Saturday, March 04, 2006

Iverson leads Sixers past Wizards, but what's up with those tights?

Iverson leads Sixers past Wizards 119-113. Wow, what a game. Where do you begin. When the Sixers reached the century mark there was almost 6 minutes left in the game. With the way the Wizards where slicing up the 76ers 'D', I thought to myself "They're gonna have to score 120 to win this one". 119 points was enough.

You could talk about AI's brilliant game (47 points and 12 assists). His second game with 40 or more points and 10 or more assists! For you triva buffs, that's a rare feat (only 7 other have done so).

You could talk about C.Webb's 30 points. It was apparent how other players performed better when he was on the floor. How about the play to Webber in the waining moments of the game. AI was the decoy. The Wizards sent 3 players at 'em. AI had 47, but Webber was a major factor in the game.

You could talk about Allen's maturity in the light of the olympic trials saga. The mass media can't get enough of that. It has become cliche, but clueless commentators like Bill Walton can't think of anything else to say.

The things I remember the most about the game was those tights! Whazzup wit dat? At first glance I thought he had borrowed Kyle Korver's socks. Is this the shape of things to come?

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