Hoopism Museum of NBA Desktop Wallpapers

Players get traded, retire, stink, or are just too white & their wallpapers go under appreciated...until now.
Jin and the Giant Peach
Hard to say why Jinsanity never took off in Portland.

Jin and the Giant Peach

Hard to say why Jinsanity never took off in Portland.

Flare
This Vintage Lamar Odom is dated between 2000 - 2003. Note Clyde’s subtle use of the lens flare, a precursor to the flames and smoke that would become popular for NBA wallpaper in the later years.

Flare

This Vintage Lamar Odom is dated between 2000 - 2003. Note Clyde’s subtle use of the lens flare, a precursor to the flames and smoke that would become popular for NBA wallpaper in the later years.

The Angel
AK47 always seemed like too violent a nickname for a player with Andre Kirilenko’s grace. But can this angel be trusted?

The Angel

AK47 always seemed like too violent a nickname for a player with Andre Kirilenko’s grace. But can this angel be trusted?

The Magic Eye
If you stare at this fractal inspired Grizzlies desktop wallpaper long enough a 3d image of Bryant Reeves on a unicorn emerges from the screen. Serious, keep looking.

The Magic Eye

If you stare at this fractal inspired Grizzlies desktop wallpaper long enough a 3d image of Bryant Reeves on a unicorn emerges from the screen. Serious, keep looking.

Have You Seen This Man?
Having spent his career in Charlotte and New Orleans, Emeka Okafor’s image seems more appropriate on a milk container than primetime television.

Have You Seen This Man?

Having spent his career in Charlotte and New Orleans, Emeka Okafor’s image seems more appropriate on a milk container than primetime television.

The Unknown Soldier
The prescient rookie appears uncertain of a future in a league where desktop wallpapers are easier to attain then playing time. 

The Unknown Soldier

The prescient rookie appears uncertain of a future in a league where desktop wallpapers are easier to attain then playing time. 

Game Over
A primal Marc Gasol tears apart the very symbol of the sport. Caged in with iron bars, Gasol stares directly into our souls as if to say “no game tonight boys, I popped the basketball”.

Game Over

A primal Marc Gasol tears apart the very symbol of the sport. Caged in with iron bars, Gasol stares directly into our souls as if to say “no game tonight boys, I popped the basketball”.

The Many Selves of Moochie
Multiple Moochies dart about the screen through a hallucinogenic exploration of self. Moving from left to right we see the strategist, the common man, the athlete, and the child. This wallpaper gives us pause as we query our own “many selves”.  

The Many Selves of Moochie

Multiple Moochies dart about the screen through a hallucinogenic exploration of self. Moving from left to right we see the strategist, the common man, the athlete, and the child. This wallpaper gives us pause as we query our own “many selves”.  

Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?
Morrison shows us two sides of the same face as Stern ponders the marketing potential of pocket squares and facial hair. 

Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?

Morrison shows us two sides of the same face as Stern ponders the marketing potential of pocket squares and facial hair. 


White on White
MacCulloch’s gentle gaze belies the competitive fire of a basketball career cut short only to find a new home in competitive pinball. 

White on White

MacCulloch’s gentle gaze belies the competitive fire of a basketball career cut short only to find a new home in competitive pinball