Saturday, December 15, 2007

Where Winning Without Ray Happens

In the first half of the game I was concerned about Ray's absence, with Tony's proclivity for bouncing the ball off his knee and all. We quickly learned that it meant little in the Garden when the opponent was as shaky as Milwaukee. Last night's game was interesting simply because without Ray no one seemed to miss a beat. Good things, good things. Oh, and with Pruitt's big game we can rest assured that Scal is the worst player on the team.

1 comment:

derek said...

did anyone else catch that sick little hand stand Rondo did after knocked down under the hoop? big hands!