Jon the Intern here with this week’s random video round-up from the team sites…
Over in Phoenix, Jess the Intern (no relation) was given the task of counting the number of high fives Suns’ point guard Steve Nash gave out on a nightly basis. Take a look as Nash’s coaches and teammates try to guess how many fives he gives out a game:
Divide Nash’s 239 high fives by the nine players on the Suns roster who average more than 10 minutes a game and that’s 26.5 high fives, per person, per game. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Grant Hill rocking the latex gloves for the rest of the season.
In Houston, small forward Shane Battier has a new favorite pastime: He’s picking up a mic. Kobe did it and so did Shaq, but I’m not sure if MC Shane will be cutting a record deal anytime soon. Check him out in action below:
In Detroit, the Pistons have given Rookie guard Austin Daye his own video series, entitled “Daye Walking,” which is modeled after Jay Leno‘s “Jay Walking” segment from The Tonight Show. The premise is simple — Daye walks around and asks random folks simple, general knowledge questions. But it usually doesn’t go well for the participants. Take a look at episode 3: