.