STRANDED AT SECOND BASE
“Culling the thoughts that occur when you’re standing around waiting for something to happen…”
The Dallas Mavericks and Miami Heat appear to be on a collision course to meet every five years in the NBA Finals.
The Heat ensured that with a come-from-behind, Game Five victory over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night.
Let’s just hope a rematch of the 2006 Finals — won by the Heat — doesn’t reanimate retro ’06 fads such as Thom Browne shrunken suits, a Brittany-Kevin reunion and/or a “Cars” sequel.
The NBA Finals begin May 31 in Miami.
What do you think Bengals owner Mike Brown, who still has to shill out $6 million to Chad Ochocinco in the 2011 season, feels about the Cincinnati wide receiver recently Tweeting this picture of himself…
Responded Brown via the Cincinnati Enquirer:
“The issue is, does he at this stage of his life have that focus? Next maybe he’ll be a snake wrangler and we’ll watch to see if he gets bit. They amuse me in a way, but they concern me because, let’s face it, we want a football player. We aren’t hiring a bull rider, a dancer or a soccer player.”
When Jason Terry looks back on his career, two superfluous points will be missing from his post-season stat line.
The former Sixth-Mnn of the Year award winner threw down a dunk as time expired in the Dallas Mavericks’ Game Five, series-clinching win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night.
Free advice to the Winnipeg Sun, a daily tabloid newspaper in Manitoba, Canada: If the city lands a relocated NHL team, I’ll be disappointed if you don’t use the headline: