Thursday, February 09, 2006

A win that doesn't matter

God hates Cleveland sports so much He didn't even bother to screw the Cavs last night. Ordinarily, this would have been a picture of former Cav Ricky Davis knocking Lebron James to the floor, splitting King James' head open and rendering him useless for the rest of the season.

As it is, though Ricky scored 33 points and hit a 3-pointer in the waning seconds to make it a two-point game, Lebron's near triple-double (35 points, 11 rebounds, 8 assists) led the Cavs to a 97-91 victory. God was busy elsewhere, ensuring that Indiana won by 32 points, Milwaukee won in double overtime, Chicago won in Denver, and Detroit won again -- like the Pistons need His help.

So while the Cavs win a nice road game against a tough Western Conference opponent, God ensured it didn't really matter since everyone else in our division won. Of course, we know the real truth. The whole season doesn't matter, because we're gonna get it in the end, just like always.

1 comment:

airraid81 said...

That's the inverse of what ussually happens to our losers. LBJ sucks. One of the worst presidents, and now a horrible basketball player who said himself that he doesn't have the "killer instinct." At least we have Hughes coming back by playoff time so we might win at least one game before getting knocked out of the playoffs in round 1.
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