Dion Waiters has a team. We can all go home now

Once the Gordon Hayward domino fell, NBA free agent moves began clicking into place. On Wednesday one of the runner-up teams for Hayward — the Miami Heat — reacted by locking up The Dion Waiters to a 4-year, $52 million deal. Waiters bet on himself that summer by taking a short deal to prove his worth (despite the insane money being thrown around in 2016). It paid off big time. Miami is also reportedly close to a deal with James Johnson.

The busy Thunder finished their work by locking up Andre Roberson on a 3-year, $30 million deal, yet another bargain for an elite wing defender (albeit one who cannot shoot a lick). OKC’s shooting problems will be real, but this might be a top-5 defensive club this season. That plus Russell Westbrook is dangerous.

Now we’re cooking — this is some real high-octane action movie stuff. Just look how he zooms down the freeway (obeying speed limits) while doing whatever it takes to get to his destination (while following all traffic regulations). And you can’t hear it here, but the tasteful Leon Bridges soundtrack gives the scene an artful touch.

Now this is where Griffin’s directorial wizardry comes into play — just look at this gorgeous, film noir-style black-and-white shot of his vehicle of choice. Like his play style on the court, Griffin’s cinematography is both powerful and pristine.

“On the moon I milly rock,” Blake Griffin seems to be saying with this extremely strange scene, one that, while visually stimulating, creates an atmosphere of uncertainty and amazement. Where did he even get this astronaut Cheap Jerseys Zoom costume — or is he really in space?

What does it all mean? I don’t posture to know — but what Cheap Kids NBA Jerseys I do know is that after basketball, Blake Griffen has a promising career in film.