Al Horford game-winner vs. Wizards

Al Horford just put a cap on a wild finish in Atlanta, providing the game-winning tip-in with 1.9 seconds left to put his Hawks up 1 and win the pivotal Game 5 versus the Wizards.

Leading up to the tip-in… first, this John Wall block is on the short list for the subjective Block of the Year.


With 15 seconds left, Al Horford and DeMarre Carroll executed the most beautiful/pressure-packed 2 on 1 in, quite possibly, NBA history.


(At posting time, this Warriors 2-on-1 is just as beautiful, for different reasons.)

Then, the Truth made up for his turnover by being The Truth.

Then finally the buzzer beating tip-in with Al Horford coming out of nowhere to snare that board. (Another great block by Wall, btw.)

The Atlanta atmosphere was superb all night, even during replay reviews when organist Sir Foster played “All Day” for a good 2 minutes. So when they won, it was appropriately crazy. I loved that 2 Chainz dapped up his NBA doppelgänger DeMarre Carroll, but that’s currently not in GIF form. Carroll’s dap from T.I. is though…



But it’s Memphis Grizzlies fan Juicy J with the tweet of the night that tops even that…


Ne-Yo f/ Juicy J “She Knows”

The 2nd single off Non-Fiction gets the visual treatment today as Ne-Yo links with Juicy J in the dapper video above… that also features strippers in a dollar store and library.

This also prefaces the upcoming nationwide fall tour that Ne-Yo is about to embark on so be sure to catch him in your city as well.

ASAP Rocky “Multiply” f/ Juicy J

A$AP is back, finally, with an all-new single and video to accompany it. He comments on some fashion along the way, dissing Been Trill & Hood By Air. My favorite part of the record: the high-pitched electro scratch beat that kicks in at the 2:45 mark. Juicy J also briefly cameos.

Weigh in with your favorite part here.


Usher f/ Juicy J “I Don’t Mind”

Usher’s new single features a new verse from Juicy J — the go-to rapper right now for singers, amirite? It’s starting to get redundant, but at least “I Don’t Mind” is a little different from Usher, who comforts his lady to get the money how she can, as long as she comes home. Not sure I can relate here, but it’s set to a soft, bouncy Dr. Luke and Cirkut production. Listen below.