It's memorial day weekend, we've got gorgeous weather, and one of the greatest events a sport could ever give us; a Game 7 with the team we've followed for years. So if you're like me and you're insanely nervous/anxious/hungry about the game tonight, doing random activities would be the best way to go. And what better random, time-wasting activity than to read articles about the game we've been waiting for since Wednesday night (last night was the first night I slept since then, by the way - that's how excited I am). Get out your lawn chair, crack open a beer, grill some food, and read some links.
The old (see what I did there) experience against youth factor. Doc sounds bitter. "Half of these young guys don't know I played and they definitely don't know Doug played". Lawns and things.
Brian at Depressed Fan talks about the advantages Boston will have being at home and also uses the phrase "purple nurple".
Doug Collins mentions how beautiful butterflies are. Jrue Holiday calls tonight's game "End of the world two."
More links after the jump, including a piece on a different site from a writer you might be familiar with.
Doug Collins getting his annoying girlfriend impression on, not satisfied but wanting more. I joke, I joke. I want more, too.
Danny Tanner taught me that if you double the C's and double the S's, that's how you spell "success".
Spence is all about lying if it ends in his favor. I'd do the same thing.
Hard hitting research from the TBJ I-Team and a gorgeously sarcastic quote from Ray Allen confirms that he does in fact still have as many legs as most people.
This writer looks familiar. He's probably a huge dork.
Game 7 is that amount of hours away. I'll see you guys then, when the Sixers are a mere 48 minutes from victory.