People call the Spurs boring, but they proved a point Tuesday night by dropping a Finals record 16 threes and generally stylin' on the poor Miami Heat. It was a big, exciting win. Tim Duncan took the mic to answer questions after the game, and those in attendance were positively enthralled, every last one of th--
Dude! Okay, maybe Duncan didn't have such an exhilirating night, but did you see Gary Neal? Guy hit six of ten threes! Gary Neal! The same guy who was undrafted and bouncing around Europe just a few years ago! That's cra--
Jeez. Okay, what about Danny Green? Similar situation. He was drafted in the second round, spent a bunch of time in the D-League, played a bit in Slovenia, and now he's leading both teams with 27 points in a crucial NBA Finals game. Danny Green! We've never see--
Wow, okay. Wait, now I'm just curious: Have you ever heard of the fungus Ophiocordyceps unilateralis? It infects ants, consumes their brains, then hijacks their motor functions such that they facilitate fungal reproduction. The fungus turns them into zombie ants, sir. ZOMBIE ANTS. HOW COULD YOU NOT BE EXCITED ABOUT ZOMBIE AN--
Forget it. Drink a coffee next time, man.
Update: Just so we're clear, the man pictured is Turkish NBA reporter Kaan Kural and we're sure he had a perfectly good reason to be sleepy. We've all been there. His "there" just happened to be caught on camera.