Last night saw a lot of exciting action. The Bulls handed the Pacers their first defeat of the year and Ryan Anderson scored 26 in his return for New Orleans. But two players made defenders look embarrassing on drives that still have us shaking our heads. The question is whether Tyreke Evans or Kyrie Irving had a better play? Read More »
New York City is still abuzz about their Knicks being sent packing last night by the Indiana Pacers, with Brooklyn’s Lance Stephenson leading the way. [Watch Lance destroying kids in high school here.]
Lance’s performance had us looking at highlights of his short NBA career – this one has to be the best from his time in the L. Check out what he did to Tony Parker in this play from November 2012. Just gross: Read More »
There have been more Tracy McGrady highlights out of the Chinese Basketball Association this year that in his last 2-3 NBA season combined (Here’s his first CBA tomohawk, here’s a baseline smash, and here he is dropping a guy with an elbow).
I just caught the following clip from a few weeks back. Watch T-Mac come down the court and hit Yi Jianlian(!) with a Shammgod that puts Yi on skates, followed by a raise-up three from deep: Read More »
The Court Grip Difference Maker of the Week: Chris Paul Drops Paul George With a Nasty Crossover and Spin
Chris Paul was a monster in the Clippers’ win over the Pacers in Indiana last night. Aside from scoring the final eight points of the game for the Clippers (of his 29 total), he also dropped eight dimes and a Paul George.
Watch CP3 hit George with a series of moves that ends up with George on the ground and Chris calmly draining a deep three right in David West‘s mug: Read More »
From last night’s NBA action, Kyrie Irving turns Monta Ellis completely around with a crossover and then hits Tyler Zeller with the no-look dime: Read More »
Court Grip Difference Maker of the Week: Jrue Holiday Puts Brandon Knight on the Floor With a Crossover
Each week Court Grip will bring you a prime basketball highlight made possible by having an edge – in skills, performance and technology. This week features NBA All-Star in-the-making Jrue Holiday putting the Pistons’ own star guard on his backside with a crossover in last night’s Philly victory: Read More »
Poor Paul Pierce. First it was Jameer Nelson that sent him to the
floor with a vicious crossover; now, Joe Johnson caught him leaning on the perimeter. Read More »