one of the best things about this game was the emergence of Copeland.
the kid showed he can play, his best official NBA game yet, and Pablo
had nothing to do with it. totally sh*it game by the Argentine (screwing up
my fantasy league comeback attempt), but countered by a brilliant game
by Raymundo Feltip. I don't see anyone down on him after 1 bad game, and
the fact that Chandler cleans up his misses in the paint is turning into a
winning combination. the fact that RF drives to the basket is key, as the
Man Handler is right there whether it's an alley oop or a miss. he knows it's coming,
so he's ready for it.
excellent game by the trueMelo, getting points seems to be effortless at this point.
nice game for the Brewser, a couple good steals and assists.
Novak, 4 triples at the right time.
Sheed... stupid ejection. "ball don't lie" is getting old pretty quick, especially
when it leads to a "T". my balls don't lie.
ya gotta hand it to Suns for comeback, led by Brooklyn's own Sebastian Telfair,
seems the kid plays well in NYC, not so well elsewhere.
but major props to Melo, Chandler and especially Felton for making plays when it counted,
a good win. home court dominance continues.