After the Toronto Raptors made it to the NBA finals, Smash Mouth decided to tell Drake he's no All Star.
Anyways, the full song is apparently out because 2018 won't stop.
For our NBA Preview, we're going deep on five teams who can knock off the Warriors in the next five seasons.
There are a few reasons to believe this will be Houston's year, and the addition of P.J. Tucker may be as critical as any.
The Celtics have a stacked roster in a weak conference. LeBron James may be on his way out of Cleveland—and most importantly Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum are on the rise in Boston.
"I've just started," Harden told VICE Sports. "I don't have time to look back. I'm not retiring, so I'm not looking back yet."
We are happy to report that the Finals MVP is back on his bullshit.
But the Golden State Warrior guard later pulled off an impressive number of pars and a birdie to come away with an impressive first round.
You could make a mountain of a molehill about this—it's the offseason; you're entitled to—but it's pretty fun either way.
Ironically, Conor McGregor was using a Warriors jersey to troll Floyd Mayweather, and boy did Draymond Green run into that train wreck.
It's fun. It's silly.
Solid own, friends.