Mario Chalmers is having an up-and-down night so far. He did throw a gorgeous lob to LeBron, but he’s also committing stupid fouls 40 feet from the hoop and getting three-point shots blocked by Danny Green. Yet there’s no argument on what was his worst moment of the game: contesting a Tim Duncan dunk at the rim. Read More »
Game 5 of the NBA Finals has started off like gangbusters with both teams looking to push the tempo … buckets follow.
Here’s an example: Mike Miller pushes it on the break and dishes to Mario Chalmers, who launches a touch pass alley-oop from beyond the arc to a streaking LeBron James. Pretty sick: Read More »
Here’s one way to battle shameless flopping: Continuously bury threes in the flopper’s face while they are doing their act. Watch here as Paul George knocks down a three over Mario Chalmers after he throws himself to the ground. On the way back down the court, George calls him out: Read More »
/ May 20, 2013 / 11:00 am
I don’t think anyone was questioning the Miami Heat’s chances coming into the playoffs. After cruising through the regular season with 66 wins, highlighted by their ridiculous 27-game winning streak, they were able to come into the postseason with very few criticisms. No crippling injuries, no team controversies, and no glaring weaknesses makes them an easy choice to repeat. Read More »
It is not a good idea to play LeBron James [We are all watching] in shooting games after practice. He will beat you. And he will make you pay for it.
Check out this video from Heat practice yesterday: LeBron beats Ray Allen and Mario Chalmers in a game of “Around the World.” The stakes? Pushups and the stated notion that they should be glad they weren’t playing for money: Read More »
From the weekend in case you missed it: On Saturday night the Miami Heat rolled the Sacramento Kings, 128-99. In the process, Mario Chalmers exploded for a career-high 34 points and a franchise-record 10 threes.
Watch this compilation of Mario’s buckets. The Kings should be ashamed of themselves – whether Chalmers has all day to set himself for a three or is completely free to coast to the basket with zero resistance, he’s playing H-O-R-S-E out there. We know there’s been lots of drama surround the Kings lately, but if you can’t get yourself to muster some effort against the Miami Heat in your own gym, we don’t know what to tell you. Read More »
/ Jan 8, 2013 / 10:49 pm
If you were busy trying to breakdown Mike D’Antoni‘s gameplan, which consisted of the coach determining subs by using “Eeny, meeny, miny, moe,” you might’ve missed out on James Harden. He was only the best player on the floor by a mile in Houston’s 125-112 thrashing of the sinking Lakers, doing whatever he wanted on his way to 31 points, six rebounds and nine assists. Read More »