Just like the NBA and its players, we (principally, me) had some ideas constructed during the lockout that sounded good at the time, but didn't exactly flesh out properly in reality once executed. Like the idea of lockout videos, which were supposed to make you giggle and suffer another day over the five-month labor negotiations, but instead probably just served as a reminder that there was a stupid lockout going on, enforced and encouraged by a bunch of jerks on both sides. Actual quote.
Wednesday, the lockout lifts officially. And as a reward of sorts, we're clearing our lockout video vault; pretending there's an actual vault to clear because that would be cooler than anything that happened during the actual lockout. There is absolutely nothing here of any substance, and we like it that way.
Like this video from a Duke/Georgia Tech NCAA basketball game that features Al Horford's head showing up out of nowhere a couple of times.