Well, Well, Well, what did I tell you guys? The Grizz were annihilated Wednesday night, getting a taste of Thunder Nation in Oklahoma City. Now that’s a rowdy crowd. I wonder what it would be like if this team was still in Seattle??? Anyone think that city’s dying for a title? Seattle, IT HUUUUUUUUUUURTS!!!!
Let me throw some numbers out there that might inform you of how the Grizzlies played in game 5. Zach Randolph put up Steve Scheffler numbers, with 9 points, going 3/9 from the floor and 3/ from the line. When your best player and team leader comes out like a white, American born, scrub, it’s most likely not promising in terms of your team coming out victorious. Mike Conley went 4/16 from the floor??Ouch. He is an impact player for the Grizz, and they suffer dearly when his jumper is clanging off the rim as it did on hump day. When your leading scorer drops 15 and nobody else is in double figures, I’d say you got blown out and you were unable to withdraw any passion from your souls. I’d be ashamed, but as I said a couple days ago, that triple overtime game that resulted in a Thunder win, won the series for OK city as it’s a done dada in my
Oklahoma city had a well rounded performance, and didn’t really need a huge effort from their stars, as the game was blowout city baby!! Nick Collison continues to have an enormous series as it seems he is getting back at me for leaving him off of the American born, white all-star team. I’ve never seen him play so well, hitting deep jumpers consistently and playing excellent defense. He even thought he was Tommy Chambers for a minute and tried to bang in someones grill. Daequan Cook torched the feeble grizzlies for 18 points on 6/7 shooting including a dunk. This guy’s knees look they are about to go out fully at anytime and even he’s out there dunking.
This is a sad, sad day for Grizz nation. I used to write for them on another website, so it huurts me a little bit to see them go out like this. On the other hand, they did pull off one of the biggest upsets of all time, and then follow it up with giving the Thunder everything they could handle in this round. The Cinderella story alway’s ends sometimes……unless you were on that St. Louis Rams team, where grocery boy, Kurt Warner led his team to a super bowl victory after losing their starting QB in the preseason. Oooooooh, that just gave me chills! I love WARNER!!! This series will be wrapped up by Friday.
Kurt’s wife, Brenda even got hotter. They say money doesn’t change people. Well it changed this chick!!