Friday, June 15, 2007

Who's your daddy? Spurs sweep Cavs

LeBron became a father (again) early Thursday morning, then he & his team got bitchslapped like newborns by the Spurs en route to their 4th title
The giddy yet reserved Spurs raise another championship trophy

Thank you, Cleveland.

Thanks for not dragging this lopsided series out any longer than absolutely necessary, because if these teams had to play any more games over this weekend, the television ratings would have given new meaning to the phrase "friends & family only."

Instead of making the American public go through that kind of misery, Cleveland did the right thing and succumbed to the inevitable eventuality of San Antonio achieving its fourth title in the last nine years (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007), putting up a fight till the end but ultimately coming up just short, losing 83-82.

Tony Parker, a.k.a. the Luckiest Man on the Face of the Planet, was named the Finals MVP
after he averaged nearly 24 points/game and was a major offensive catalyst in three of the four Spurs wins.

3-time champion, Finals MVP, and engaged to one of the hottest women on the planet-dontcha just fucking hate this guy!

LeBron scored 24 points after his girlfriend gave birth to their second child at around 1:oo am, but he was 10-30 from the field and did not shoot the ball well all series (36%)

Tim Duncan racked up his fourth title while Parker notched his third and first MVP trophy just a few weeks before his Paris wedding to Eva Longoria, who wept court side when her man's name was announced as the MVP.

Everybody now- awwwwwwwwwww! (Lucky bastard!)

Anyway, so now that's over and everyone can get around to doing whatever it is they do when the NBA isn't on. And judging by the abysmal ratings for this series, that would be exactly the same thing they do when the NBA is on.

King James and his paupers surprised everyone and had a nice run, but unfortunately it all came to a crashing halt. Now all they need to do is find a coach with balls, a guard who can distribute the rock so James doesn't always have to, and a big man who doesn't have lead feet (Ilgauskas), hands of stone (Varejao) or a stupid tuft of hair on the back oif his neck (Gooden.)

Until then, here's some more pictures from the last NBA game of the 2006-07 season.


Move over Ashley; we have a new "Hottest Sports Fan"

Do you think she was taking a picture of me?!


Spurs: 2007 NBA Champions

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