Sunday, May 06, 2007

NBA Playoff Impressions: Blood On The Dance Floor.


Spurs 111, Suns 106 - A nip-and-tuck game determined ultimately by a collision on the court, as Steve Nash's nose burst and the Suns staff couldn't stop the bleeding in order to get him back in the game, and without Nash, the Suns on the court looked confused, running around with their head cut off. Tim Duncan and Tony Parker went big for the Spurs, each clocking over 30 points. Nash was on fire with 31, but those 45 seconds he had to sit out meant the game. Hopefully every game in the series is as close as this one was.

Cavs 81, Nets 77 - Hm. It seems Cleveland can play defense. The Nets shot only 37 percent for the game, and Vince Carter had the game he has at least once every playoff series, where he can't hit a thing. However, those games are usually followed up by ones where he explodes. LeBron had 21 points, but a crucial block near the end of the game helped out.

(Photo: Garrett Elwood/NBAE/Getty Images)

4 comments:

Sanchez said...

you see the difference in those score lines? There's a story in there somewhere...

mookie said...

Phoenix lost because of there constant point blank misses.

Signal to Noise said...

mookie - esp. the ones at the end, with Nash not on the floor.

Sanchez - that's Western Conference vs. Eastern Conference for you.

Sanchez said...

ain't it true!