Ballin: Last night’s Knicks-Celtics game was nationally televised, so it should come as no surprise that Rajon Rondo threw up a 23-10-11 triple-double. Clockwork.

Not so much: Nice catch, Paul Pierce.

Yum yums: This kid is a Tim and Eric sketch starring Chris Farley brought to life.

Good hygiene is an important part of growing up. It’s nice to see that today’s youth care about grooming.

Announcements: All-Star reserves were announced last night. We’ll talk about them on The Overdose today.

Good bit: This Charles Barkley waxing number is going on the “Inside the NBA” highlight reel for Chris Webber’s performance alone.

I’ve never really noticed how sparse Charles’ eyebrows are, but now I feel like I’ll never be able to ignore it.

Miss you: No Chris Paul again for the Clippers last night, which means Goran Dragic goes for 24 points and eight assists while posting the highest individual plus-minus of the game in the Suns’ win. Fix your knee bruise, man. That’s three straight losses.

Still got it: This is from Wednesday, but it’s important that we all know that Chris Bosh is still the king of the videobomb.

I hope he keeps doing this for the next 15 seasons.

Bag of beans: Last night’s win in Boston was the Knicks’ first in 14 tries. Kevin Garnett and Carmelo Anthony didn’t get in a fight, and the booing wasn’t even that bad. Kind of weird.

Other things: Rajon Rondo wore some incredible Hyperposites last night, looking like his feet were made out of Mardi Gras beads … Hop on his Twitter feed to enjoy Joakim Noah’s All-Star acceptance speech … Chris Paul is not rollin’ with the Pelicans name, whatever that means … Another Thursday, another “Shaqtin’ a Fool” … In that picture up top, do you feel worse for Aaron Gray or Big Baby?