Ballin: Samuel Dalembert went LeBron James last night. That’s the only way to explain 35 points on 17-21 shooting, 12 rebounds, a block and two assists in just 27 minutes. I honestly do not believe this is real.
Not so much: Well, the Warriors gave up 140 points, 23 threes and had to resort to fouling to prevent an NBA record from being tallied against them, so I guess they had a pretty bad night.
Knee juice: Here is Kobe Bryant looking like early Kobe Bryant in sloooooooowwwwwwww mooooooooootioooooooon.
Kind of embarrassing for the Nets, but at least Kris Humphries and Gerald Wallace got to enjoy a nice mid-air high-five.
Whoops: With 2:32 left to play, the Nets led the Lakers 83-82. They lost 92-83.
Looper: Is this “the shot of the century?”
We’re only 13 years in and this is a pretty great shot, but I feel confident in saying this isn’t the shot of the century. That honor still goes to this shot.
Don’t mess with the Zoran: Goran Dragic scored or assisted on 20 of the Suns’ last 22 points in their 6-point win over the Grizzlies, which is good. Steve Nash would have went 22 for 22 though. J/K.
Whoa: It is actually kind of insane to watch all 23 made Rockets threes.
Then, just to make things worse, Chandler Parsons zinged Mark Jackson on Twitter. Flawless victory.
Revenge: The Pacers beat the Hawks yesterday, 114-103. But the Hawks wore birds on their jerseys and the Pacers wore pinstripes, so who really was victorious?
Other things: If you’re interested in seeing Kobe’s dunk in full speed, go nuts … Decent shooting chart for the Rockets last night … New Nike commercial for Kevin Durant — pretty good … Pau Gasol hurt his foot last night (strained plantar fascia, ouch) and will have an MRI today … Stephen Curry made a halfcourt bomb at the end of last night’s first half, but no one seems to care for some reason