Blackhawks-Flyers and Lakers-Celtics: A Tale of Two Finals

June 6th, 2010 by Ben Steigerwalt Leave a reply »
Inspired by's Bill Simmons, I am going to attempt to write a live diary of both the NHL and NBA finals games taking place.  I'm in at the last period of both, but thanks to my six-month-old daughter's desire for juice, I'm in a bit late.

10:28 PM - Lakers-Celtics, Game 2

Game is tied at 83.  7:33 to go.  Paul Pierce dumps to Kevin Garnett after looking to drive.  Garnett puts up the same brick Pierce would've had he taken the shot.

Lakers waste a posession.  Celtics do the same.

Lamar Odom completes a weak lob to Andrew Bynum, who puts the ball in for a layup.  I'm still wondering how that pass got in there with two Celtics around.

Apparently Nate Robinson is in the game.  He makes both his foul shots.  Tied at 85.

Kobe Bryant responds with an And-One.

Timeout Lakers.

10:31 PM - Blackhawks-Flyers

11:33 to go.  Chicago up 5-3.  Apparently I missed a Philly goal while watching the NBA.  Fantastic.

I'm not getting a sense of urgency from the Flyers so far.  Much of what I've seen of this game h ...

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