Friday night in the NBA featured a full slate of games including LeBron doing LeBron things at Madison Square Garden, a Zach Randolph game-winner against Portland, and a phenomenal alley-oop by Toronto's DeMar DeRozan.
Sadly, the Warriors were off so we were without any Steph Curry vines.
The reigning MVP was in action earlier this week though and he delivered time and again with a plethora of highlight reel plays.
From Monday, November 9th, to last night's games, here are 10 of the best vines from this week in the NBA.
Without further adieu, the good, the bad & the ugly:
When the Knicks traveled to the Air Canada Centre earlier in the week, Kristaps Porzingis continued his world tour of domination, throwing down another put back dunk on a pack of Raptors. That slam was just another notch in the 7'3 Latvian's belt.
See Exhibit A:
Sticking with the dunks, DeMar DeRo(hhhhh!)zan, ladies and gentleman:
First and foremost, Kawhi Leonard was not injured on this play. Secondly, Kawhi Leonard is an absolute animal and the Spurs are going to be a playoff contender for as long as the human race walks the planet Earth:
Stephen Curry probably could've had his own 'Top-10 Vines Of The Week' list, but instead we'll just choose one of his many WTF moments from the past five days:
And now, introducing Marcelo Huertas, the Lakers' 32-year old rookie who was playing in favor of their other rookie, D'Angelo Russell.
Bold move, Byron Scott, let's see how it played out for him against Miami's Tyler Johnson:
Ok, so maybe defense isn't his strong suit. Guy's got to be a juggernaut on offense then, right?
Our boy Marcelo wasn't the only 30+ player who had a rough go of it this week. Paul Pierce got dunked on by Jeff Green on Monday and then had his ankles turned into sawdust on Thursday night in Phoenix:
Hey Gordon, 'White Men Can't Jump.' Ever heard of it? It's a classic:
The chemistry in Sacramento is electric right now.
Welcome to Spin City, Population: LeBron James:
BONUS: Lance Stephenson doing some very Lance Stephenson things: