Just like the title says.... at daybreak this morning, food hangover still raging, I started thinking about this. Here's some ideas:
Ray Felton: Turkey. Although Ronny Turiaf more closely resembles an oven roasted turkey, and a turkey tends to be big and Ray Ray kind of small, I still think the turkey embodies Ray. Kind of the centerpiece on the court, not a particularly flashy dish, but solid and full of protein.
Amar'e: Sweet Potatoes. After stints with Phoenix and now New York, the guy's just orange by nature. Those blocks and dunks are like perfectly browned marshmallows atop his sweet overall game.
Gallo: Brussels Sprouts. International, buttery. Loved by fans, despised by others. Nutritious game. I imagine Gallo's brain to be like a bunch of little cabbages working together. Plus, all those little balls remind me of all the practice shots Gallo must take.
Turiaf: Stuffing. Stuffing's a fun dish. Shot blocking is often referred to as stuffing. If there was a fire in your house, and one door was completely blocked by stuffing, you'd probably take another route. But if the stuffing was on your side, your house wouldn't be burning in the first place.
Toney Douglas: Cranberry sauce. This tart and often misunderstood berry is, for inexplicable reasons, hugely important to the thanksgiving meal, and delicious.
Landry Fields: What else? Gravy.