Rudy Gobert Career High 12 Points/5 Dunks Full Highlights (11/21/2014)

Rudy “Gogurt” Gobert has not yet made a shot outside of the paint during his time in the NBA. He has only attempted three. As admirable as it is to know one’s limitations and try to operate within them, the fact remains that Gobert will be merely a specialist player until he expands his range….

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Dante Exum 9 Points/5 Assists Full Highlights (11/18/2014)

Seeing Dante make all these threes led me to wonder: has he converted any midrange shots at all this year? I don’t think I’ve even seem him take one, let alone make one. Turns out he hasn’t, unless you count 10-footers in the paint, which I don’t. This is a glaring flaw in young Dante’s…

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Rudy Gobert 8 Points/2 Dunks Full Highlights (11/15/2014)

When not complaining about the amount of holiday time he gets or struggling with his country’s resistance to multiculturalism, Rudy Gobert spends a lot of time dunking basketballs. As he should; his tallness makes the task almost boring in its ease. Now, with both Dante Exum and Joe Ingles on his team feeding him the…

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Alec Burks 22 Points Full Highlights (11/12/2014)

There was, at one point, a lot of hype for Alec Burks as the next young stud scorer who was soon to break out at any point. That hype may still exist, deep within the darkest and most depraved recesses of Jazz-related message boards, but for the average fan, Alec Burks has become an afterthought….

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Enes Kanter 18 Points/1 Three Full Highlights (11/10/2014)

When not torturing/murdering its own people or attempting to censor the internet, Turkey keeps itself busy by making basketball players for American consumption. This is a shrewd move, as it keeps the masses distracted from the problems that plague the country: -Rampant governmental corruption -Widespread unemployment -A spineless media -Governmental ignorance of environmental concerns Consume…

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Joe Ingles 10 Points/3 Threes Full Highlights (11/9/2014)

Thanks to YouTube Analytics, I can see the country-by-country viewership breakdown of every video I make. Rarely am I surprised by its findings: Australians love Andrew Bogut. Mexicans love Gustavo Ayon. Germans love Dënniß ßchrööder. Bosnians love Mirza Teletovic. The Taiwanese love Amar’e Stoudemire. Okay, that last one is a little weird. But the others…

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Dante Exum 11 Points/5 Assists Full Highlights (11/7/2014)

I don’t know about you guys, but when I think about Dante Exum, the area of land that comes to mind first is not Australia or even Utah, but Ethiopia. Yes, the mighty Axumite empire is what I recall foremost, a nation of power that rivaled its contemporaries in the middle of the first millennium….

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Enes Kanter 18 Points/1 Three Full Highlights (11/5/2014)

Add Enes Kanter to the list of people who are victims of this three-obsessed league. When will the madness end? Last year’s vaunted Favors-Kanter duo didn’t really work out. Traditional big-man pairings like that one aren’t effective anymore; at least one of the two bigs has to be able to shoot from outside, or the…

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Rudy Gobert 7 Points/3 Blocks Full Highlights (11/5/2014)

Rudy Gobert, after a rookie year of being relatively unknown, is now getting a little love from the media. Fawning articles usually reserved for Giannis now get written for Rudy. His play in the World Cup opened peoples eyes to how much of a freak this guy is. About time. So far this year the…

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Gordon Hayward 27 Points Full Highlights (11/3/2014)

Gordon Hayward sat in front of his computer, growing more and more frustrated as he played. “Get good? You get good! You’re the noob you damn fruitcake!” he yelled into his headset as he lost another game of League of Legends. “Match me on Starcraft and we’ll see who the real noob is! Oh, and…

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