6.06.2005

Game Sevens

A short while ago I text messaged a few friends:

"Hey where are we going to watch the game. My place is available."

I recieved a call barely thirty seconds later:

E: "Yeah, hey man, I'm here with J and we were discussing. Umm.. if you recall back we watched the last Game 7 against the Knicks at your house."

A: "I thought that was at B's house."

E: "Remember? M was there and you went and sat under a tree for a few hours after Allan Houston hit that shot."

A: "Yeah, I remember.."

E: "Anyway, so your house is out of the question. We'll go the bar where we're 2 and 0 this series."

A: "Good call."

6 Comments:

At 6/07/2005 9:38 AM, Blogger Brown Recluse, Esq. said...

guess going to that bar didn't work out for you, al.

 
At 6/07/2005 11:41 AM, Blogger Bethlehem Shoals said...

the heat are dead, long live the heat.

those abdomen/rib injuries are no joke. i would've hated to have had to watch wade struggle with it through another tough series. looking forward to him making a less marred championship run next season.

brickowski, did you see my attempt to refute your attempt to refute my long, manic plea to the NBA powers that be?

it's funny how often this blog ends up being all about the spurs, despite an avowed collective aversion to them.

 
At 6/08/2005 12:59 AM, Anonymous aug said...

Maybe wade should have dished it a bit more in the 4th. When you're hurting like that you can't try to do more than you're capable of. Also, why did they acquire Steve Smith to not use him? You're telling me they couldn't have used a seasoned scoring swingman? The whole not giving it to shaq enough thing has been played to death. They went out of their way to get Mourning prepared for the playoffs and it paid off. A fully functioning steve smith would've put them over the top.

 
At 6/08/2005 3:41 AM, Anonymous brickowski said...

steve smith hasn't been fully functioning in the last five years.

shoals, i wasn't trying to refute anything, but yeah, i saw what you wrote. so, you're saying that duncan is larger than life, yet wracked by the very human flaw of struggling to escape his own head at the free throw line (something anyone who has played at any level can understand)?

 
At 6/08/2005 1:09 PM, Blogger Bethlehem Shoals said...

duncan is larger than life the same way that the oceans, or the continents, are. and i mean that in the most respectfully ambivalent way possible. he's somewhere in between a planet and a mountain: in the shadow of the former, mightier than the latter, and not as distinct as either.

if anyone were to ever see the freedarko boys take the court, our free throw woes would make duncan look like chauncey.

 
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