Could be worse. It could be The Magic Hour.
My fellow gamers should be happy to hear this new rumor: Michael Jordan might be on the cover of NBA 2K11
, and possibly even may be featured as a playable character. Or maybe this just means new features in a team ownership mode where you can draft scrubs like Kwame Brown and sign Larry Hughes while gambling and smoking cigars on a golf course.
Speaking of Jordan, Rajon Rondo hasn't really ever seen him play. According to this superb interview
(h/t Jonah Keri
for the link), he never was a fan of the NBA when he was younger. In fact, he grew up in Louisville only an hour and a half from Indianapolis (like me) and never once went to see them play a single game in person (also like me) However, he found he enjoyed basketball more than other sports and was really good at it (unlike me), so he made the NBA his goal because he knew that was the highest level of basketball. Wouldn't you rather be in the NBA rather than playing in the D-League or overseas, even if it means being Adam Morrison? (Okay, bad example, not even Adam Morrison wants to be Adam Morrison.)Worst of the Night in Pictures: I'm surprised they didn't slap Glen Davis with the first-ever quadruple technical foul or something for this Hey refs, can you go ahead and "T" up Vag Carter next game just because? Thanks in advance!All The Games:Suns at Lakers
- TNT, 9:00pmSeries tied 2-2
The Lakers have won seven straight Game 5 home games. However, the Suns have Barkley's-colossal-ass-running-downhill momentum, and their zone defense is melting the Spanish Marshmallow Pau Gasol. (Mmm... melted marshmallows
...) Lakers home-court means they get some mojo back and a little friendlier refereeing, but this should be a high-intensity game.
Labels: Bawful After Dark, Boston Celtics, Kwame Brown, Larry Hughes, Los Angeles Lakers, Orlando Magic, Phoenix Suns