Saturday, April 29, 2006

Why the Denver Nuggets Deserve to Lose

I have fond memories of Syracuse's NCAA championship, but the slack I have been cutting Carmelo Anthony since then is running low. It's not just him, it's the organization. Here are five reasons why they deserve to lose their series with the Clippers:
  1. An inability to understand the following equation: Carmelo Anthony + Double Team = 1 Denver Nugget wide Open.
  2. The fact that Kenyon Martin sucks AND threatens that he will quit if he doesn't get the ball more.
  3. Defense apparently means throwing one hand up AFTER your opponent has already taken their shot.
  4. Inconsistency.
  5. Because the Clippers deserve it -- except Sam Cassell, who is a pain in the ass.


A.H. Rajani said...

It gets even better folks. Reggie Evans grabbed Clipper Chris Kaman in what can only be called an impure manner. It happened right after a shot went up and both were battling for a rebound. Kaman said, "He grabbed my nuts... I was violated." Absolutely hilarious.

A.H. Rajani said...

I'm not joking either.,1,420055.story?coll=la-headlines-sports-nba-clippe

Mad.J.D. said...

I saw Evans grab Chris Kaveman's undercarriage. Pretty gross. I thought Kaveman grew his disgusting Hulk Hogan hair that way to deter any opposing players from wanting to touch him, but I guess if you're Reggie Evans and you've got the genitalia of a mutant on your mind, nothing's going to stop you from getting a handful.

By the way: Clippers - Cassell = 11th place/no playoffs

A.H. Rajani said...

I can't believe he wasn't suspended. The only good thing about the whole event is that it should set the standard for a flagrant foul. None of these wuss NBA fouls. Unless someone's tugging on the cookie jar, no foul!

Anonymous said...

5a. STILL haven't acquired anybody who can shoot outside the arch.