The NBA MVP race is as good as ever this year. You could give the award to any one of four players — James Harden, Russell Westbrook, Kawhi Leonard, or LeBron James — and each would be deserving.
Jared Jacobs matched up the audio perfectly to both Marcus Paige and Kris Jenkins’ shots from the final seconds of the tournament final, and this most certainly qualifies as art.
He used about 400 Lego figurines with taped-on jerseys, according to Yahoo!, to recreate the madness last year as a birthday gift to his 11-year-old daughter.
He captured it all using slow-motion animation and gave a little behind-the-scenes look:
March Madness is my favorite time of year. I can’t wait for everyone to see my next stop motion video. Here’s a sneak peak! Shout out to @guayaki for helping me stay awake while I work on these videos in the middle of the night.
Marshawn Lynch AKA @beastmode always knew how to keep us entertained during his obligatory interviews. I decided to re-create one of my favorites from back in the day. Neon Deion AKA @deionsanders made this interview even more epic. I hope you enjoy!
Whoever wins the job will have the luxury of options. Howard is a tremendous runner (seven fumbles aside), and Southern Miss boasts a solid duo of senior backs. Ito Smith showed nice explosiveness in 2016, while the larger George Payne was a hair more efficient.
The backs will be running behind a line that does have to deal with makeover. Devin Farrior and Ty Pollard have combined for 40 career starts, but that’s it — the other five in the starting rotation last year are gone. JUCOs Jimmie Terry and Justus Satterfield will need to make an immediate impact, though there are some upperclassmen (seniors Jerry Harris and Tyler Stutzman, junior Hayden McMahan) in the mix.