So I tuned into the 2nd half of the Michigan-Michigan State game last night. At one point Musberger sent it down to the sideline reporter who was at the Michigan State Wall of Fame. Apparently when a big name visits East Lansing they autograph a wall, which is then covered by Plexiglas. So they pan the wall while the reporter mentions some of the BIG names. Bill Clinton, Willie Nelson, Don Henley. But what do I notice written on the corner of one of the bricks? Tommy Dreamer.
Monsoon: Ted Arcidi's gonna drop by. Brain: What a jerk. Monsoon: He's buying dinner. Brain: Oh, that Ted Arcidi. He's a wonderful human being.
I figure the reason why Pollard isn't playing much in the series is because having to defend Nowitzki at the arc would take away a rebounding presence. My question is, why did Adelman stick to an 8-man rotation when he has a very deep team?