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Stacey King likes his meatballs spicy, and also the Bulls won

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Marco Belinelli is from Italy, you see.

Joakim Noah and Marco Belinelli combined for an unbelievable play to resurrect a dead possession and steal a last-second win from the Pistons. Noah laid out for a wayward ball and somehow bounced it back inbounds to a streaking Marco Belinelli, who laid it in and-one before the stunned Pistons knew what hit 'em.

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Such an incredible play must have earned a memorable call, right? Well, in a way.


Stacey King likes his meatballs spicy. Not only does he think this is appropriate because it's Marco Belinelli, but that's the FIRST thing that comes to his mind when Belinelli makes a clutch basket. The basketball neuron synapses directly with the meatball neuron. Stacey King is quite the individual.

But anyway, wonderful job not quitting on the play, Bulls. Not so much for you guys, Pistons. And Mr. King...I dunno, take a nap or something.

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