Udonis Haslem, Miami Heat
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Udonis Haslem, Miami Heat

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Paul Pierce, Boston Celtics
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Paul Pierce, Boston Celtics

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Jeremy Lin, New York Knicks

Feb. 4-15 — Linsanity breaks out  Jeremy Lin, a previously little-known Harvard grad, became a legend in early February, captivating the world with his improbably strong — if turnover heavy — play. It started on Feb. 4 as he scored 25 points and made seven assists off the bench in a comeback win over New Jersey. He went on to lead the then-reeling Knicks to seven consecutive wins. Not bad for a guy who had been crashing on his brother’s couch.

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Jeremy Lin, New York Knicks

Feb. 4-15 — Linsanity breaks out  Jeremy Lin, a previously little-known Harvard grad, became a legend in early February, captivating the world with his improbably strong — if turnover heavy — play. It started on Feb. 4 as he scored 25 points and made seven assists off the bench in a comeback win over New Jersey. He went on to lead the then-reeling Knicks to seven consecutive wins. Not bad for a guy who had been crashing on his brother’s couch.

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Deron Williams, New Jersey Nets
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Deron Williams, New Jersey Nets

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Stephon Marbury, New Jersey Nets
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Stephon Marbury, New Jersey Nets

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Gerald Wallace, New Jersey Nets
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Gerald Wallace, New Jersey Nets

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Deron Williams, New Jersey Nets
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Deron Williams, New Jersey Nets

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Hall of Swag: The Dopest Basketball Photos Ever
Jason Kidd (2003)
[Image Source: Sports Illustrated; Photographer: Manny Millan/SI]

Hall of Swag: The Dopest Basketball Photos Ever

Jason Kidd (2003)

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“The Driver’s Seat”
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The Driver’s Seat

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D-Will finished his run in Turkey having played 23 games in total,  including eight exhibitions and 15 regular season contests. He led  Besiktas to a 3-0 record in the EuroChallenge, good for first place in  their group, and a 6-1 record in the Turkish Basketball League, good for  second place early in the season.
D-Will averaged 21.2 points, 6.5 rebounds, three assists and 1.2  steals per game over those 15 regular season games as Besiktas went  13-2, endearing himself to thousands of Besiktas fans. (DeronWilliams.com)
“I’d never scored 50 in a game in my life — definitely not in high  school or college. I wasn’t really a scorer at those levels, even in the  NBA. I scored more in the NBA than I ever scored before, but I never  got 50. I’ve had some great shooting games in the past, but never at  that volume.”
[Image Source: Besiktas J.K. Official Website]

D-Will finished his run in Turkey having played 23 games in total, including eight exhibitions and 15 regular season contests. He led Besiktas to a 3-0 record in the EuroChallenge, good for first place in their group, and a 6-1 record in the Turkish Basketball League, good for second place early in the season.

D-Will averaged 21.2 points, 6.5 rebounds, three assists and 1.2 steals per game over those 15 regular season games as Besiktas went 13-2, endearing himself to thousands of Besiktas fans. (DeronWilliams.com)

I’d never scored 50 in a game in my life — definitely not in high school or college. I wasn’t really a scorer at those levels, even in the NBA. I scored more in the NBA than I ever scored before, but I never got 50. I’ve had some great shooting games in the past, but never at that volume.”

[Image Source: Besiktas J.K. Official Website]

He’s recording a song with Jay-Z as we speak.

I wonder if this kid is making the trip to Brooklyn…

Thanks to Chris Jackson over at Get Banged On for telling me where to find this .gif!

[Source: @jose3030 (Twitter); jose3030’s website: 3030fm.com]

Anyone know where I can get a .gif of this kid? I don’t know what I’ll do with it. I just know I need it.

Hall of Swag: The Dopest Basketball Photos Ever
LeBron James

Hall of Swag: The Dopest Basketball Photos Ever

LeBron James