I wonder what kind of tacos? Are they part of the Taco Bell NBA Box?
The "Drew Gooden dunks all over Steven Esparza's head" picture caption is just the icing on the cake. Not to mention the article itself has nothing to do with the Clippers.
When I checked my e-mail this afternoon, I read through my daily NBA.com newsletter, and was greeted by comedy of the highest level:
The day I go to a D-League game specifically to see draft bust Hasheem Thabeet is the day I give up on life.
Worst of the Night in Pictures:
Nationally Televised Games:
Warriors at Magic: If the Pumaman can't drop a double-double on this shell of a Warriors team...
Also, per Chris: "So despite the Heat's recent suckiness, the Warriors blew their chance at a rare road win by enacting one of the most bawful late-game possessions (2:13 in this video recap) I have ever seen. I'm not expecting Team Nellieball to shock the world again, not when they have six times as many road losses as they do wins away from East Oakland!"
All The Other Games:
76ers at Hawks: Hey, did you know Allen Iverson isn't playing the rest of the season? Seriously. I know, it hasn't been all over the news or anything!
Bobcats at Celtics: The Bobcats have a very good chance of playing well in this game since, you know, it's not against the Nyets. Speaking of whom...
Crabs at : Aaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahaha!
Pistons at Bricks: Oof. This game is ugly. Sam Cassel ugly.
Grizzlies at Hornets: Both of these teams are in ugly funks right now. The good news for Memphis? They aren't playing at home where they've lost seven straight games.
Bullets at Bucks: For reasons I cannot even begin to understand, Washington somehow has Milwaukee's number this season and has beaten them twice. Doesn't that just defy any and all logic? Thank God the John Salmons Era has rejuvenated the Bucks, which also defies logic.
Timberwolves at Mavericks: Per Chris: "Minnesota has 47 losses, Dallas has 40 wins. Unstoppable force meets eminently clotheslinable object."
Kings at Rockets: Carl Landry revenge game versus Discount Store revenge game. Who wins? The fans, that's who.
Thunder at Nuggets: An excellent Western Conference matchup. It's a shame the Thunder won't have fresh legs, but then again they played the Purple Paupers last night, so it can't be too bad.
Pacers at Frail Blazers: The Pacers on the road on the second night of a back-to-back? Oh, my. (Sorry, BadDave)
Suns at Clippers: ...This reeks of trap game implications for some reason.