Taylor Swift visited the New York Knicks earlier this week, and apparently they taught each other a thing or two about singing and basketball.
Knicks forward Amar’e Stoudemire helped the pop singer make her first dunk, which she was absolutely thrilled about.
Then, during the Knicks’ season opener against the Chicago Bulls at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, the team showed a video of Stoudemire singing Swift’s hit song “Shake It Off” on the Jumbotron. And yes, it’s as awkward as it sounds.
If that doesn’t give you major secondhand embarrassment, we don’t know what will.
Photo of the Night
Texas A&M will wear these cool throwback faux-leather helmets for their game against Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday.
Texas A&M wearing 1939 throwbacks for 11/1 game. Helmets will have old leather "look" http://t.co/Nw9wwVsM2x—
darren rovell (@darrenrovell) October 29, 2014
Tweet of the Night
Boston Bruins winger Reilly Smith poked fun at teammate Torey Krug’s finger injury with a “Scary Movie 2” reference.
Reilly Smith (@reillysmith18) October 29, 2014
Video of the Night
The New Orleans Pelicans made a cooking promo, and it’s extremely strange.