"Like my shirt? I got it at Wal-Mart's"
at first I thought, he must've said one of the taunts or words that the NFL recently banned. so I watched his mouth and his eyes during the close up replays. and his lips never even moved. he never even looked at the defender. just got up, tossed the ball to the official and made a B-line back to the huddle. is it his fault that the defender stood up at just the exact time that his head got between the ball and the official? so dumb.
the Corey Coleman call earlier might've been more deserved, but that one upset me as well. both of those penalties had a massive impact on the game. I feel like the Brown's deserved to win that game. especially with McCown gutting it out like that. He's a champion.
I'm really gonna miss him when he's gone. Hopefully he has some more super talented punting friends in Australia that want to come over and take his place.
Wow. A converted Sooner fan? You can't dominate any more thoroughly than that. I'll take it. Being a fan of our fan are is just a gateway drug to being a full fledged Buckeye fan. Jooooooiiiiiin Us!
I love Birdman, but he's 38 and I think he's only 6'10". imo, we could use a little more height at center. Assuming Frye is a backup stretch 4
I didn't realize Dunleavy was injured that often. I just know he was the most frustrating dude on the Bulls cause he always looked like a borderline All-Star hitting open shots left and right, against the Cavs.
Yeah, over the next 5 years or so, as LeBron ages, I hope the team is able to develop a really good younger core, that is capable of doing the heavy lifting. That way LeBron can have a longer career and still win at a high level, the way Tim Duncan was with the Spurs. I mean other than just Kyrie and Tristan.
Man, I'm salivating thinking about the possibilities. I think they could take the Warriors too.
Here are two potential pluses I see chemistry wise with him and our current roster.
1) him and Shumpert have a lot in common, off the court. Maybe that would help him feel comfortable on the team.
2) who better to show a guy like Larry Sanders how to make a successful NBA comeback, than Birdman?
Ha no, I'm actually being kind of serious. Maybe I shouldn't have used the words TOTALLY trust Josh Gordon. But the reason I say that is, the vibe I get from Josh is that his heart is really in it, he genuinely wants to do things right, and he seems to be humbled and grateful for the chance.
With Larry, I watch the rap videos he's recently putting out, read his interviews and I get the vibe he might be more into that stuff and just using the NBA to get publicity for his music career. I could be off on that. In fact, It would be great if I am. Shump has a crappy music career too, in the offseason, but with him, I get the vibe that it's basketball first, music career second.
Having said all that, as a guy who has really struggled with mental health several times, myself. I am really rooting for Larry. It would be awesome and inspiring to see him make a comeback and really thrive. Especially if it's with the Cavs.
I hope he's able to find a way to grow from this and still manage to get better somehow, even during the suspension. I have a feeling this guy could become a great, great receiver. With his Speed and Height, he could be unstoppable.
The photographic evidence shows he's as tall as Demarcus Cousins who is listed at 6'11
There is actually a Larry Nance Jr. That plays for the Lakers right now. I think he's a power forward, and I think he's pretty good. So, you might be on to something here.
Yeah. I think Nerlens would be the dream fit, skill set, age and personality wise.
I just don't know if I trust Sanders yet. Josh Gordon? I totally trust him. But for some reason I don't with Sanders. I hope the Cavs would be willing to at least try him out though. If it worked out it would be such a steal.
Yeah, so I guess Durant has been lying about his height for years, saying he's only 6'9" but he's really somewhere around 6'11-7'. And I guess he's even admitted it.
His basketball playing twin brother. Barry and Larry.
Haha I wish! I mean, yeah, right? You do NOT want to drive to the hoop with THAT guy patrolling the paint.
Sigur Ros is one of my all time favorites. Especially live.
second question. do you know Hans Zimmer and can you get me an internship working for him? what if I say please and thank you, and eat all of my vegetables?
I'm a professional musician in Nashville, (not because I'm into country, just because I went to college here and stayed) Around 10 years ago it was commonly said that Nashville had all the best musician's, and L.A. had all the best Producers. Do you think that is still true? and if so, why do Nashville producers suck so hard in comparison?
a small group of Nashville producers have recently gotten a little cooler, with people like Jack White, The Black Keys dudes, and Mute Math guys, but they're just a few drops in an ocean of wussy producers.
That's true. as long as you have a faithful audience you can make a career as a musician. Money is the icing on the cake, but I personally think the audience is more important than the money. although I will admit, there seem to be a lot of artist's who are always on TV or something, and I swear they have no actual fans. just really good managers.
I think Greg is really good at his job. super smart and articulate. but I always laugh at that dude, because his personality seems so painfully bland. How old is he? it's like he's had the personality of a 46 year old, ever since he was 12.
(no offense to 46 year olds, btw)
Booger? I heard Harbaugh straight up ate that guy today.
wow. i can't stop watching that gif