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Tyson Chandler Blocks Curry's Shoe Toss

Watch as Warriors guard Steph Curry tries to toss a sneaker to teammate MarreeseSpeights who lost the shoe during in the third quarter of Golden State's matchup against the Mavs on Saturday night in Dallas. Tyson Chandler don't play that shit. He breaks up the pass in what is nothing short of hilarious fashion.

"It was tactical for sure," said Chandler, who recorded 11 points, 12 rebounds and one blocked shoe in Dallas' 105-98 loss. "I'm doing everything to try to win. I don't care what it is, if it's hitting a shoe or hitting whatever it is," Chandler said.

Gotta love that type of effort.



Gabrielle Union Interrupts Wade's Interview

Watch as actress Gabrielle Union has a little fun with her husband, Dwayne Wade, when she jumped in on his postgame interview and jokingly broke down his play after the Heat topped the Knicks, 86-79, on Sunday night at Madison Square Garden. 

Wade returned from a hamstring injury that caused him to miss the previous seven games to score 27 points, including 13 in the fourth quarter. 



Gerald Green throws himself a sick alley-oop

Watch as Gerald Green makes the amazing alley-oop pass to himself off the backboard for a big dunk on Sunday night in Phoenix where the Magic topped the Suns, 93-90.

Green finished with 11 points in 26 minutes off the bench and his pass to himself for a dunk was recognized as the No. 1 play on SportsCenter's Top 10. He should've be credited for two points AND an assist for that awesome play.



George Mason Wins On 75-Foot Buzzer-Beater

Watch as George Mason sophomore forward Jalen Jenkins nails a shot from the other team's free-throw line to sink Manhattan at the buzzer on Saturday. The Brooklyn native gave GMU a 64-63 win with the heave as time expired. Lucky? Sure. But pretty impressive nevertheless.


Lance Stephenson slaps himself and then flops

Check out the most ridiculous NBA moment so far this season as Lance Stephenson slaps himself in the face and flops in an attempt to draw a foul on Saturday night in the Hornets' 112-87 loss to the Warriors.

So absurd, it's kind of awesome. Lance is such an enigmatic character. Perhaps the only person in the NBA that gets him is J.R. Smith.