I thought Dwyane Wade was supposed to be a snazzy dresser?
(stephanie g brings us an explanation: "Detective Wade is on the case, starring in a '40s style film noir. Can he find his missing team mates, fend off the Boston mob all the while not succumbing to the mysterious femme fatale? They could call it...actually, The Miami Heat would work surprisingly well.")
Very short on time today. Apologies for the briefness of this post. But at least I have a valid excuse. There is, however, no excuse for this jersey foul.
The past 24 hours have been great for NBA people swearing on live national television. Behold:
Insightful analysis from the TNT crew
You're new to this, aren't you, Lawrence Frank?
(The best part of Frank's foul language escapades this morning? It gives us an excuse to have the Charles Barkley clip in two consecutive posts. It gets funnier each time I watch it, so this has to be a good thing.)
Worst of the Night in Pictures:
D-Wade and Q-Rich recreate the scene where Ty Webb puts his arm around Judge Smails near the end of Caddyshack
Does Al Horford have a second job as a pimp? It looks like he's used to keeping bitches in line
Man, Mike Woodson looks pissed
I understand your pain, Scott
Alvin Gentry's response when we asked him if he wanted to watch last night's Heat/Celtics game
All The Games: Bobcats at Magic - TNT, 7:00pm Magic lead series 1-0
Dwight Howard and Vince Carter were both up in the middle of the night before Game 1 of this series. They were calling and texting each other, overanxious for the start of the playoffs. Vag Carter says no more late-night chats before games. He laughed and said "I try to sleep some times." During games, obviously.
Spurs at Mavericks - TNT, 9:30pm Mavericks lead series 1-0
I picked up a milk carton and saw Richard Jefferson, George Hill, Keith Bogans, and Roger Mason's game all on the "Missing" section. (How did they fit all of that on there?) If found, please alert Gregg Popovich. Thanks.