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Craig Sager gets tribute on shot clock in L.A.

The Clippers showed some love to sideline reporter Craig Sager, who's battling leukemia, with a nice get-well note taped to the top of the shot clock on Monday night at the Staples Center where the Clips put a 138-98 beatdown on the Warriors.

Nice move by the folks at the Staples Center. This kind act came a day after Gregg Popovich took a break from being a grumpy old man to deliver a very warm and sincere message of encouragement to Sager while he was being interviewed by his Sager's son, Craig Jr.

Via @cjzero


Blake Griffin dumps a cup of water on a fan

Accident? Complete dick move? Both?

Who cares? This is funny as hell.

Via Fox Sports


Patrick Beverley has crazy dribbling routine

Pretty impressive handle and hand-eye coordination to pull this off while catching tennis balls. Beverley and the Rockets will begin the playoffs at home against the Blazers on Sunday night at 9:30 p.m. ET.

Via For the Win


George drains 40-footer like it ain't no thang

Check out the absurdity of Paul George'e range on this shot when the 24-second  clock failed to reset forcing the Pacers forward to let it fly during the fourth quarter of Indiana's 101-94 victory over the Pistons on Wednesday night. The guy knocks it down so effortlessly and nonchalantly -- like it's a figgin' foul shot.

Via The Detroit Sports Site


Spurs mascot loses eyes after taking big hit

Check out what happened to the Spurs' mascot, the Coyote, during San Antonio's 15th straight win as they topped the Nuggets, 108-103, on Wednesday night. Luckily, the Coyote got his eyes back and all was well once again. Good thing, wouldn't want his Instagram account to look like Stevie Wonder's