THIS GAME IS VERY GOOD. First Aaron Harrison shot the Wildcats into the lead from deeeeep: Then Jerian Grant took it right back for Notre Dame:
The Bulls starters were not even remotely needed in the fourth quarter (or the third or the second, really) of Chicago's utter annihilation of the Knicks, so they just became part of the crowd. Jimmy Butler and Joakim Noah joined in The Wave! Yo, where's your spirit, rest of the Bulls bench? (Vine via @iamvega1982)
This game is indeed a game. Three Vines to tell a story. 1) Zach Auguste dunks 2) Pat Connaughton dunks 3) Ashley Judd reacts
In HORSE, this would be a killer. In the NBA, it's no good:
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