The Goods On The Game, Vol. 2, No. 2
Okay, the intro.
I have no idea who was singing what (and the First Lady Of The Beat, who knows such things) is off covering silly skating so she's of no help). But it was pretty cool, I guess. Shorter than I'd expected but that's all right, too.
They do the intros, subs, coaches and everybody but the beat grunts, it seems, then they dance and the drummers drum, then there's some more music and, honestly, I think these guys have to warm up again it's been so long.
First play? Of course it's for Bosh, who misses a little jumper.
Al Harrington's guarding Bosh and that's a terrible mismatch. On both ends, really. Go back and check out the first post from tonight. The point about Nellie going at people? Harrington had the first three Warrior shots.
Four minutes in and Jermaine O'Neal draws his first charge, stepping in to get hit by Corey Maggette. Get used to it, he'll do it often.
And M-V-P chant for Bosh five minutes in? Really. People. STOP.
Golden State is really fun to watch. I don't think they have any plays. They just play.
I gotta run, be back at the end of the quarter
Toronto 11, Golden State 10, six minutes to go