During Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens‘ visit to Rucker Park yesterday, Ochocinco stayed on the sidelines and coached as planned, but T.O. switched the game plan up and laced up his kicks and got on the blacktop to compete. Compete T.O. did – as in the sequence below where he helped take Jadakiss‘ cookies and caught a decent two-hander in transition. Unfourtantely for him, he was also on the back end of a pretty sick reverse alley-oop going the other way right after. To be realistic, streetballer Antoine “Miles High” Millien didn’t literally dunk on him, but judging by the crowd’s reaction, it was like the Jets or Giants just won the Super Bowl.
Although Terrell Owens might be considered one of the best basketball players in the National Football League — he played college hoops at Tennessee-Chattanooga and tried to get on the Sacramento Kings summer-league squad a few years ago — his appearance at Harlem’s Rucker Park tonight won’t include him getting up shots or trying to drop somebody with a crossover. Read More »
The second half was just for sh*ts and giggles. You don’t expect that in the NBA Finals, where the two best teams in the League should be peaking in terms of chemistry, execution and physicality, but that’s what happened in Game 6. The Lakers jumped on the Celtics right away, leading by 10 at the end of the first quarter, 20 at halftime, and the second half was merely a formality. In a post-game interview, Lamar Odom put it best: “We weren’t ready to die,” L.O. said. The Lakers saw their gravestone going into the must-win game and reacted like any fighter would … Read More »