Thursday, May 31, 2007

This Is How I Watched The Most Exciting Basketball Game of the Year

6 comments:

Adam said...

hilarious

sk said...

Don't worry - it wasn't very exciting, or memorable.

Ash said...

The BS column from today must kill you: "If you care about basketball, you'll remember where you watched this game 20 years from now. If you care about basketball, it meant something when Marv Albert blessed the night by calling it "one of the greatest performances in NBA playoff history." If you care about basketball, you enjoyed TNT's postgame show, when a giddy Barkley was so hyped up that he could barely sit still in his seat. If you care about basketball, this game immediately joined the Bird-Dominique Duel, The Flu Game, MJ's Last Shot, Magic's Sky Hook, McHale's Clothesline, the Sleepy Floyd Game, MJ's 63-Point Game, the Bernard-Isiah Duel, the '87 All-Star Game, the Suns-Celts Game, Bird's Steal, Havlicek's Steal, West's Halfcourt Shot, the Miller/Spike Lee Game and every other classic over the years that can be described/remembered/rehashed with three or four words. We'll call this "LeBron's 48-Point Game" someday. 'Nuff said."

Poor Geoff. Though I rarely watch TV, cable is great for regular season college basketball games and these kinds of NBA playoff games. Dual income, you gotta make the commitment.

gk said...

Just saw that game 6 is on TNT as well. Unbelievable. This may be the most pivotal playoff series of all time (barring a Cavs finals win)... and I'll be watching it via espn gamecast.

By the way, what's on ABC tomorrow night instead? MINORITY REPORT!!!!! YESTERDAY IT WAS A G--D--- SPELLING BEE!!! TOMORROW IT'S TOM CRUISE!

Adam said...

And again I say, hilarious.

Lindsay Lohan said...

Just go to a sports bar and watch it.