The Choice (and remember, death is not an option): The
Except for Miami, of course. The
And that junior varsity isn't good enough to beat San Antonio's junior varsity.
No, really. Nobody. Some guy named de Colo. Oh, and
The Bulls committed 19 turnovers. The Spurs turned those into 29 points. The Bulls allowed the Spurs to hit half their three-pointers. Like the Bulls don't know that the Spurs have been known to live on three-pointers to spread the floor so Parker and Ginobli drive to the hoop where Duncan does his magic.
Only the Bulls didn’t face Parker, Ginobili or Duncan. They faced some guy named Neal from Australia. I think he’s from Australia, or maybe Neal from Australia is a caller to the Score. Whatever and whoever, that guy had 16 points off the bench, more than any Bulls starter except
OK, so maybe the first game back from a long road trip is a traditional loser. But the Bulls were facing a chump lineup similar to the one that cost the Spurs a quarter-of-a-million earlier this season. Now,
But it doesn’t matter. It’s the NBA regular season. It’s as useless as playing in the Eastern Conference. I believe
If he didn’t, he should. He should move the Heat to the West and move Sacramento to the East, and just like that, the NBA would have a mercy setup where one of the sad teams in the East is guaranteed to make the
Stop the charade. End the fantasy. There was a lot of yammering last week about
I mean, have you seen him play lately? He is shooting a mind-boggling percentage while threatening a triple-double every night. He seems to pick a quarter to take over, and there's your ballgame.
Oh, and by the way, James can defend any opposing player who needs defending. No, not just defend -- shut down. That goes for any position 1-5.
James has gotten better. The best player in the world, the one who obliterated Rose from the playoffs in 2011, has gotten better after getting his first title.
Wise up, Chicago. The only reason somebody would talk optimistically about the Bulls' chances to beat the Heat is because that person found some weapons-grade marijuana.
Now you know what it was like being a Knicks fan in the 1990s. Anybody can beat anybody in the Eastern Conference playoffs, but nobody can beat Miami.