Even in an anonymous poll, Utah residents are morally upright.
It's his most Gollum photo ever.
The NBA's young demo loves them some "Laverne & Shirley."
He should have headed his shot.
"I have been meeting with my staff for weeks, assessing where we have needs in preparation for the trade deadline," said Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers. "One thing we all eventually noticed is that we were looking for people with significant height. The kind of height where, you know, you're walking through the mall or an airport and see a tall guy and wonder: 'I bet he played basketball.' So right now I'm just calling around and seeing what tall people are on the market."
The Rockets made a big splash earlier this week when they acquired three tall people from the Sacramento Kings, a 6-foot-10 guy, a 6-foot-7 guy and a 6-foot-8 guy in exchange for a 6-foot-11 guy, a 6-foot-9 guy and a 6-foot-2 guy.
"I'm extremely happy with the deal," said Rockets general manager Daryl Morey. "I couldn't believe that they were going to offer that many tall guys. We added three total inches in height! And for what? We traded away a 6-2 person! I wouldn't even noticed someone 6-2 at the airport or necessarily pick him first in a pickup basketball game. I'm really excited about our team's potential now. We're way taller, which is pretty great in basketball."
He would easily win the NBA dunk contest.
At least his knees aren't the worst part of his body.
They're terrible. Unfortunately, that won't stop any of them from releasing an album.