That's just kinda mean tbh.
Gifs are back and better than ever. Time to get your chill on and keep yourself bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, make sure you have a endless ream of looping images to entertain you as the day goes on. So sit back, relax, and watch recurring images flash across your screen endlessly. Or if you aren't satisfied with just one list, make sure you check out even more incredible gifs and quell the beast within.
This brings us back to playing sports as kids, when the opposing team had the one kid who had already gone through puberty and all your teammates could do was just look at each other and go "well, good luck everyone." They're playing on an 8 foot rim too, so this kid doesn't even have to jump to dunk. Watching all the other kids try they're best is harrowing, but also kind of hilarious.
It's clearly no easy task to get actual NBA players to lend their voices to your game. In this case it sounds like a combination of none of these guys having a chance to read over their scripts as well as the producers trying to get everything in one take. Holy crap these are bad.
Sometimes it pays to have some security cameras around. This person luckily had multiple views of this careless Amazon delivery driver mishandling their package, driving on their grass, backing into their hoop and driving off. All they want is #justiceforthebasketballhoop
Drake brought his trolling moves out in full force for Game 1 of the NBA Finals, when the Toronto Raptors squared off against the Golden State Warriors. Drake already has a notorious reputation for being a sideline sh*t starter when it comes to messing with the NBA players. In this case, he's gone to a new extreme, and is offering up an alleged piece of Steph Curry's hair lint to the highest bidder on eBay.
Toronto, the capital of Ontario, is the most statistically multicultural city in the world. While there are probably millions of heartwarming success stories, the tale of Nav Bhatia, who immigrated to the city from India in the 80's, is especially touching. After almost 25 years of never missing a game, he's been given the official title of Toronto Raptors Superfan and community ambassador. His presence at their basketball games, and court-side seats, have been well-documented, but until now, his amazing story has been pretty much under wraps. That changed when correspondent Mohammad Lila shared Bhatia's saga in a touching Twitter thread that we're going to be remembering for years to come.
We've made it to the home stretch, people. One more day and us Monday through Friday office drones are free for an extremely temporary couple of days. Will we actually make use of that free time and do something productive or meaningful? Absolutely not! These memeswill help you prep for a weekend of doing the bare minimum. You're welcome.