Chris sent me an e-mail this afternoon alerting me to this recent development: Detroit's population has dropped to 713,777. This means Detroit is now smaller than Louisville. (Okay, partially because Louisville redefined its city limits several years ago to make it seem bigger. Whatever.) So now my question is, why the hell don't I have an NBA team yet?
The continuing failures of the Toronto Craptors: Per Scott Carefoot, "In February and March, Bargnani has played 19 games and 716 minutes but only blocked 6 shots. 'That's a 7-footer, ladies and gentlemen!' "
Also worth reading: the continuing failures of Agent Zero.
Worst of the Night in Pictures:
Seriously, what the hell is going on with Landry Fields?
Nationally Televised Games:
Bulls at Hawks, TNT, 8pm: Oh, just what I want to watch. A tired Bulls team on the second night of a back-to-back versus a Hawks team in the middle of its usual springtime mediocrityfest.
Suns at Lakers, TNT, 10:30pm: Andrew Bynum's on the second night of his suspension. Why do game previews make a big deal out of this? You'd think the Lakers would be used to playing without Bynum for extended periods of time by now.
All The Other Games: