Out Of Bounds

Out Of Bounds: Liftoff in Miami

Kawhi Leonard takes flight in Miami, Stephen Curry dances and dazzles, and veteran NBA Analyst Peter Vescey takes a shot at the “Heatles” in tonight’s Out of Bounds.

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Hilarious Vines of the Night


This is quite possibly the most random vine mix of Stephen Curry clips we’ve ever seen…but it doesn’t make it any less hilarious.


And they say football players are so much tougher than basketball players…

Tweet of the Night

Tell us how you really feel, Mr. Vescey. You just know there were plenty of folks waiting four years to get that tweet off, and Peter seized the moment perfectly…but was it premature?

Instagrams of the Night


Dirk is among some of the All-Time great scorers.


Amar’e didn’t have to clown the perm, but we’re sure Rev. Al isn’t worrying about it.


Looks like Roy Hibbert is set to take flight.


Carlos Boozer screamed “AND-ONE!” immediately after they took this photo.

Dunk of the Night


As unlikely as it may have seemed when the series began, Kawhi Leonard is a strong candidate for Finals MVP. Especially if the Spurs were to finish the deal (up 3-1) back at home in Game 5 with Leonard playing another great game.

Video of the Night

This is a pretty awesome mini-movie breakdown of the behind-the-scenes action leading up to and during Game 4.

Cheerleaders of the Night


The Atlanta Hawks have announced their Dance Crew for 2014-15.


The Milwaukee Bucks, on the other hand, are still a month away from their tryouts.

Vine of the Night


That first dunk was nice, but the second just seemed to have a little extra…funk on it.

Flashback Friday!


S/O to the Detroit Pistons for winning the first NBA title of their franchise’s history 25 years ago, today.


21 years ago, today, the Bulls and Suns played only the second triple-overtime game in Finals history. Charles Barkley led the Suns with 24 points to go with his 19 rebounds, while Michael Jordan had 44 points, nine rebounds and six assists in the loss.

Got’HEEEM Of the Night


Josh Childress catches some unsuspecting lady slipping…and sleeping on his flight.

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Alan is an experienced writer of online betting and casino guides. He is one of the main editors of Basketballinsiders.

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