NBA Finals 2010: Will Someone Please Turn Out the Lights?

June 17th, 2010 by Dan Smith Leave a reply »
Before I get to how bad these NBA Playoffs have been, I want to say one thing:

An NBA team should never score below 80 points in a game. These are professional players so there is absolutely no reason that they cannot average 20 points a quarter.

For the Boston Celtics to come out in a basketball game in which they can win a title with a victory and they only score 67 points is unacceptable.

For you math whizzes out there, the Celtics scored a whopping 16.75 points a quarter in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.


How about driving the ball to the basket fellas? The jumpers were obviously not falling.

This NBA Post-Season has just been awful. There has been one signature game and it was the epic Game Five in LA when Ron Artest went from goat to hero with his last second put-back. That was an exciting game. Jason Richardson banked in a three late to tie it and my friends and I exploded.

Artest put in the Kobe Bryant miss and we exploded again.

It was truly the lone bright spot in an NBA Playoff grind that has been far too long and been far too full of bad basketball.

Honest ...

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