We know what’s on your NBA wish list: amazing moves, captivating moments and struggle plays. We’ve got a little something for everyone on this one. Dunks from dudes you might not expect and a few from players known for posterizing opponents. Heartwarming interactions that prove the NBA Cares is more than just a slogan. And at least one play that even we can’t explain.
Keep scrolling down to peep our favorite plays from week one of the new NBA season.
Former Indiana Pacers star Lance Stephenson caught a BODY ‘BOUT A WEEK AGO in his debut with the Charlotte Hornets.
Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson proves he’s more than just a splash brother.
But his teammate’s still Steph Curry with the shot, boi.
Dallas’ Monta Ellis has mad trick shots if you’re down to play H-O-R-S-E. We’ll just gon’ head and take H on this one.
Speaking of tricks, Los Angeles Clippers star DeAndre Jordan is still up to his old ones. For real, when are people gunna learn to stop jumping with this guy?
First ESPN said Kobe Bryant was the 40th best player in the NBA now. Perhaps Clippers Matt Barnes forgot to read that story
Then the homie’s at SLAM said he was the 19th best player. Kobe’s response?
Not to be outdone, we suggested that perhaps Kobe should leave the Lakers behind. Maybe it’s time we all just shut the f**k up and enjoy the show
The NBA loves the kids. Here’s Memphis Grizzly’s great Zach Randolph showing a young fan some love. Z-Bo is for the children!
And in the most epic of fails so far of the 2014-15 NBA season, the Milwaukee Bucks Brandon Knight did… we’re not sure how to describe this, but we hope he’s OK. #StruggleJumpers