Mon Jul 11 06:40pm EDT
Watching the U.S.'s startling win in Sunday's quarterfinal match at the 2011 Women's World Cup was a memorable enough event as it was, with the United States team overcoming several dodgy calls to take in a win over Brazil on penalty kicks.
Watching it while perusing your Twitter timeline, with seemingly all of North America rising to cheer the underdog U.S. team as it made up for that shoddy refereeing with fine goaltending and a expertly knocked header was something else entirely. And former Chicago Bull forward (and current Bulls broadcaster) Stacey King was no different than the rest of us in his reaction to the match.
Assuming, of course, your reaction was to strip naked and run around your house:
Oh, Stacey. You don't have to strip naked to celebrate a game like that. Any modest celebration would do. And, seriously, you don't have to strip naked. Don't strip naked. We're scared, and no amount of guard dogs can help us through the image of you celebrating Sunday's win.
And that was just the quarterfinals, people.
(HT: SB Nation Chicago.)