35-Day NBA Warning: We Found the Greatest NBA Website on the InternetGarrett W. Ellwood/Getty Images
What’s that? You were wondering exactly how many days until the start of the NBA season? Well, you’re in luck! The Triangle is counting down the days for all of us.
One reason to be excited for the return of pro basketball? NBA fashion. It’s the gift that never, ever stops giving. Now, finally, after decades of Internet, we have a website worthy of documenting it all.
It’s called David Stern Look Like a Frog. The address is nbadresscode.tumblr.com. And this is the repeating background:
Yes, that’s SLAM no. 57, the iconic “Rock L.A. Familia” cover from 2002 in which Elton, Lamar, and Darius wore their jerseys backward, channeling Athos, Porthos, and Aramis at Black Bike Week.
With this information alone, it’s a top-10 Tumblr site, and that’s without even getting into the meat of the website. That meat? Images like this:
And, of course, this:
The premise couldn’t be simpler. It’s just pictures of NBA players, coaches, and commissioners, typically in hilarious street clothes. The catch: This site has an infinite scroll and somehow has EVERY SINGLE IMPORTANT IMAGE EVER.
There are no weak links.
THAT’S GILBERT ARENAS SITTING ON A FALLEN TREE.
Also, getting to the end of the site is like trying to beat The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in one sitting. Just go to the website immediately and have an outstanding 45 minutes. The NBA is amazing.
Filed Under: Carmelo Anthony, David Stern, Rembert Browne
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