November 6, 2009

Inside the Paint: Where LeBron Doesn't Get the Call

Chicago 86 Cleveland 85: This game was horrible to watch. Both teams only shot 40% from the field and neither team shot more than 38% from the 3-point line. And the most shocking part of the game, LeBron James didn't get a superstar call at the end of the game. James went up for a layup with time running out and had the shot blocked by Luol Deng and Joakim Noah. He thought he was fouled, but he wasn't really fouled. LeBron thought he would get the superstar call and the refs didn't give him anything. Cleveland has now lost two games at home this season after only losing two games all season at home last year.

More on LeBron: He doesn't need to go to New York to be a huge marketing star. Also during the Bulls game, LeBron provided us with this monster dunk.

San Antonio 99 Utah 113: I didn't think the night in the NBA could get much worse, until I watched that blowout in Utah. The Jazz went 53% from the field and scored 64 points from the paint against the Spurs. Utah also out-rebounded the Spurs 41-36 and out-played them for the entire night. I never thought I would see the day where a Spurs team would be so dominated, but I saw it last night.

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1 comment:

  1. I liked how the refs swolled their whistles at the end of that game.