The Starters TV Clips: Top 10 plays of the week (Dec. 6-12)

, on December 13, 2013 , 4:00PM

 

Were you just thinking that you’d like to see the best highlights from the past week of NBA games condensed in to a single video? Yes? Luckily for you, The Starters just did that exact thing. So relax, all your game-winners, chasedown blocks and fancy passes are all here. Enjoy it!


Video: LaMarcus Aldridge and Robin Lopez are bad at singing, great at commercials

, on December 13, 2013 , 3:00PM

 

To be completely and totally honest, I’d be totally and completely honest with every single NBA player making some sort of local commercial like this. That way, not only does my job become very easy, we’d also have hours upon hours of hilarious footage like this to watch any time we want. Because believe me, once you’ve seen LaMarcus Aldridge and Robin Lopez butcher the McLoughlin auto mall’s theme song once, you’re going to want to dip back in for some more laughs. It’s that good.

 

Some bloopers after the jump.

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Fri. Dec. 13: Superstar Status

, on December 13, 2013 , 1:34PM

 

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On Friday’s live episode of The Starters, the guys discuss superstar LaMarcus Aldridge, Robin Lopez’s defensive impact, Andray “Kobe” Blatche, the All-Star Game votes first returns, the Kyle Lowry trade rumors, and Steve Blake’s injury.

 

All that, plus Worst of the Week, Tweet of the Week, and our Top 10 Plays of the Week.

 

*****

 

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NBA Happenings: Dec. 13, 2013

, on December 13, 2013 , 9:30AM

blake garnett double teapots

 

Shoutout: Dwight Howard went for 32 points and 17 rebounds last night, which is usually good enough to get a win and a fake internet award for the best line of the night. However, LaMarcus Aldridge went for 31 points, 25 rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks in the very same game, so he’s getting neither.

 

Not so much: Six of the 10 starters in last night’s Clippers-Nets game made two or fewer shots, with Jared Dudley leading the sad parade with a sterling 1-7 mark on the evening. He was so sick about his poor performance that he tweeted about it, which is how you know something is truly horrific.

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