Bison
The eye candy doesn't change the fact that the Thunder's new
mascot is somewhere between "totally lame" and "gak."

Shaq: When asked recently whether Dwight Howard was the closest thing to Shaq since Shaq, The Big Cranky said: "No. Not at all. He's a good player. He can jump. But no. I was the type of player that they had to have secret meetings and change the rules and do all that. Probably never be another me. He's a good player, but everything he's done, I've invented. So I'm not impressed. He's a good player, a fabulous player. But for me to get my eyes wide open about another big man, he'll have to do something that I haven't seen before or something that I haven't invented." Shaq also added: "Turkoglu is probably the MVP of their team." In that light, I'm sure The Big Load really enjoyed showing Howard up at the All-Star Game. Seriously, +1 to Shaq.

But last night, however, it was +45/19/8 for Superman. Howard had a career-high 45 points to compliment his 19 rebounds and 8 blocks in leading the Orlando Magic to a 107-102 overtime victory over the Charlotte Bobcats. Stan Van Gundy, who doles out hyperbolic compliments warily and rarely, said: "Dwight was unbelievable, unbelievable. I mean phenomenal. He just put us on his back. That's leadership right there, that kind of play on the floor. It kept everyone else motivated."

According to the Elias Sports Bureau: Since the NBA started recording blocked shots for the 1973-74 season, no NBA player ever has had this many points, rebounds and blocks in the same game. Howard also tied The Big Historian's franchise record by notching his 18th straight double-double. If he breaks that record tonight in New Orleans, think Shaq will give him any credit? No, me neither.

(Oh and by the way: Everything Shaq claims to have "invented" was actually invented by Wilt Chamberlain first. Only bigger. And better. I'm just sayin'.)

Stat update: From Basketbawful reader Ruben: "Finally! Another Calvin Murphy! I've been checking the box scores for the last 6-8 weeks, and this is only the second one. (Brad Miller's near triple-double. LeBron with 14 assists and 9 rebounds on the same night doesn't really count.) Okafor got his share of history with a 14 point and 9 rebound Calvin Murphy on the same day as being dominated by Dwight's 45 and 19. Interestingly, Okafor is one of the players closest to averaging a Calvin Murphy, averaging 14/10.8. Others are: Andrew Bynum (14/8.2), Nene (14.7/8.1) and Paul Millsap (14.8/9.2). Having followed this stat so closely has made me realise how rare it is, and that we should truly celebrate this feat in all its bawful glory."

The Washington Wizards Generals: I know. They won. But coughing up a 19-point lead at home against the Minnesota Timberwolves -- who are playing without their "coulda been an All-Star" Al Jefferson -- and then eking out a 111-103 win (that was pretty close until the final minute) didn't exactly inspire me to drop the whole "Generals" shtick. Said Mike James: "We couldn't have lost this game. This was a game where we were in control most of the game -- and then in the third quarter, they rallied and made it a basketball game. We had to come out and solidify ourselves." Solid as a styrofoam rock, Mikey. Speaking of James...

Oleksiy Pecherov: From Basketbawful reader Andrei: "I'm sure that no one saw this since it came at the end of Wizards-T-Wolves game, but after Mike James hit a three towards the end of the game to put the Wizards up four, Oleg Pecherov did the Pedro Cerrano Big Balls Dance. The Wizards held on to win the game despite the premature celebration. I suppose the only question that remains is whether this should count in Big Balls Dance stats as a win considering the teams and players involved?" Good question, Andrei. Here's my roundabout answer. You know how after big-time games -- the Super Bowl, the deciding game of the NBA Finals, etc. -- somebody on the winning team always thanks God for the victory? Forget for a second that that's crazy. It could be proof that God only cares about important games that involve important players. Last night's Wolves-Wizards matchup clearly doesn't fall into that category. Ergo the Big Balls Dance Curse was not invoked. Pecherov is basically a basketball non-entity. He doesn't even warrant a stat curse.

Mike Miller: Memo to Mr. Miller: You're a shooter, not a slasher. Stick to doing what you do. Do you see me trying to be not-awesome? Exactly.


The Philadelphia 76ers: They shot 38 percent from the floor, goinked 10 free throws and fell into a 20-point hole from which they could not climb out. Meanwhile, the Pacers were dropping buckets like it was a layup drill. Indy had five players in double figures: Danny Granger (20), Troy Murphy scored (17, including 8 in the fourth quarter), Roy Hibbert (14), T.J. Ford (also 14), Jarrett Jack (12) and Marquis Daniels (11). Said Sixers coach Tony DiLeo: "They have a quick moving offense and everyone gets good opportunities. That doesn't surprise me they had so many in double figures." Surprise, no. But it should probably, I dunno, shame you a little.

The Detroit Pistons: The Pistons are descending into horror faster than the main character in a Steven King novel. And a King character would probably have more hope for the immediate future than Detroit does. Last night, the Pistons failed at home against a Milwuakee team that's playing without their two best players (Michael Redd and Andrew Bogut) and Luke Ridnour. The latest humiliation dropped them to 2-9 at the Palace in the last six weeks. They were 34-7 at home last season. Said the Not-Answer: "You are supposed to play your best basketball at home, and we obviously aren't doing that. I don't think there's any focus. It's easy to be focused when you are on the road and have 20,000 of their fans cheering against you, but you can't come home and expect your fans to win the games for you. They help, but you've got to play."

Added Pistons coach Michael Curry: "People look at this team and see three faces from the 2004 championship, but this is a different team. We've tried some things to get this team more used to playing well here, but we just aren't playing good basketball anywhere right now." Very true. But don't worry, Detroit fans. All this losing, it's all part of the plan. Just ask Joe Dumars. Anyway...

Allen Iverson: Detroit is now 23-25 since trading for the Not-Answer.

The San Antonio Spurs: Alrighty then. The Spurs have lost two in a row to the Craptors (21-34) and the Knicks (22-31). Didn't they just beat the Celtics in Boston a little over a week ago? Weird. And San Antonio's defense was dismantled by Krypto-Nate Robinson, who scored 32 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. And yes, he out-boarded everybody on the Spurs roster except Tim Duncan. Not bad for somebody who would have to take an elevator to reach four feet tall. But while Nate was playing big, another little guy was playing quite small...

Tony Parker: Coming off his woeful performance in the Skills Challenge, TP scored only 14 points on 20 shots. Two of his attempts were fed back to him by Wilson Chandler. And those stuffs were the only blocks that the Knicks recorded last night. Said Parker: "I was missing layups. I was missing everything tonight. (Nate) was making shots. He was the opposite of me."

Rumble the Bison: The Golden State Warriors had to give up their mascot for this thing? Really?! That's...great.

Tracy McGrady: Here's some breaking news that should come as a shock to nobody: Knee-Mac is done for the season. This of course contradicts previous reports indicating that McGrady has yet to play at all this season. I wonder if Kenny Smith will revise his "Rockets to win it all" prediction now? Sadly, this story is taking a pretty sinister turn...

The Houston Rockets medical staff: The doctors said he could play through the pain, that performing his basketball duties couldn't make things any worse. Now it looks like Tracy will need to undergo microfracture surgery on his left knee. If the report is true then, man, that's a pretty big mistake to make with a $100 million knee. I'm talking a mistake of career-threatening proportions. As if McGrady wasn't already a tragic figure.

Devin Harris: The Nets were thumped by the Tracy McGrady-less Rockets last night by the score of 114-88. They are now 13-23 -- a full 10 games below .500 -- since Harris said: "We knew we were going to be a playoff team." If the playoffs started today, the Nets would not be invited to the party. As a side note, Harris scored 10 points on 14 shots and finished with only 4 assists. As always, I'm just sayin'.

The Memphis Grizzlies: It's not so much the 18-point loss as this blurb I noticed in the game notes section of the AP recap: "Jarron Collins got his second start of the season and scored all of his season-high eight points in the third quarter." Seriously, who lets Jarron Collins explode for an 8-point quarter? Olden Polynice could probably come out of retirement -- make that "out of the crypt" -- and drop a double-double on these guys.

The Los Angeles Clippers: Beware the dead coach bounce! Alvin Gentry put the fun and the gun back into the Phoenix Suns, for one night at least. Against the Clippers. The 140-100 beatdown was so ugly that Skynet is currently sending an army of hunter-killer cyborgs to 1984 to keep the Clippers from moving to Los Angeles. We can only pray they succeed. The Suns scored 38 points in the first quarter. They shot 75.6 percent from the floor during the first 24 minutes. And, by the half, Phoenix had more points in the paint (50) than the Clippers had total (49). Other tidbits include: Phoenix scored a season-high 81 points in the first half and finished with a season-best 140 points; the Suns beat the Clippers by 40 points, the largest margin of victory following a coaching change in NBA history; and this was the Suns' fifth 140-point game (second in regulation) dating back to the 1995-96 season. Oh yeah, and they grabbed almost 40 more rebounds (58-21)!! The Clippers: They are who we thought they were. Speaking of which...

Zach Randolph: Z-Bo likes to fight, so much so that he once punched teammate Ruben Patterson in the face during practice. Well, some things never change, I guess, since Zach threw a fierce punch at Louis Amundson last night. I was really hoping Amundson would retaliate with a Sonic Boom or maybe a Flash Kick, but no such luck. Here's the video:


What was Zach's rationale for the attack? He claims Louis tried to kiss him. No, I'm serious. "He ran up in my face, I just got him up out of my face. He hopped up, got in my face and almost kissed me in my mouth, so I just pushed him out of my face." Pushed? Wait, it wasn't a punch, then? "If I would have hit him, he wouldn't have got up off the ground." Wow. What a tough guy. Sure, he's living in his own separate reality where "pushing" someone is done with a closed fist and everyone should fear his mighty, bone-crushing strength. But he's tough. No fifth grade girl would ever mess with him. (For the record, I'm betting David Stern will consider that "push" a "punch.")

Amundson's take: "Basically, he just threw me down when I was going for a rebound. I was on the floor and could feel him on top of me, kind of like stepping on me -- I don't know what he was trying to do. So I got up, and I was pretty upset about the whole situation, got in his face, then he did what he did. I'm not going to back down from anybody. I don't care who you are in this league. I was getting in his face, but I wasn't trying to kiss him." Sorry, Zach. No man love for you.

The Atlanta Hawks: They held Kobe Bryant to a season-low 10 points on 4-for-12 shooting...and lost by 13 in L.A. They probably should have tried to keep an eye on Pau Gasol (12 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists) and Lamar Odom (15 points, 20 boards) too. And shot better than 36 percent while they were at it. That probably would have helped.

Update! More from Wild Yams: "I just wanted to post a bit about last night's "effort" by the Hawks, because today's writeup didn't fully capture how miserable they were. Not only were they outrebounded 67-39, but they also gave up 28 offensive rebounds (two short of a Laker franchise record). In addition, Pau Gasol had a triple-double before the 3rd quarter ended, the Hawks got some really favorable road cookin' with a 28-10 FTA advantage, and still the game was such a blowout Gasol and Bryant didn't play at all in the fourth quarter. The final score didn't reflect how uncompetitive the game was, as the Lakers led by 21 with less than 2 minutes to play. The Lakers actually came out slow to start the night and trailed 24-15 before going on a 50-18 run that stretched from the 1st quarter through the 3rd to put the game well out of reach. It was eerily similar to what happened the last time Atlanta played the Lakers at Staples center almost a year ago to the day, when LA had a 56-16 run against the Hawks to give them a 41 point first half lead. Maybe Atlanta needs to look into finding a different hotel to stay at when visiting Los Angeles? Really, when Pau Gasol has more assists than any three players on the other team combined, you know it was bad."

Update! Mario West: Basketbawful reader Dana nominated the following rather fantastic smother chicken of Mario "The Mario" West for a WotN. And rightfully so. By the way, almost seven minutes of PT for Mario? You know it's a blowout when...


Kobe Bryant: Mamba filled Luke Walton's jock strap with Ben-Gay. It was a painful discovery, but Luke was still mildly relieved. He asked, semi-hopefully, "Is that it?" Kobe replied: "Wait for it...waaaaait for it." Then an anvil fell on Luke.

Lacktion Report: I can tell you one thing about Chris: Lacktion is his business, and business is good.

Sixers-Pacers: Marreese Speights' ability to deliver a negatory statline is rather underrated, with a non-clutch suck differential of +3 in 2:06 consisting of a brick and two fouls.

Spurs-Knicks: Madison Square Garden hosted an 8-bit overtime game, as San Antonio's Ime Udoka and New York's Anthony Roberson became opposing-team Mario Brothers (45 and 41 seconds respectively), though Ime apparently had a fireflower along the way via successfully blasting it once from downtown.

Bucks-Pistons: As predicted in the original WOTD definition, Dan Gadzuric racked up a Voskuhl once more! Tonight he produced a Madsen-level Voskuhl of 1:0 (one foul and two bricks against nothing positive) that also racked him a +3 in 2:59.

Grizzlies-Jazz: Quinton Ross shouldn't worry anymore about his investments in this down economy, as he filled his coffers with a three trillion for Memphis! Utah's Kyrylo Fesenko was out of his brain in 5:15 with a bit of a Voskuhl at 3:2, three fouls against two made free throws.

Hawks-Lakers: Thomas Gardner spent 5:04 of forgettable floor time for Atlanta earning a +2 via bricks.
Shawn Marion: From flohtingPoint: "I find it a bit funny that Marion, someone who already deals with a huge inferiority complex, has been traded for not one, but two washed up O'Neals." 'Nuff said.

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35 Comments:
Anonymous Anonymous said...
The mascot kinda resembles the gal on the left

Blogger Cortez said...
"The doctors said he could play through the pain, that performing his basketball duties couldn't make things any worse. Now it looks like Tracy will need to undergo microfracture surgery on his left knee."

I'd bet the doctors said the second part about making it worse. I'm certain the first part about "he can play through the pain", is made up or misquoted.

In the larger frame it's all really irrelevant anyway. McGrady's inabliity to win stems from something far greater than his (very real) knee pain.

It's in his nature to be a soft cupcake in the clutch of games that matter. Just like his buttersoft cousin.

Blogger Cortez said...
In fact, I'm pretty sure they didn't say playing on his injured knee couldn't make it any worse.

That is, in all liklihood, the misrepresentation of the actual medical opinion by some dumbass reporter who figures McGrady should cripple himself for the team.

That statement defies everything the medical establishment knows about tissue injury and inflammation injuries.

Blogger BadDave said...
Even the voice-over of the "Thunder Bison" video seemed bored and incredulous at such a ridiculous idea.

And that damn Bison is the bastard child of the menage-a-trois of Teenwolf, Chewbacca and Schmoo.

My capcha has his real name: ungwarif. Bloargh!

P.S. I know it's college, but about damn time Purdue won a meaningful game.

Anonymous Baguete said...
The mascot looks like Miss Piggy, from the Muppet Show... only like it's bizarro version...

Blogger Nick Noyes said...
that mascot is putrid. Its a shame because theres a TON of potential in a buffalo mascot.

Blogger Basketbawful said...
Cortez -- The doctors said McGrady could best get back to full strength by playing. In fact, according to this story: "Dr. James Andrews could be considered relatively definitive news, even though Andrews concurred with Rockets doctors that McGrady will have to play his sore left knee back to full strength."

And this story, which refers to Andrews as "renowned orthopedist James Andrews," said: "The team said Andrews confirmed the initial medical assessment by team doctor Tom Clanton that McGrady is suffering from general soreness in the knee. ... He said Andrews reassured him that he won't need more surgery."

Just FYI.

Anonymous Shayan said...
I can't believe you busted out the name of Olden Polynice!!! That sir, is damn impressive.

Anonymous AK Dave said...
Dwight was one measly rebound away from Animal Stylin' last night... he scored 45- couldn't he have missed on purpose and gotten that extra board? Come on Dwight, you're KILLING me man.

Blogger Wild Yams said...
With the usual recovery time for microfracture surgery being something like 18 months before a player is generally fully rehabbed, does this mean that McGrady is not only done for this season but for most of next as well? Yikes.

I just wanted to post a bit about last night's "effort" by the Hawks, because today's writeup didn't fully capture how miserable they were. Not only were they outrebounded 67-39, but they also gave up 28 offensive rebounds (two short of a Laker franchise record). In addition, Pau Gasol had a triple-double before the 3rd quarter ended, the Hawks got some really favorable "road cookin'" with a 28-10 FTA advantage, and still the game was such a blowout Gasol and Bryant didn't play at all in the 4th quarter. The final score didn't reflect how uncompetitive the game was, as the Lakers led by 21 with less than 2 minutes to play. The Lakers actually came out slow to start the night and trailed 24-15 before going on a 50-18 run that stretched from the 1st quarter through the 3rd to put the game well out of reach. It was eerily similar to what happened the last time Atlanta played the Lakers at Staples center almost a year ago to the day, when LA had a 56-16 run against the Hawks to give them a 41 point first half lead. Maybe Atlanta needs to look into finding a different hotel to stay at when visiting Los Angeles?

Really, when Pau Gasol has more assists than any three players on the other team combined, you know it was bad.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
is it me or does this scrub look a bit like Rumble?

http://moviehawk.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/05/kweller.png

Blogger Drake said...
Wild Yams:

How did your Pedro Cerrano video get into the same company as "The Evolution of Dance"? It's right there, on the 'related videos' sidebar.

Anyhoo, wouldn't the Rockets have been better off sending Knee-Mac to the Phoenix Sun's physicians and pay them extra so they wouldn't to bash in a conference rival player's knee, Tonya Harding style? I mean, those physicians actually have a track record for getting players back to decent playing condition after debilitating injuries. Unlike, say, almost every other team's physician.

Blogger manic said...
Watching the Suns vs Paper-Clips game last night brought a smile to my horrible looking face. Its amazing how different a team can look when deferent offensive philosophies are put into action.

Im sad to see KneeMac go down, that means no more WOTN for him the rest of the season. Excuse me while I go jump out of this window....

Anonymous Dana said...
two things.
First of all, Chris Mihm deserves a WotN and/or Laction mention. He was ABOMINABLE last night. Also, I think Mario West deserves mention for having his layup annihilated in the following fashion. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0N5D728RkE

Blogger Cortez said...
"Dr. James Andrews could be considered relatively definitive news, even though Andrews concurred with Rockets doctors that McGrady will have to play his sore left knee back to full strength."

Followed by...

"The team said Andrews confirmed the initial medical assessment by team doctor Tom Clanton that McGrady is suffering from general soreness in the knee. ... He said Andrews reassured him that he won't need more surgery."

Followed by...

"Now it looks like Tracy will need to undergo microfracture surgery on his left knee."

I wonder if Doc. Andrews "renowned" status is going to be revoked?

More importantly, did the brilliant doc examine McGrady himself or did he evaluate the medical materials & opinions of the Rockets team doctors? I'll bet the latter.

Like you said, that one hell of a misdiagnosis!

In any event, like I said before, that fruit could have a six million dollar bionic knee implanted. He still would be looking at an early exit.

He's soft.

Blogger flohtingPoint said...
I'll miss the day when the media finally becomes Shaqtose intolerant. The guy just says too many dumb things to be anything but entertaining.

Yea, I read the comment about Dwight a while back from The Big Malignance and had a bit of a chuckle about it. This was a guy, who a while back proclaimed Amare to be the future of the NBA (I wound up having to trade STAT in NBA Live 04 because that sound byte from Mike Fratello used to drive me insane) when, in truth, Amare might not even be the future of the Phoenix Suns...

Ah well, Dwight may never be like Shaq, but I'm sure that Howard knows that 4 out of 4 is better than 3 out of 4, unlike The Big Shaqtistician.

Anonymous DKH said...
Not to pile on the Clippers, but they also allowed Goran Dragic a stat line including 12 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 assists. And two of those points came when Dragic ran uncontested from the 3-point line to the hoop and dunked it.

That Suns game was the most fun to watch all season.

Blogger flohtingPoint said...
http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=3915854

Surprise, surprise, Greg O(l)den is having more knee problems. Makes you kinda wonder how a guy with legs like House was able to play as well as he did in college.

The only kind of injury you really heard about during his time at Ohio State was the wrist/hand problem. The guy pretty much went from his 25/12 and 4 blocks performance in the national title game to a microfracture a short while after the draft (which meant that he'd been deal with knee problems for quite some time). They must have had some badass cortisone shots in the Buckeye locker room.

Blogger Clifton said...
Call me crazy, but maybe a switch to a more Euro game would benefit Dragic. Not that I'm claiming his stat line last night as proof of this... it occurred to me just now, is all. Unfortunately, I'd figure that this switch also spells (more) trouble for Robin Lopez.

And how about Sweet Louuuuuuuuuuu baiting Z-Bo into what will almost certainly be at least a 2-game suspension? What was funny was when Lou originally hit the floor, he was content to let it slide at first. It wasn't until he felt Randolph's shoes touch his head that he realized Randolph wanted to mix it up some more, and THEN he hopped up and was ready to go.

So, no Camby tonight (probably) and no Z-Bo. I hope they give Lou his first start.

Anonymous Axel Foley said...
Knee-mac in done. He should just save himself the embarrassment skip the comeback attempt and go straight to the retirement part.

Blogger chris said...
Axel Foley: Well hey, Grant Hill was someone who seemed like he should've given up the comeback, and...here he is, still in the NBA.

Then again, so are the convalescing Sam Cassell and Dikembe Mutumbo.

---
BREAKING SNOOZE:
John Salmons, the former trillionaire champion that he is...and Scrappy Doo have been TRADED:
http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/sports/kings/archives/019745.html

Blogger Zonker said...
The Thunder mascot ain't that bad...Looks like they took the Big Foot hairy costume of the Sonics mascot and just put a Bison head instead.

Anonymous AK Dave said...
Zonker-

HIS NAME WAS SQUATCH!!!! Just pour a little salt on the wound, why don't you!

Blogger Ry said...
This isn't bawful, it's mind-blowingly, offensively atrocious. Still isn't as bad as that pic of "thug-life" Wally World. Damn you, Bawful.

Anonymous JJ said...
you could add, that no fifth grade girl (or any other girl on this planet) would try to kiss zach randolph.
i mean, seriously, look at him.

Blogger chris said...
Zonker: But he can't dunk:

http://deadspin.com/5155826/oklahoma-citys-proactive-mascot-just-doesnt-get-it

Blogger chris said...
So is Not-Answer like Samson, losing his powers over a haircut? Great due dilligence, Detroit, if that were the case:
http://nba.fanhouse.com/2009/02/18/video-allen-iversons-famous-haircut/

Anonymous Arlen said...
The bison mascot *is* that bad, especially because it looks like the ex-sonice sasquatch (who was bad ass). Its basically a big 'hey seattle! we are also going to screw over your old mascot costume for fun'

It looks like they took the sasquatch getup and asked the southpark guys to design a f'd up looking head for it. Honestly I wouldn't be surprised to find out if Trey Parker was in charge of the design.

And yes, the new mascot is bigger news that KneeMac's disclosure about surgery.

BTW, we need some morrison in the Mamba stories. Although I think Adam is so soft that even Mamba would feel bad about harking on him, since he probably tears up too easily (especially because he'll start to tear up, then vujacic will tear up, then adam seeing vujacic tear up will cause him to tear up more, resulting in group hugs and walton lending them his manboobs for cuddling [thats why he wears a large undershirt during games, to hide the manzeer)

Anonymous AK Dave said...
The huge head and skinny body on that ugly ass mascot reminds me a little bit of the King (the BK King, that is) and his creepy huge head and perma-smile.

Except that the King is badass, and this lame-ass Squatch/King mutation misses dunks.

Anonymous Martin said...
I thought the caption read "Somewhere between 'totally lame' and 'gnu'."

Anonymous eej said...
"Thunder rescinds trade for Tyson Chandler" reads the Tulsa World headline. That's gotta suck ass to have to take back Chris Wilcox and Joe Smith. Maybe someone will just kick Scotty Brooks in the balls, or this could be payback for Clay Bennett. Sonics fans everywhere are rejoicing.

Blogger Shiv said...
I agree with Baguete. The first thing I thought on seeing the mascot was, "Ms. Piggy?!"

And Mike Miller OBVIOUSLY doesn't read basketbawful but should (which goes without saying). He had the same thing done to him against the Heat tonight...

Blogger Zonker said...
JJ: Come on, anybody, man or woman, would get the hotties for Zach once they see his Valentines post card (featured on this blog sometime ago). Dude is freakin holding a flower pot in his hand, how cute is that? Hinting of his gentler side.

Chris, AK Dave: The whole mascot thing just proves how ill-conceived the whole relocation was. I spent 5 years in Seattle area, so I feel your pain guys (apologies for not being able to recall Squatch last night, it was really late, time difference and all)

Anonymous Mick Dundee said...
600 dollars an hour. Jesus Christ.

http://thunder-nba.com/rumble/booking.php

Blogger Lord Kerrance said...
Shiv -- at least he was driving from the opposite side this time. What made it more amusing was he did the exact same stop-and-drop-to-the-knee thing he did the other night. It's no Kobe flail, but the nagain, Mike MIller is no Kobe.

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