Monday, November 13, 2006

Grizzlies drop 4th straight to Lakers

To add insult to injury, I lost 2 bucks to a friend/Lakers fan/Borat impersonator.

Mike Miller hit a lot of threes, but was pretty one dimensional. The entire offense looked terrible. They couldn't get anything done. Stromile couldn't do anything against Andrew Bynum, and Eddie Jones looks terrible.

I have tomorrow night's game DVRed. It's in HD, we're playing a pretty bad Sacremento team, so hopefully we'll pull out the second victory.

7 comments:

Cassidy Hamlet said...

This morning, I dropped 4 straight turds. And let me tell you, Link, there is nothing one dimensional about that.

<3,
Cassidy Hamlet

Curt said...

David, on my Grizzlies dynasty on NBA live, I signed Penny Hardaway for the veterans minimum and traded Stomile Swift for Kwame Brown. It has worked out well. Penny is up for league MVP and Kwame is leading the league in rebounding. What do you think about that?

David Jones said...

In a perfect world, Curt, in a perfect world...

John said...

Personally I was hoping for some more in depth analysis from David. I mean a monkey could tell me Mike Miller is one dimensional. Tell me who is to blame for the putrid offense. How long till we look to dump Fratello? Is Lowry going to be a reliable back-up point guard or will he wear down over the season? Does Rudy Gay have a chance at rookie of the year? And since when did Cassidy Hamlet have a vested interest in the grizz?

Jouissance said...

I'm with John on this one- what good does watching the game in HD with a DVR to pause and rewind each play do, if you don't concentrate hard enough to do some real analysis?

Maybe the HD details are too distracting... being able to see the sweat glistening off the firm, well muscled bodies of each Grizzly stud is keeping David from being able to get the big picture...

Well, what about the putrid offense? Will Lowry last down the stretch?

Geoffrey Vitt said...

David, you cannot truly love the Grizz. Your site is dedicated to scraping others content and leaving inane and pointless comments.

In other news, Dahntay Jones seems to really be developing into quite a player. His handle is just too good.

David Jones said...

Quite a player? I hope your joking.

3.3 pts and 3.0 fouls in 18 min, with almost twice as many turnovers as assists. Shoot 25 % from the free throw line. Plus, I thought defense was his specialty: .1 steals per game and .4 blocks. Maybe he's the type of player who's contribution doesn't show up in the stat line?

You can have him.