Wednesday's A.M. Hot Clicks
As you can see above, the reaction of Warriors guard Kent Bazemore after one of his teammates sank a three-pointer against the Nuggets last night was priceless. However, that was tame compared to what Bazemore and forward Draymond Green did after teammate Harrison Barnes went reverse dunk late in the game.
Knicks guard J.R. Smith had as good a seven-second stretch as you'll ever see at the end of the second half against the Celtics last night. He drained a jumper, caused a turnover and then nailed a three-pointer from 36-feet away, which caused this celebration.
A Cincinnati pizza place is down $100,000 thanks to the Reds. The restaurant offers free pizzas WITH FOUR TOPPINGS to anyone with a Reds ticket stub to a game in which Cincy pitchers strike out at least 11 batters. The hurlers have reached the target number six times already this season.
Nobody hates anything more than the mainstream media hates Barry Bonds, but stealing his 756 Home Run plaque from AT&T Park is going too far.
I interviewed Clippers forward Blake Griffin yesterday. In addition to revealing that he has some Taylor Swift on his iPod, Griffin also shared his thoughts on Kobe Bryant's tweeting, revealed his celebrity crushes and discussed how he's often asked about his race.
Giants first baseman Brandon Belt his a pinch-hit, game-tying home run in the bottom of the ninth against the Diamondbacks last night. The call by San Francisco play-by-play man Duane Kuiper was outstanding.
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Bobby D knows how to do sadness.