Dead Blogging The Celtics-Lakers Alley-Oops Game

Game 7 of the NBA Finals was quite possibly the least artistic basketball game (that didn’t include me) I’ve ever seen.

Who’da thunk Kobe Bryant would play his worst game of the series, and Ron Artest would play his best?

It was a game that all along felt like it would come down to the last possession.

But it didn’t.

Guy on cellphone walking past the Global Worldwide Headquarters of Campaign Outsider about 12:30 am Friday:

Ray Allen sucked, didn’t he?

Don’t you think he cost them the game?

I mean, it was one bleeped-up game.

It was something, anyway.

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4 Responses to Dead Blogging The Celtics-Lakers Alley-Oops Game

  1. Steve Stein says:

    You’ve got guys with cellphones walking past your Global Headquarters at 12:30 AM? Time to move!

    A disappointing end to a very odd series. The writing was on the wall (or rather the offensive board) all evening – sooner or later the Lakers were going to stop missing and the Celtics stop hitting. And they did.

    This series was strange to me – every game was so very different. There seemed to be no cohesive storyline.

    Ah well. Wait ’til next decade.

  2. CAvard says:

    I think it proves that longtime saying in basketball: Defense (and especially rebounding) wins championships. The Celtics rebounding in the last two games were abyssmal. I don’t need to bring up numbers to illustrate the point.

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