Same old story for the Lakers. Get their ***** kicked for 3 1/2 quarters and if they're lucky, Kobe will single-handedly cut the lead...but the team falls short with the final score being "respectable."
See this is what I mean. The Bulls blow huge leads all the damn time and have been doing it more than any other team for the past few seasons. It doesn't always cost them (like it didn't tonight) but in the playoffs, it can come back to bite them in the ass. They also aren't a very good offensive team unless of course they're playing the Knicks.
listening to the end of the Miami~Sac game on the radio. Behind the Miami radio people there was a guy yelling some not so nice things, security came over and there was some pushing and shoving. Then applauding as the guy was apparently taken away. For the past 5 minutes or so I have no idea what happened in the game cause I'm too busy paying attention to what is going on with this fan
Nets with a big comeback, 8-1 under PJC. Obviously, 8-1 isn't a representation of their true talent level, but I don't think 3-13 is either. Looks like they're a streaky team, so one hopes they can put together some wins at the right end of the season.
So Carmelo Anthony announced after the fact that he's been starving himself for the past 15 days. Am I the only one who sees a serious problem with him doing something like that in the middle of the season?