Earlier today, Mike guided all you Thundercats with updates on the extensive amounts of injuries that have occurred in this series alone, the most important being my jammed finger. No worries, though, I had an incredible rehab session today so I'm looking probable for Game 5 tomorrow night.
We're about 24 hours from tip-off, which could be the last game of the series if the Sixers can close out their second road playoff win. While you're sitting around your basement waiting for Game 5, watching old episodes of Friends, why don't you catch up on some Sixers updates?
So you're saying when a team shoots 39.2% or worse for two games, they usually don't win? Psh, I don't believe it.
My real question is, will he still have the boot on so I can see his toesies when they show the Bulls' bench? Important things, people!
Andre's been keeping his urge to kiss every Sixer who scores on the DL. Apparently, there's no kissing in basketball.
Evan Turner says "I'd much rather be in this situation than on the other end of it." How dare he say he'd rather be up 3-1 than down 1-3?!?!
More links after the jump.
He got to sit in Ed Snider's suite for the Bulls' Game 3 loss. So he's got that going for him; which is nice.
A little feature on Sixers' assistant coach Jeff Capel Jr. His two sons are coaches for college teams (Jeff III an assistant at Duke and former head coach at Oklahoma and VCU, Jason the head coach at Appalachian State).
Yes, it was 10 years ago today when AI said the word "practice" approximately 129 times within 5 minutes. Neil Hartman sparked the whole rant and now he writes about it.
NBA Injury News: Baron Davis Tore Most of His Knee - Posting and Toasting
Another Knicks point guard goes down, the second one from a torn ACL (and then some in this case). This could be it for Baron's career.