Hi, hello, welcome to B Sides: Volume 4 of the 2017-18 NBA season. The Celtics still haven’t lost since the last time we spoke. The Rockets scored 90 points IN ONE HALF. LeBron took over the entire city of New York. Put that all aside for now, because I have eight perfect and probably weird new things for you to love this week. DeMar has started to give air high-fives after shooting technical free throws. It happened twice this week. Once against New Orleans ...... And once against the Rockets.
Joel Embiid was absolutely incredible on Wednesday night against the Lakers. He dropped 46 points, 15 rebounds, seven assists, and seven blocks. That is a video game stat line. He also continued his perfection after the game. In his post game interview, he made sure to say he was “69% there” in terms of his conditioning. This is so nice. After the Clippers game earlier in the week, Embiid said his conditioning was around 50 percent. Against the Lakers on Wednesday, he was up to 69 percent.
The Warriors and the Celtics matched up on Thursday night in Boston, a matchup between two of the best teams in the NBA in 2017. But Andre Iguodala was running and dunking on the like it’s 2006. 1. Iggy with a reverse dunk, off two feet, in the half court. 2. IGGY ALL OVER MARCUS SMART 3. Iggy dunking because why not at this point(Andre Igoudala should have won the 2006 dunk contest.)
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