NBA Bulls player interrupts game to tie Celtics player's shoe, as one does

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Ah, it’s never a dull moment in the NBA.

During Sunday night’s intense Game 4 face off between the Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics, Robin Lopez casually decided to push Jae Crowder out of bounds to tie his shoe.

As one does…

As this stunning GIF below shows, Lopez lost his own right shoe on the court and Crowder swiftly picked it up and tossed it behind him, out of bounds. 

EEEeeek. Lopez reacted by immediately crashing into Crowder with an intentional foul, using what appears to be a massive bear hug. He then retrieved his lonely shoe on the sidelines and bent over to… tie Crowder’s laces? Read more…

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Intel's Crybaby LeBron is here to fake cry his way through the NBA Playoffs

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The NBA playoffs have begun, so it’s time to prepare for the funniest insults to be hurled at your favorite players. But just before the start of the hunt for the championship, Intel released what might be the best LeBron James jab ever: Crybaby LeBron. 

No, not just LeBron crying about an imagined foul. Intel (promoting its Intel 360 Replay technology) gave us the gift of actually seeing LeBron’s adult mug transformed into wailing toddler, and it might be best diss disguised as a disarming commercial ever. 

Respect to LeBron for letting Intel do this to him, but we’ll probably be seeing this Crybaby LeBron image in the hands of haters on the sidelines in the coming weeks.  Read more…

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How to watch the 2017 NBA Playoffs on your iPhone, iPad or Android device

The 2017 NBA regular season has come to an end and it was quite the roller-coaster for a few teams struggling to make it in the playoffs. There was even a surprise shuffle at the top in the East with the Celtics taking over the first spot after the Cavs struggled in the last few games. It’s all over now, though, and the 8 best teams from the East and the 8 best from the West are now known and ready for an even tougher challenge: the 2017 NBA Playoffs.
But how can you watch the 2017 NBA Playoffs on your iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Google …