Brought to you by: Across the Margin
Tonight the 2012 NBA season comes to a close, the door shutting on a shortened blink-of-an-eye season (b.o.a.e. for fans of the league that is). Although the season was condensed the drama was not. In a mere 66 games we experienced the rise (and fall) of Linsanity, saw the Timberwolves rise to respectability (and fall) behind Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio, witnessed Lebron James and Kevin Durant’s continued dominance and MVP battle, scrutinized Kobe’s defiance of age, and were rocked to the core by Metta World Peace’s antics yet once again. Here to discuss the 2012 NBA season, including a look ahead to this years playoffs, are a few of the voices of Across the Margin you are familiar with, luckily joined today by Jack Nicolaus of Blernsball Prospectus……
MCS: Let’s talk some hoops kids.
Jack: I just want to say, as a Metta World Peace apologist, “It was unintentional”.
Rau: Just bad timing really.
PG: Looks like Harden will be just fine.
Jack: “Bad Timing, The Metta World Peace Story”.