The important thing is that you film it, upload it, and learn from it. (Via SayOMG.)
Now that’s what I call a slam DUNCE.
Tell this guy to watch out for some percolators makin’ bubbles in his neighborhood…cause of the french press of bel-air and shootin’ some bball outside of his school?…I’ll show myself out.
It wouldn’t even count if he made it because that dude was clearly traveling. Took like 8 steps without dribbling, come on kid.
I was watching my friend’s kid play in a youth basketball game once and oh man, it was hilarious. There are simply no rules. No traveling, double dribble, nothing. I’m not even sure why they had refs. One girl (it was co-ed) was the best because she’d just dribble around and when she wanted to drive to the hoop, she’d just pick it up and run. Late in the game (which I don’t even think they were keeping score) a ball bounced out of bounds and a kid picked it up, and one of the coaches argued with the ref that the ball crossed the line. Umm, I counted about 78 violations in the two minutes prior to that happening that the coach didn’t say anything about, and now he’s arguing out of bounds?! It was crazy!
That coach arguing is like when people object to Spongebob Squarepants being able to cook things underwater. It’s like, man, this is a show about a dish sponge that lives in a pineapple and hangs out with a starfish that lives under a rock, a squid that plays clarinet, and a squirrel in a spacesuit. There is a crab who inexplicably is the biological father of a whale. But yeah, being able to cook underwater, that’s where it gets ridiculous.
Well, the show was created by a marine biologist, so I kind of just gave him the benefit of the doubt on most of that stuff, but clearly hes’ not well versed in how fire interacts with water.
Yikes, that is upsetting. My cousins are all insanely good at basketball. I have one cousin who spent all summer just practicing half-court shots and today can sink ‘em in with ease.
I, on the other hand, have the worst hand-eye coordination of anyone. Forever alone.
Emphasis on SLAM.
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