Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker, both hampered by extreme gayness, sat out of the Spurs’ win over the Knicks
The Lakers continued their early season dominance, rallying in the second half to beat the Mavericks 106-99 and improve their perfect record to 6-0. Bored by that? Me too.
Perhaps more impressive — or at least more surprising — is that the young Hawks are the NBA’s only other unbeaten team. Al Horford scored a career-high 27 points to go with 17 rebounds and six blocks as Atlanta fended off the Bulls 113-108. Even Mike Bibby (who is terrible) wasn’t terrible, scoring 22 points with some clutch three-point shooting to kill a Bulls rally.
Elsewhere in the Association: LeBron dropped 40+ for the third time in four games as the Cavs won their fifth straight. Keep doing that, Bron, and you’ll never get real teammates… Allen Iverson went off for 30 points and nine dimes against the Kings to help Detroit to its first win in the AI era (see video after the jump)… Some other games happened. Jumping, dribbling, etc. You know the drill.