Good morning. Here is some free advice from Soulja to start off your day.
— Soulja Boy (@souljaboy) February 24, 2014
Count guap. — Soulja Boy (@souljaboy) February 24, 2014
Keep working and count guap. Sounds good to me. And now onto the games
Indiana Pacers vs. Washington Wizards
FLEX TO THE LEFT, THROW SOME MONEY OUT YA HANDS.
WE DO IT FOR THE CITY, YA WE DO IT FOR THE FANS, TO BALL LIKE WALL BOY YOU GOTTA DO THE DANCE.
EVERYBODY DO THE JOHN WALL. JOHN WALL. JOHN WALL.
The Pacers were struggling, but never fear, Super Scola is here. Look at him turn on the jets!
Super Scola’s super speed wasn’t enough to save the Pacers, though. The closest the Pacers ever got in the second half was a six point deficit. It was all Wizards, especially from three, where they went 10-16.
Trevor Ariza, a.k.a. Lord Athreeza, was especially hot, going 6-6 from downtown, and I was lucky enough to find a special edition of his shot chart from last night. (Prod. by Mike Scott Made It)
No two ways around it, the Wizards were just flat out better last night. And Pacers fans are going to have to
And ole Roy Hibbert was a bum again last night, scoring zero points and grabbing zero rebounds in seventeen minutes. So of course, the jokes were flying from all around.
Me and Roy Hibbert had the same amount of points and rebounds tonight.
— Tracy McGrady (@Real_T_Mac) May 6, 2014
Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Clippers
ALL HAIL CHRIS PAUL THE VICTORIOUS, POINT GOD, CREATOR OF GALAXIES.
The Thunder actually did some cool things, but that was early in the game, before Chris Paul enforced his will.
Like here’s a nice Serge Ibaka dunk.
But then Chris Paul did things like this, and reminded the Thunder that they had no hope, for he was the one true god before them, and he is an angry god.
Also this happened, and it was pretty strange.
And then Blake Griffin decided to say goodnight. Better luck next time, OKC.