Pictured: Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis looking down at the roof of a two-story building, just out of framePhoto: Zhong Zhi (Getty)So there’s this thing:And this thing:NBA player heights have been a matter of mild controversy and wild speculation for years.
“No, see, my tweet’s actually okay because...”Photo: Ilya S. Savenok (Getty)So, here’s a tweet. This tweet, in a roundabout way, is about the brouhaha that has erupted around the internet—or around Twitter, anyway—over clips of TV’s Ellen DeGeneres palling around with former president George W. Bush at a Dallas Cowboys game this past weekend.
Photo: Takoshi Aoyama (Getty)NBA commissioner Adam Silver has released a second public statement regarding the controversy over Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey’s tweet in support of Hong Kong pro-democracy protests, and the Chinese government’s punitive response to the tweet.
Who could have guessed that the Lakers would look a lot better when they have two of the sport's five best players on the floor, and a lot worse when they have zero of the sport's five best players on the floor
Ken Rosenthal: [long anecdote about Juan Soto and hitting coach Kevin Long putting in careful extra work to correct a minor trend in his hitting most people wouldn't even be able to perceive]
Joe Buck: "just pure talent"