Seth's recap is like a Marvin Gaye inspired, full on baby making recap. Mine is more like a dingy motel room, guilt sprinkled quicky. Read on to feel kinda guilty but semi satisfied.
Did you read Seth's recap yet? Do so right now, then proceed.
-I remember distinctly the game was starting to get away from the Knicks when Outlaw and Morrow started hitting shots towards the end of the 2nd quarter (watching on a dingy atdhe streaming on mute, I kept thinking it was just Outlaw/Chapelle that was killing us). Chandler, for what seemed liked the whole night, stopped the run with aggressive driving, then the Ray Ray to STAT alley-oop ended ended a quick 60 second 6-0 run to cut the lead down to 3. I enjoyed the hell out of that.
-As already pointed by Seth, Ray Ray's 60 second glorious outburst in the 3rd led to me screaming FELTON!!! FELTON!!!!!!! RAAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!!!!!! Pause.
-I mentioned this already, but Chandler was fantastic tonight. He took his man off the dribble, and knifed the hell out of the Nets' interior D, much like how the host from 'Cheaters' got knifed: awesomely.
-The whole game I kept saying to my friends, 'Brook Lopez is so freaking soft', then I looked up and he had 30 points. The man can score.
-Anthony Randolph looks like the guy who keeps bumping into people and standing in awkward spots during a pick up game. I resonate with his game, except I don't have martian like arms to swat the ball at nearly the top of the back board box. That block was incredible.
-Any unit that includes Mozgov, DWTDD, Bill Walker, scares the hell out of me. I was getting anxious for STAT to get back in the game in the 4th.
-More on STAT: the man straight owned the 4th quarter. Also, were this the 15th century, I'm pretty sure Kris Humpries would have to become STAT's servant after that block. Went medieval on him.
That's all I got, hope Seth doesn't catch you reading this recap before his, but if he does, I assume the reaction would be something like this.