Okay, so this was the time of year I normally got to sit back on the recliner and watch as “The Chosen One” led us to the NBA Finals, or somewhere close. Watched as Big Z posted up, Anderson Varejao acted insane on the court and Mo Williams blew another game. Instead now as I click the clicker I see the Orlando Magic get knocked out, the Lakers drop 0-2 against Dallas and Derrick Rose post 44 on the Hawks.
“The Chosen One” well I won’t refer too him much than to say, Let’s go Boston!! Gosh a year ago, I despised, but respected Rajon Rondo, thought Ray Allen, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett should have been in a suite (retired) somewhere watching instead of playing. Now I am their biggest fan and hoping they or anyone else can unseat “The One.”
I also can’t help but laugh as I see the Chicago crowd boo Carlos Boozer, heck I hated him when left Cleveland the way he did, but good riddance the man probably can’t spell the word defense, explains why he can’t do it.
Well enough NBA or “The One.” A toast to next year and let’s go Indians.
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About Joshua McWilliams: Josh McWilliams is often the voice at the other end of The Daily Record sports phone, with whom many coaches speak to when calling in scores. He records game information, writes them up as brief summaries and tends to add his own flavor. McWilliams started at The DR in August, 2002 with a tryout story about players coming out of the mist, then went to being the staff whipping boy who wore a cheerleader outfit and Joe Gantz’s helmet for some photo opp time.
In his full-time time job, McWilliams works as a store manager for the Goodwill store in Millersburg. “What can I say, we have great deals,” he said. “Anyway, I love sports, always have, graduated from Central Christian, live in Shreve, hold no allegiance to any school and am very opinionated. The sports I love are football, basketball, baseball and I have to admit a small part of my heart likes soccer, thanks to good man Bryan Schaaf, who showed me the ropes.” Josh can reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow me on twitter, josh_mc1982. View author profile.