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This deer in Bethel Park is ready for some basketball, and since he’s a Pennsylvania deer, we’re assuming he’s a Sixers’ fan. Or, perhaps the Milwaukee Bucks. It’s a tossup.
Last night was a great night for basketball in that there were a lot of games. Last night was a bad night for basketball in that almost none of them were close. Here’s what you missed of the good ones.
What a light Saturday night in the sports world. Only a few NBA games were going, very few of them of consequence to impending playoff picture. There were two worth noting, though: the continuing dominance of the Miami Heat and the Houston Rockets faltering in the struggle for the final playoff spot in the West.
With no NHL goalies around, Spencer Hawes steps in and makes his case to be a bad one.
After last night’s 96-89 Bulls victory over the 76ers in Philadelphia, two Sixers fans, described as “younger males,” got into a dispute about basketball on a crowded train with a Bulls fan. Somehow the commotion devolved into flying bullets, and two men, the Bulls fan and an innocent peacemaker, were shot.
New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung went to yesterday’s Boston Celtics-Philadelphia 76ers game with his son, Taj. What they wanted was to do was catch a basketball game. What they did was encounter the real-life Grinch, apparently in the form of referee Dick Bavetta.
The NHL is still on strike, MLB is in the offseason, all NFL and NCAA football action is relegated to the weekend, and no one really cares about NCAA basketball until March. This is my favorite time of the year, when the NBA reigns supreme and I don’t have to leave my house. Here’s what you (but not I) missed last night.
Philly-centric blog Crossing Broad has an ongoing series, Bynum Spotting, in which they post various photos readers send them of Andrew Bynum in public places. And the latest is the closest anyone’s seen to Bynum playing basketball in a while.