NBA, Video / Feb 4, 2010 / 11:00 am

Marvin Williams Solves A Rubik’s Cube In Under 2 Minutes

This is just kind of amazing. Although I can’t embed the video, CLICK HERE to watch Marvin Williams solve a Rubik’s Cube in under two minutes. Who else in the League do you think could solve it?

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  • Ducky The Truth

    Tim Duncan. lol

  • Trey bing bay

    Big Baby i mean the Gooch or whatever.

    No but seriously Shane Battier.

  • johnny

    emeka could do it

  • johnny

    emeka could do it

  • b

    joey dorsey. he’s been on the bench for two years, seems like he has plenty of time to figure it out. or greg oden has some free time too, wait – can you get injured rubik’s cubing?

  • hadoken

    too bad he can’t solve a way to be worth being the #2 pick in the draft…

  • LakeShow84

    Steve Nash all day lol

  • LakeShow84

    Cold, hadoken, just cold lol

  • sh!tfaced

    lol@hadoken

    If only Marvin could solve all that bball potential as fast as a Rubik’s Cube…

  • control

    Gooch’s fingers are too fat to even hold a rubik’s cube correctly…

    Shane Baitter could probably do it. Honestly almost anyone could do it with a little bit of practice.

  • jryu

    kind of random guy but michael ruffin could prob do it..
    he was a chemical engineering major

  • http://www.dimemag.com Aron Phillips

    @jryu

    Haha. How did you know that? Speaking of smart families, I gotta go with Danny Granger. Dude was offered a partial scholarship to attend Yale, his sister is a rocket scientist and his brother is an excellent musician.

  • Dee

    Greg Oden…He might get injuried doing it tho!

    I will go with Grant Hill

  • nola

    @aron

    i actually am good friends with the Granger family. Scottie is a good musician but he’s also a lot of hype and his exposure is due to his father being a producer not a legit breakout. I was in band with him and performed with him and such.

    Danny actually was not that smart. He was all basketball starting in i think the 10th grade. He used to play in my backyard with my older brother.

    However, you’re right, the older sister of the Grangers was really really really smart when I met her.

  • http://www.WhyCandaceWhySheldon.thatbastard.com Chicagorilla

    I think Jeff Van Gundy could do it, he has that mad scientist/ geek look to him. Looks like something he would practice.

  • ballin

    Ray Allen is the obvious answer.

    He’s smart AND he has OCD, which means he’s the sort of person who’d put enough practice into perfecting this sort of thing.

  • http://allthatjazzbasketball.blogspot.com/ AllThatJazz/Amar

    I think there’s prob a member of every team that can do it — do it that quickly? I dunno . . .

    I’m pretty sure that Andrei Kirilenko could do it quickly. He’s a really smart guy and a product of the soviet union’s programs.

    Duncan was a psych major, so I don’t know if he’d be the one solving it, but I’m sure he’d be the one running the test.

    Kobe would attempt to solve it, and if he doesn’t, he’s make that ‘kobe face’ at the ref, and get two foul shots.

  • Dray7

    Kobe, just 2 proof he’s da best

  • life-p

    That was incredible. I’m sure someone else in the League could do it. Luol Deng maybe.

  • http://www.nba.com Jay

    Not amazing at all. For anybody who knows how to solve a Rubik’s cube, it’s not about how smart you are, it’s about knowing the steps and understanding how the movements work. Pretty easy once you know how to do it, and really doesn’t require much intelligence.

  • nckdmss

    @nola:

    You call yourself a “good friend” of the Granger family and then talk shit about two of the three kids? That doesn’t quite sound like a friend-of-the-family talking to me…

  • LakeShow84

    Lol @ AMAR

    The pirahnna face at the rubiks cube lol

  • Sweet English

    Today’s Question

    ‘Marvin Williams, can you solve this rubiks cube under your average minutes per game?

    Answer:

    Just.