...I will do a Worst of the Night post for the two conference finals Game 6s. But I would need at least 30 comments asking for them to go back and do it. Let me know.

Update! The people have spoken. Expect a belated WotN: Game 6 edition tomorrow morning.
63 Comments:
Anonymous kin said...
Yes, I love those. Thank you.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
do it

Blogger chris said...
I'd laugh if you did the Conference Final Worsties (Game 6 Edition) in the voice of Red Auerbach. :D

Anonymous Hellshocked said...
Fuck that. Enjoy your break.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
do it

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Do it do it!!!

Anonymous AK Dave said...
Do it.

Also: Paul Pierce describes Ron Artest: “He likes to bang you,” Pierce said Monday, “grab you, hold you, pull your shorts down. He’s going to try anything.”

Sounds bromancerific. Let the gay wrestling match begin!

Blogger Batz said...
do it!

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Go for it.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
yes please!

word verification: Eachian, an antonym to synergistic, as in a team whose individualistic players prevent it from being more than the sum of its parts

Blogger Basebawful said...
Do the worsties. I approve

Blogger Ash said...
I'd like one. But that's because you generally make me laugh.

If it's a hassle, don't bother. I'm sure there will be plenty of Bawful come Thursday night.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
yes please!

Blogger Dooj said...
does it have to be 30 different commenters?

Blogger -Josh said...
Seriously, the worst of the night is the highlight of my morning routine. Get up, go to work, read the worst of the night while I figure out what I'm doing that day. I was so lost this morning ...

Blogger Adam said...
You know you want it. We do too.

Blogger Dan B. said...
While I would enjoy reading your take on the weekend's games, I also thoroughly approve of taking a mini-vacation. I'd offer to help with writing the WOTN, but I didn't get to see the entire game in both cases, and I think I have subconsciously blocked out the memory of the Suns game. Other than the part near the end of the 3rd quarter when the commentators pointed out that STATUE only had three fucking rebounds the entire game. That will be forever imprinted deep inside my brain, no matter how hard I try to forget...

Blogger Jeremy Bowers said...
I would love a WOTN from game 6.

Blogger Nicole said...
A thousand times yes. Please.

Blogger chris said...
Two words for Game 6:

NATE ROBINSON.

Okay, three.

OBEY YOUR THIRST.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
do it.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
do it or Artest will sleep with you tonight

Anonymous mike said...
PLEASE YES!!!!

Blogger Big D said...
Keep the Suns as a Schroedinger's Playoff Team. Don't write that post...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
do it. DO IT NOW

Anonymous Fundefined said...
just do it

Anonymous treemeister said...
Do it! You can't let Vagsanity get off easy!

Anonymous Anonymous said...
take a break mate

Blogger thomas said...
What the hell man I need this in my life bro-bro.

Make it!!!!

Anonymous Anonymous said...
DO IT, SON!!

Blogger Bugg said...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmUZGdi7Ty4

Anonymous Czernobog said...
While I would love a WOTN for the 6's, I can definitely undersand and appreciate your reasons for not writing one.

Enjoy your mini-vacation, dude.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
yes

Anonymous ReaderM said...
Please and Thank you for our selfishness ^_^

Blogger Jonny said...
yes please

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Yes please! I love your posts!

Anonymous Anonymous said...
dooooo iiiiiiit

Anonymous Alacrity said...
yes, please do it.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Do it. Immediately.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
do it

Anonymous Anonymous said...
21st!

Anonymous Anonymous said...
do it!

Anonymous Simon said...
do it

Blogger Owenator said...
please do it, you are awesome

Blogger Paul said...
Worst of the Night!

In the words of Starsky

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmUZGdi7Ty4

DO IT, JUST DO IT.

Blogger Jason D said...
That would be awesome, Mr. Bawful.

Lovin the Lakers/Celtics history things your doing. Learning a lot about the teams I didn't know before (only 18) but I'm afraid when it comes to 2010, it will be Celtics fail and not Laker fail.

Go Lakers, woo!

Anonymous Chainsaw with a urge to dance said...
Of course we want you to do it! Why do you thin we're here?! =D

Anonymous Anonymous said...
You gotta do it. How can you exclude the elimination games?

BTW, if it's not too much to ask, you should also make a post about the awards given out (MVP, DPOY, etc.)

Anonymous chucky said...
you gotta say something about junior microwave, the easy bake oven nate robinson

Blogger Quinton said...
(CSI Miami style)- Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

Blogger BadDave said...
You knew what would happen before you posted. Everyone one loves hard work.

Correction: everyone loves OTHER people's hard work.

Blogger Wild Yams said...
I'm cool with you taking a break (even though it looks like you're gonna have to do it now), but rather than the reposts, I'd just prefer one entry sit up there while we wait for the Finals to start so that we can have a consistent discussion in the comments between now and then.

Speaking of the Finals, I must be the world's biggest homer but I'm beginning to feel good about LA's chances, in spite of their uninspiring performance against Phoenix. I'm just thinking that with HCA, with Artest to guard Pierce this time (instead of Vlad Ramanovic and Luke Walton), without James Posey to put on Kobe, with Perkins almost certain to miss a game due to suspension (no way he doesn't get T'd up at some point), and with Bynum's presence meaning KG will guard Gasol instead of Perkins, I think LA has got a great shot. Additionally, it sounds like there's a bunch of nagging injuries with Boston. I'll say this: I think whichever team wins Game 1 will win it all.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Yams- I'm pretty sure everyone thinks you are the biggest homer.

Bawful- Thanks for the hard work... or for your labor of love.

do you need donations?

Blogger Sid said...
Look forward to it. Two of the biggest douche teams are in the finals, one knocked the lovable Suns out and the other is full of guys I hate/you love. The offseason would be ample break time.

Blogger Wild Yams said...
Anon - I hope that's not the case, I like to think I'm not too blinded by the team I root for to still be honest in my assesments. You'll notice I'm not making any bold predictions about the Finals. I think LA's got a good chance, but Boston's a hell of a team that's been playing great, while the Lakers have been feasting on small teams they matched up great against. I think the Lakers will have to play pretty flawless to win, and that's why I said in last week's comments that I guessed Boston would win it all. As a Laker fan, I hope I'm wrong.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
I'm saying do it...I would like a little salt rubbed into my wounds from that game 6 on Saturday. Dead serious!

Anonymous Anonymous said...
BLOOOOG MEEEEE

Anonymous Czernobog said...
Yams, I think it all comes down to Rondo's Health. The Lakers have been having trouble with quick PGs all season, and Rondo Has dominated most of the post-season. If he's in real game shape for the Lakers they'll have no answer for him.

If not, I'd say it's all up for grabs.

Blogger Wild Yams said...
Czernobog - Its possible that Rondo may be the second, or even third, best point guard the Lakers have faced in these playoffs. They did fine against Deron Williams (probably the best PG in the game), and did OK against Nash and Westbrook. Facing Rondo I don't think will be a big shock for LA, though it will be interesting to see how Phil decides to play him.

Blogger AnacondaHL said...
Big D - The box has been opened. We're now all gassed by radioactive LAL-BOS material. Oh and our cat is dead. =(

Anonymous Czernobog said...
It's true that overall Rondo isn't as good a PG as Williams or Nash, but it's the style of play I'm talking about.

Williams and Nash are very good shooters and passers, but neither of them gets to the rim as often or as willingly as Rondo. And neither of them are nearly as quick.

Blogger Wild Yams said...
I expect to see Kobe guarding Rondo a lot in this series, similar to how Kobe guarded Westbrook in the First Round, though mainly that will be because Fisher will be better equipped to chase Ray Allen around all those screens. Rondo may still go nuts, but Kobe's size, length and quickness probably make him the best option for guarding Rondo.

On the other end of the floor, however, Boston will be guarding Kobe with players smaller than Kobe is (Ray Allen and Tony Allen are one and two inches shorter than Kobe, respectively), and Kobe tends to do better against shorter defenders. This is where Boston is really going to miss James Posey, IMO.

:with big puppy eyes: pls pls pls

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