“Game 3” or “Commentary is priceless”

I loved this ESPN page 2 article, which had often-hilarious commentary on Finals game 3. It would be great fun to have Bill Simmons’ job.

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=simmons/050615

The only disturbing thing I remember stumbling across when I read it yesterday was this, at the bottom of the article’s first page:

"(But seriously, is there a luckier team than the Pistons? Last spring, they lucked out with Jason Kidd’s knee, the Derek Fisher shot and Karl Malone’s injury. Last November, the Pacers looked like the best team in the East before the Artest Melee turned everything around. Last week, Miami was about to finish them off before Wade went down. And now, they’re down 2-0 and the leading candidate for Finals MVP goes down 21 seconds into Game 3. I’m not saying good luck is something that should penalize them historically — believe me, I’m a Patriots fan, I would never insinuate such a thing. But Detroit’s run of good fortune is almost unprecedented, don’t you think? At the rate we’re going, Duncan is going to be accidentally ejected from the Spurs’ charter on the way back to San Antonio.)"

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