We’ve had an interesting evening, and this is probably the first time our heart-rate has stayed above 140bpm for ten or more minutes in the absense of drugs or exercise.
We have to question a few things, and we’ll have a lot to say in the next 15 hours or so, as you can imagine. The main query – what was LeBron thinking with that jumper from the top of the key with 10 seconds left? The other – will Detroit claim they “just didn’t feel like it” again, or does Cleveland get credit for their tough defense?
While you’re pondering those, we’re trying to formulate a list of things to keep in mind over the next 2 days until Game 5:
1) Avoid using the words “what” and “if” in the same sentence, especially if it’s followed by anything having to do with the Cavaliers.
2) If anyone brings up the “yeah, but Sheed hurt his ankle,” try not to respond with “yeah, but our starting shooting guard is attending family funerals.”
3) Remember to watch Kobe Bryant in studio on TNT tomorrow night.
4) When non-English speaking neighbor asks if we’re “workeeng tooo-day”, don’t try and explain what a “freelance screenwriter” is for the 100th time, although that milestone is important in some ways.
5-10) The “what” and “if” thing again. And again. And again. And again. And once more.
If you think we’re done with Sheed, we’re not. At 2-2, this thing is on. Seriously, like what if…fuck!
Fine – excuse us this one moment.