Kevin Durant All 319 Midrange Jumpers Full Highlights (2018-19 Season Jumperilation Part II)

This is part two of my exploration of the “cats” with whom Kevin Durant “[couldn’t] win a championship with”. Durant was clowned on a lot for that statement, but we really should be clowning on all those guys who he had to share the court with, so that’s what I’m going to do. If you…

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Kevin Durant All 319 Midrange Jumpers Full Highlights (2018-19 Season Jumperilation Part I)

Kevin Durant is famous for, among other things, having defended his honor on Twitter by using fake accounts to reply to haters. I personally don’t think that’s such a big deal and I don’t hold it against him (you will never find my alt Twitter accounts, by the way), but one quote of his sticks…

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D’Angelo Russell All 169 Midrange Jumpers Full Highlights (2018-19 Season Jumperilation Part II)

D’Angelo walked into the data center bathroom and sat in a stall. His plan was to wait there until an employee came in, then follow that person out into the secure area where all the servers were. Given that he had made it clear to the tour group that he was suffering from severe gastrointestinal…

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D’Angelo Russell All 169 Midrange Jumpers Full Highlights (2018-19 Season Jumperilation Part I)

“Huh. That’s a lot of baseball bats.” D’Angelo Russell looked at the pile of seven baseball bats that was sitting on the checkout counter of the sporting goods store. “Yeah, well, when you’re coaching an little league team in an underprivileged part of the city, those kids aren’t bringing any of their own equipment.” He…

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Chris Paul All 208 Midrange Jumpers Full Highlights (2015-16 Jumperilation Part II)

We now continue our series exploring why Chris Paul has never made a conference finals. (2011-12 Los Angeles Clippers, 40-26, lost conference semis 0-4 against San Antonio): Lob City is born. This is notable because everybody got tired of Ralph Lawler yelling “oh me oh my” and “the lob THE JAM” very quickly. At this…

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Chris Paul All 208 Midrange Jumpers Full Highlights (2015-16 Jumperilation Part I)

It’s an oft-repeated sentiment in online circles: Chris Paul is a loser. He can win in the regular season, but his teams never make deep playoff runs. If he really has been the best PG in the NBA for stretches of his eleven-year career, shouldn’t he have been able to drag one of his teams…

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Ryan Anderson All 103 Stepback/Fadeaway Jumpers Full Highlights (2015-16 Season Jumperilation)

Ryan was falling for only a second before his feet landed on what felt like a dirt surface. He stumbled a little bit, but was uninjured from the fall. “It’s fine, it was a short drop,” he called up to his companions. “Don’t wait,” Devonte called back. “Go!” Ryan felt around for the way forward….

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LaMarcus Aldridge All 280 Midrange Jumpers Full Highlights (2014-2015 Season Jumperilation Part III)

LaMarcus waited patiently for his date to say something. She was the desperate one, right? “Um, well, I like going to art galleries,” Jennifer offered, sipping her coffee. “Art is okay,” LaMarcus said with little interest in his voice. “I like sports better.” “Oh, that’s right, your profile said you play for the Portland Trailblazers….

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LaMarcus Aldridge All 280 Midrange Jumpers Full Highlights (2014-2015 Season Jumperilation Part II)

“Uh, Wes, we got a problem.” Wes looked over from his game of FIFA. “You got a dude? I told you, just swipe left.” “No, not that. It says I ran out of swipes and that I need to pay money for more.” “WHAT?” Wes exclaimed, running over to investigate the phone’s screen. “You’re kidding…

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LaMarcus Aldridge All 280 Midrange Jumpers Full Highlights (2014-2015 Season Jumperilation Part I)

“You know what, Wes?” Wes Matthews, who was focused intently on the game of Madden in front of him, didn’t respond right away. When he ended up throwing an incomplete pass, he paused the game angrily. “What?” LaMarcus Aldridge set down his controller and laid back contemplatively on the couch. “All this time I’ve been…

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