I meant to post this video last week and then I forgot, because I just did, okay dad? Anyway, this is the kind of scrappy, heads up squeeze bunt that would make Tony La Russa proud. Also, when I first watched it, I thought it was from a little league game and I was like, “Holy sh*t, that’s the biggest child I’ve ever seen!” That would have been funny. Comedy.
Game 6: Knicks at Celtics – 7 PM ET on ESPN
Game 6: Pacers at Hawks – 7 PM ET on ESPN 2
Game 6: Clippers at Grizzlies – 9:30 PM ET on ESPN 2
Game 6: Thunder at Rockets – 9:30 PM ET on ESPN
How on Earth have the NBA owners, especially of the teams like the Pacers and Hawks, not complained about this sh*tty scheduling practice for the NBA Playoffs? Does David Stern expect any casual NBA fans like myself to actually watch the Pacers and Hawks at any point other than during commercials? Why the hell does ESPN even agree to this? Is it seriously out of the realm of possibility to spread these four games out so they just overlap slightly instead of completely cock-blocking each other? I mean, I know the NBA is the epitome of a league that endorses major market worship from fans across the country, but if more kids were actually forced to watch the teams that don’t have superstars, then new interest could be drummed up in players we don’t talk about very much.
I don’t know, maybe I’m just really high right now and don’t know it.
Game 2: Islanders at Penguins – 7 PM ET on NBC Sports
Game 2: Senators at Canadiens – 7 PM ET on CNBC
Game 2: Wild at Blackhawks – 9:30 PM ET on NBC Sports
Game 2: Sharks at Canucks – 10 PM ET on CNBC
Sorry, I have to cut this short to go get my new tattoo colored in before the shop closes.