The Mid-Afternoon Milk Mustache, featuring Pau Gasol playing SingStar

The Mid-Afternoon Milk Mustache take you on a trip around the League every weekday, bringing you the best posts from around the NBA blogosphere. Unfamiliar with the below ‘stache styles? The American Mustache Institute will school you on that subject.

The Chevron: Pau Gasol and two friends get together for some nice karaoke fun in what I assume is a Spanish commercial. [ShamSports]

The Dali: Everyone talks about Brandon Jennings and Andrew Bogut, but how much of the Bucks success can be attributed to Ersan Ilyasova. [BrewHoop]

The English: Tom Martin expounds upon how Chase Budinger has found himself a niche in the Rockets while Jermaine Taylor is still riding the pine. [The Dream Shake]

The Fu Manchu: Michael Pina imagines what it would be like if the Wizards had not traded their pick and instead took Ricky Rubio in this year’s draft. [The Hoop Doctors]

The Handlebar: Gerald Narcisco explains why Lebron and Wade should not play not the same team. [Dime]

The Horseshoe: Ziller tells us why the Kings have been better without Kevin Martin, and it isn’t because “Tyreke Evans isn’t a point guard.” [Sactown Royalty]

The Imperial: Introducing the NBA All-Eccentric team. [Hooped Up]

The Lampshade: Matt McHale looks at the factors behind why the Bulls are currently the 3rd worst shooting team and the worst three-point shooting team in the NBA. [By The Horns]

The Painter’s Brush: Henry Abbott looks at Ron Artest in isolation. Verdict: Not very good. [True Hoop]

The Pyramidal: M. Haubs thinks about what the NBA’s next wave of international supers will look like. [The Painted Area]

The Toothbrush: If Nike were still running their “That Ain’t Right” campaign, this Dwayne Wade dunk over Anderson Varejao would definitely be featured. [Youtube]

The Walrus: Zachariah Blott waxes reminiscent about the rebounding machine that was Dennis Rodman. [Empty the Bench]

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