28 February 2009
Karl Malone, John Stockton, David Stern, and many others should be at the game tonight. We love you Larry.
SSHHHHHHHH! don't tell anyone I can't play anymore. It seems as though Bobby Jackson has been in the league since the merger. Udrih is hurt, so Bobby will get the nod.
I guarantee a win tonight. There is no possible way that Utah Jazz lose this game.
First, this game could be called the second Larry Miller game. The Jazz will play the kings following the funeral of the late Larry Miller. Emotions will be very very intense.
Second, the Kings are horrible on the road. They have the second worst road record in the league at 4-27 and they only have one player that could hurt us (Kevin Martin).
Third, the crowd should be pretty rowdy and full since the game is on a Saturday night. When the Jazz win it will be the first time in twelve years that the Utah Jazz have swept the season series.
Fourth, the Kings are the worst rebounding team in the league. The Jazz should out rebound them by at least 20 rebounds I say somewhere around 51 31 total rebounds.
Utah Jazz win 113-89
If gambling were legal I would still take the 17 points the Jazz are giving. Unbelievable.
Bill Simmons backs me up on the salary cap issues (he has the inside scoop, it is here).
Thank you Milwaukee, TTTSNBN, and most of all, thank you to the Los Angeles Lakers for laying over and dying last night.
Milwaukee had the Hornets on the Ropes and gave up a last second tip in.
TTTSNBN gave up a five point lead to Dallas with about 30 seconds left.
The Lakers pulled a Nuggets think (Playoffs 2008) and didn't show up. The Lakers shot 29.8% from the floor including 9.5% from three, yes 9.5%. Thank you for losing the gimme. Reason #43 why I hate the Los Angeles Lakers.
President Obama attended the Chicago Bulls Game last night in DC.
What if NBA Coaches were given two technicals fouls to call on/give Refs, here is the result.