Monday, March 28, 2011

Bawful After Dark: March 28, 2011

20110327-mark-cuban"Heh. Hehe. Haha. Haha! HAHA! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!"

Not much time to work with today. However, that doesn't mean I don't have time to post this GIF (via David Matthews):

Get that weak shit out of here, Pokey!

Worst of the Night in Pictures:

20110325-demar-derozanWhen both the NBA and NFL are locked out next year, DeMar DeRozan will make some extra money as a punter when the NFL resorts to using replacement players

20110325-stan-van-gundy"Why the hell did we get Turkoglu again??"



20110325-ron-artestI may not like Ron Artest, but damnit, he makes my life more interesting

lolMike D'Antoni and LOL Guy: Separated at birth?

Nationally Televised Games:
76ers at Bulls, NBA TV, 8pm: Can we all just agree that discussing the MVP-worthiness of Derrick Rose is just plain getting old? Next topic, please!

All The Other Games:
Celtics at Pacers, 7pm: Please please PLEASE tell me Rondo's going to come back from his finger injury and break out of his scoring slump. Watching Rondo play this poorly is leaving me feeling as depressed as the characters in this cartoon.

Bucks at Bobcraps, 7pm: Speaking of depressing, neither of these teams could score if the rim was the size of Shaq's, Oliver Miller's, Charles Barkley's, and Tractor Traylor's combined asses. And yet they are both fighting to make the Leastern Conference playoffs. Sigh.

Magic at Knicks, 7:30pm: When I look at the Knicks' stats and see they are 1-9 in their last 10 games, I have to check the calendar to make sure I haven't accidentally traveled back in time to the golden age of Isiah Thomas destroying that organization.

Frail Blazers at Spurs, 8:30pm: Duncan's banged up, Ginobili's hurt, the Spurs have dropped three straight... I know, they're deep, Pops is a great coach, they're a smart and efficient team, but still, anyone else getting a little nervous?

Wizards Generals at Jazz, 9pm: The Generals have lost damn near every game on the road this year, and have a 1-9 record in their last ten games. What's Flip Saunders' professional analysis of the situation? "We're not good enough." Okay then.

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