Patrick Beverley 19 Points/5 Threes Full Highlights (3/4/2014)

Remember when Patrick Beverley maliciously and flagrantly injured Russell Westbrook, nearly ending Westbrook’s career? How dare somebody play with defensive intensity all 48 minutes! This isn’t just fun and games; there are superstars’ lives on the line here. Note to Patrick: save the defensive effort only for games that are: 1) within ten points, and…

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Eric Gordon 29 Points/6 Assists Full Highlights (3/4/2014)

If Eric Gordon were a subgenre of rock music, what subgenre would he be? This is a tough question to answer since rock is an extremely broad musical genre, encompassing almost any form of guitar-based music. My first inclination is that Eric Gordon would be 70’s Psychedelic Rock, since that genre is very free-flowing and…

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Danny Green 24 Points Full Highlights (3/4/2014)

Danny “Eggs and Ham” Green was the darling of the finals last year. Hitting threes like a maniac, blocking LeBron, what a story. At least until the Heat figured him out and he became useless. And it looks like the rest of the league has figured him out too, because he hasn’t been playing well…

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Anthony Davis 28 Points Full Highlights (3/4/2014)

Tyreke Evans walked into the locker room before the game holding a large box. He set it down and opened it, revealing a purple, green, and yellow cake. “Look what I got us! A little something special for Mardi Gras! A kingcake! I thought we could have maybe a little snack before the game. Everyone…

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Perry Jones III 12 Points/2 Blocks Full Highlights (3/4/2014)

There was a lot of hype in college about Perry Jones III. I think. It’s been a while and I get my prospects confused sometimes. But I’m pretty sure people we’re really intrigued by his combination of size and athleticism. (actually I just checked out a draft website and they said his comparison was Tim…

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Byron Mullens 15 Points Full Highlights (3/4/2014)

This is what the highlight video of the future will look like. Three Pointers. Dunks. Free Throws. Nothing else. All that other stuff will be too inefficient for future-denizens. Byron Mullens is leading us into a glorious high-efficiency era of smart shot selection. Actually he’s one of the wackiest players in the league and has…

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Kent Bazemore Career High 23 Points/4 Threes Full Highlights (3/4/2014)

Is Bazemore this year’s Tobias Harris? Contending team (Warriors) trades him and another so-called “scrub” (MarShon Brooks) to a tanking team in exchange for a washed-up veteran who is supposed to help them in the playoffs (Steve Blake). Then the traded player gets to his new team and starts going nuts, displaying scoring ability that…

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Michael Beasley 24 Points Full Highlights (3/4/2014)

I don’t get what went wrong with Michael Beasley. His first few years in the league were fine. Maybe not as amazing as people hoped after all the college hype, but fine. Then he got put in the doghouse in Minnesota and still hasn’t emerged. I know he’s a bit of an airhead and isn’t…

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Dion Waiters 24 Points Full Highlights (3/4/2014)

Not to toot my own (or Dion’s) horn or anything, but these are some fun highlights to watch. His jumpers are absolutely flawless, nothing but net. His layups are all heavily contested and showcase his good body control. He dunks with power. I admit that when I watched these highlights I thought wildly of Cleveland…

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Klay Thompson 25 Points/1 Game Winner Full Highlights (3/4/2014)

One game he looks like a god. The next he looks like a scrub who can’t do anything. Such is the life of Klay Thompson. It’s not his fault that he’s pretty much a pure shooter with a dash of defense added in. Shooters get hot. Shooter go cold. That’s what they do, and that’s…

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