So, in an effort to maintain my sanity and not get shut down, I am not going to discuss the atrocity in Boston that I had the misfortune of viewing. Long story short, the Miami Heat did not deserve thee number three seed and if they play like they did in the second half, they will be swept by the Charlotte Hornets without a doubt. But on a lighter note, they do open up at home as the number three seed on Sunday and hopefully they will play like they did in the first half of last night’s game, which was damn near perfect.
In other news, the Warrior broke the record for wins in a season after notching their 73rd win this season and breaking the record previously held by the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls. They are a remarkable team and deserve to own this record with the way they dominated opponents this season. With that said, they are in no way a team that could beat those Bulls in a 7-game series, but I am going to give them their due credit nonetheless.
Also, Kobe went out WITH A BANG OH MY LORD. I have never heard of someone going out like that. 60 POINTS?!!?!?!?! My man showed that despite his physical age, he is still more skilled than a majority of the players in the game today. Granted, he did take around 50 shots. But I don’t care. As old as he is, he was still the best player on the Lakers this past year. I’ll have a piece on him in the near future, but what a way to go out. It reminds me a lot of Jordan’s last game as a Chicago Bull when he dropped 45 on none other than the Utah Jazz (those guys are unlucky when playing against a legend in their last game). Congratulations again Kobe!