Even Steph Curry spends too much time staring at his phone.
The SC30 Select Camp was in the Bay Area this week, an even that features the NBA’s MVP training some of the nation’s best high school and college guards. One of the guards in attendance was Dennis Smith Jr., a top five point guard in the class.
During one drill, Smith blew by a defender and dunked on him … and Steph missed it as he was texting. Or tweeting. Or scrolling through Riley Curry memes. Whatever he was doing, Steph had to run for the Ball Is Life camera man to see the play.
And it was all captured on video:
So yeah, phone addiction has officially become a national epidemic.
Throwback Thursday: Anthony Davis’ introduction to America (VIDEO)
The first day of free agency in the NBA was about as bonkers as we expected, but the biggest news of the day was arguably the extension that Anthony Davis signed.
Five years. $145 million. The best part? He’ll be signing another contract when he’s 28 years old, also known as the middle of his prime. In honor of the 22-year old that may be the most valuable commodity in the entire sport, the first moment he really stepped onto a national stage.
Back in the 2011-12 season, Kentucky and North Carolina were widely considered the two best teams in the country. They squared off in early December of that season in Rupp Arena in a game that came down to a final possession.
And on that final possession?:
Kentucky-centric dating site BBNMeetUp.com launches
In the spirit of J-Date, Christian Mingle and FarmersOnly.com, a dating website geared specifically towards fans of the Kentucky Wildcats launched on Thursday morning.
The website is called BBNMeetUp.com, and it’s designed to help Kentucky fans that find it “important for their potential life partner to share this interest”, according to the site’s official press release.
Members have until July 15th to create a profile on the site and begin browsing the interwebs for a potential husband or wife that looks good in blue and is willing to spend obscene amounts of cash to travel across the country to see John Calipari’s team play.
You have to believe there’s a market for this. Proof? Kentucky fans have already crashed the website: