Yeah, thank God for the NBA League Pass free preview week.
I was in heaven, getting to hear Marv Albert and then flipping over to the "not even trying to remain objective" Boston Celtic announcers. I mostly stayed on the Celtics/Bull game, because that Hassel guy on the Bulls went off on the Celtics at the end.
I also had fun watching Yao suck for the few minutes I saw him in the game. He is going to foul out every game (if he gets enough minutes).
How bad are the Heat? It was fun watching Hill and McGrady light them up.
"Oh, a handful of change. I guess I can use this to go...um...buy some candy. So thank you for adding a step to my Halloween process"- homestarrunner
Hassell and Shawn Marion of the Phoenix Suns were actually high school teammates in Clarksville, TN. My high school got to play them a couple of times, so I had the pleasure of seeing them play together. Hasell has a terrific all-around game. He was quite a pick up by the Bulls.
Comic Book Guy: "Last night's 'Itchy & Scratchy' was, without a doubt, the worst episode ever. Rest assured that I was on the Internet within minutes, registering my disgust throughout the world."
Originally posted by TorchslasherYeah, thank God for the NBA League Pass free preview week.
?! Free preview?! Probably the only way I'm gonna get to see my N'awlins Hornets. (Even though I still don't get how people are calling them deep this year.
TS- I don't know if this is a nationwide thing, but my Comcast digital cable in NJ is giving us Oct 31 - Nov 5 for free. My roommate and I are currently deciding if the price is right. I love basketball and all, but 160 (that's after the 20 dollar rebate) for the season is a bit steep (for my bank account anyways).
(edited by Torchslasher on 1.11.02 0829) "Oh, a handful of change. I guess I can use this to go...um...buy some candy. So thank you for adding a step to my Halloween process"- homestarrunner
http://www.wwe.com/news/headlines/1274893?page=1 Jindrak immediately asserted his authority on the court, taking the positions of power forward and center, keeping the opposing team out of the paint, grabbing every rebound.