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Out of Bounds: Thrillers and Buzzer-Beaters

Out of Bounds shows some of insane buzzer-beaters of the night… LeBron gets up to hammer down… Bloopers and Perkins’s outfit.

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The Funny, Stupid Thing of the Day

With the first month of 2014 coming to an end, it’s time to look at some of the ridiculousness that occurred in just one month. Here’s some of the best bloopers in the NBA from the month of January.

Kicks of the Day

New gameday kicks. What do you think? @adidashoops

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Warriors’ Harrison Barnes takes a moment to show off his game-day shoes in exclusive fashion. It’s a fine line to make yellow and blue work out for a shoe, but the Warriors found the best combination possible with the help of adidas.

Game-Winners of the Night

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8jj8aL3224

We have a two-for-one special going on for game-winners tonight. The first is an absolutely crazy sequence of events as Weber State’s Davion Berry thinks he hits the game-winning three only to watch as Sacramento State’s Dylan Garrity hits an jaw-dropping 70-footer to win the game at the buzzer. Hope people didn’t suffer a heart attack in Sac-Town.

The second shows Milwaukee’s Brandon Knight hitting an ice-cold three to bury the Knicks at the buzzer. We all know Brandon would be doing the Sam Cassell Dance if he wasn’t at risk for being fined.

Instagram of the Night

http://instagram.com/p/iFcsFxPBUK/

Not sure what Thunder center Kendrick Perkins is trying to pull off with this outfit as he’s about to go see a show. Hey, if you like it, sport it.

Dunk of the Night

So in case anybody forgot that Miami’s LeBron James is an incredible dunker, check out this insane one-handed reach to smash this ball home tonight against the Pistons. If you look closely, you can see LeBron’s hand goes over the box on the backboard. Whew Lord, LeBron, we have to shake our heads at that one.

Stat Stuffers of the Night

Clippers’ Blake Griffin: 36 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists in a 116-115 loss to the Nuggets.

Thunder’s Kevin Durant: 31 points, 8 rebounds, 8 assists in a 86-77 win over the Grizzlies.

Spurs’ Tony Parker: 32 points, 9 assists, 2 blocks, 2 rebounds in a 102-95 win over the Pelicans.

Click here for yesterday’s Out of Bounds

Kyle Cape-Lindelin is based out of Portland, OR covering the NBA while being one of the newsline editors and contributor to "Out of Bounds."

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