cinderaffl:

i have no time for the idea that girls dont like sports. literally have no time for it. actually, i have less than no time for it. i have negative time for it. you owe me several seconds of my life back for insinuating it. apology not accepted 

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bagmilk:

lemme whispa in ya ear

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A picture speaks 1000 words…

Congratulations to the San Antonio Spurs, the 2014 NBA Champions.

Derek Fisher will reportedly accept the head coaching job for the New York Knicks.

Looks like Phil Jackson got his guy. 

People suggesting San Antonio killed the AC on purpose…… 
smh. 

fuckingurbitchevryday:

The sounds of a generation.

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yourmandevine:

balldontlie:

That’s what they’re playing for, gang — the 2014 NBA Finals begin Thursday night in San Antonio, with the Spurs and Heat vying for the right to hoist the Larry O’Brien Trophy and call themselves NBA champions. Before Game 1 tips off at 9 p.m. ET on ABC, get ready for the rematch of last year’s epic seven-game slugfest with BDL’s breakdowns.
BDL 2014 NBA Finals preview: Spurs vs. Heat. (With predictions!)
Kelly Dwyer lists the main X-factors on the Spurs and Heat.
Eric Freeman on what’s at stake from a legacy/reputation perspective for key members of the Spurs and Heat.
Dan Devine’s Inarguable Power Rankings of who will matter most in the Finals.

A collection of all our 2014 NBA Finals lead-up stuff from the past few days, if you want something to read before it gets going tonight.

yourmandevine:

balldontlie:

That’s what they’re playing for, gang — the 2014 NBA Finals begin Thursday night in San Antonio, with the Spurs and Heat vying for the right to hoist the Larry O’Brien Trophy and call themselves NBA champions. Before Game 1 tips off at 9 p.m. ET on ABC, get ready for the rematch of last year’s epic seven-game slugfest with BDL’s breakdowns.

A collection of all our 2014 NBA Finals lead-up stuff from the past few days, if you want something to read before it gets going tonight.

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thedoctorandmerlins-stargirl:

MY BABY IS ON AN ALL-NBA TEAM!!!!!!
Parker stole his spot on the second team, but there was a tiny part of me that was worried he wouldn’t make a team, so I won’t complain (too much, at least).
I’m so proud of him, though. He deserves every award he’s gotten & so much more.
Also, this means they pretty much have to pick him as an All-Star next year, right?

I’ve heard a lot of talk that his recent successes are going to make him expendable to this team, and an asset towards getting a superstar and/or more athletic point guard here in Phoenix this year.
After all this work that’s gone into him getting here and becoming this good, I certainly hope this Suns FO doesn’t see him as expendable, and sees more the great future that he has with the organization. 

Dragic getting a spot on the third team, though, is such a huge step up from where he was when he came to Phoenix initially, and I think his growth is such a cool story for the team. Recognition at this level is a start towards him becoming known as an All-Star caliber player, and that’s what’s going to bring a superstar to Phoenix, in my opinion. Just a few minor changes, and I think the team could be playoff-ready by this next season. I would really hate to see the core of the team shook up.