Sometimes, all the stars and the planets and the celestial rhythms line up just right, and something fun happens. Take Friday night, for example — four distinct moments of perceived NBA injustice, four separate reactions to the slights, and one harmonic convergence of Good Basketball Internet Stuff.
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(As an aside: That was pretty awesome, Isaiah.)
(As an aside: You're out of your mind, Perk.)
Luckily, while the arc of the basketball universe is long, it bends toward justice. Said arc is laid plain through missed free throws, and identified with a single, powerful expression:
Hey, Rasheed Wallace, how happy are you about four different players in four different games invoking your trademark turn of phrase?
So happy. (Allen Einstein/NBAE/Getty Images)
Just as I suspected: He's thrilled.
Hey, do me a favor: Next time you hear someone let loose a hearty BDL during an NBA game, drop me a line about it, huh? Email, Twitter, Facebook, whatever. I'd hate to miss out on the next 'Sheed singularity. Thanks, friends.
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