If a bunch of NBA players ever invite you to a Super Bowl party, make sure you eat before you get there.
Daniel Gibson, DeShawn Stevenson and others admitted to Leigh Ellis of The Basketball Jones that they don't exactly know their ways around a kitchen. Asked what snack they would bring to a Super Bowl bash, the players' answers ranged from chips and dip to something made by their wives or professional cooks.
In Blazers guard Wesley Matthews' case, the treat would come straight from one of the greatest places on earth: Famous Dave's. He'd bring the cornbread.
"I'm not making that myself," Matthews said. "I'll go pick it up."
Give credit to Frenchman Nic Batum, who would bring a glazed duck dish that sounds absolutely delicious. But are you serious, Jordan Farmar? You can't make your own guacamole? It's basically avocado and salt.
Don't worry, fellas. LeBron James brought the guac.
"Good. How are you feeling?"
— Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski responding to a question at Super Bowl XLVI media day about how his injured ankle was feeling
You had us at #boychuk.
Don't be that guy who brings Tostitos or a 2-liter of Sprite.