Courtesy of the NBA’s official Youtube account, it’s the NBA’s best bench reactions of 2012-2013. The Robert Sacre celebrations are epic. Lakers fans are in the midst of some lean years, at least they have Robert Sacre to boost morale!
…And, just because, A tribute to Robert Sacre, courtesy of #believethehype TV
By Justin McCahren 703JuiceAtomic
*Things went from bad to worse for the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday night. The Lakers fell to 9-13 with a 100-94 loss in Cleveland. Led by Kyrie Irving, the Cavaliers earned their 5th win of the season. Irving scored a team high 28 points while dishing out 11 assists. Astonishingly, Irving’s 11 assists matched the entire team total of the struggling Lakers. Kobe Bryant scored a game-high 42 points to lead Los Angeles. The problem for Kobe and LA is that there seems to be little offensive flow. If the assist numbers weren’t alarming enough, the shot totals are quite telling as well. Kobe shot the ball 28 times, the rest of the starters shot the ball 29 times combined. Granted, no Pau Gasol and no Steve Nash, but these are the Cavs we’re talking about here. They’re a feisty young team, but they are 5-17 for a reason.
By Justin McCahren
The Saturday night sports schedule featured a pair of game seven playoff clashes. On NHL ice, the New York Rangers hosted the Washington Capitals at Madison Square Garden. 3,000 miles away, an NBA elimination clash was staged at Staples Center in Los Angeles between the Lakers and Denver Nuggets.
Nationals Bryce Harper
By Justin McCahren
Tonight, we witnessed one of the drawbacks of having a 19 year-old phenom in the Major’s: Immaturity. During a frustrating 0-5, three strikeout night, Bryce Harper went batty in the clubhouse tunnel in Cincinnati. Harper unleashed his fury upon a bat, which was no doubt the reason why he was 0-5. Young Bryce wildly bashed his bat into the tunnel walls, and then the bat decided to bite back. During his moment of John McEnroeitis, (Yes, that’s an official medical condition) the barrell of the bat struck him above his left eye.