This Year’s NBA All-Star Game Was Amazing

So, let’s just get straight to the point, son. On the real, this year’s NBA All-Star Game was fucking amazing, man! All I can say is, whoever suggested the game’s new format needs a cotdamn raise, fam. The way I see it, shit can never go back to the way it was, bruh. Real talk, I can’t remember the last time I’ve seen the game this competitive. In any case, I’m here for all of it, brethren.

Ok, for those who missed it, Sunday‘s All-Star Game was fire, son. So, the teams were broken up between captains LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo. Anyway, according to the new rules, after each quarter, depending on which team had the most points that quarter, $100,000 would be donated to their respective charities. All the while, a running total would be kept for both squads. Now, depending on which team had the most points after three quarters, 24 points would be added to that score, in honor of Kobe Bryant. From there, in the fourth quarter, both teams would have to play to that final number. The first team to reach that designated score wins. Moving on, in the case of Sunday’s game, each team was trying to get to 157 points.

Now, since both teams were playing to a finite number, the intensity of that fourth quarter was crazy, man! Shit, Giannis was trying to kill LeBron, Kawhi Leonard was hitting every shot in sight and Kyle Lowry was out here taking copious amounts of charges. Side bar, Lowry is absolutely the reason why Team Giannis lost that game. Fam, why the fuck would he pull Anthony Davis down in the final seconds? Like, he single-handedly gave Team LeBron the win, bruh. Way to go, Lowry!

In the end, Kawhi walked away with the first Kobe Bryant MVP Award. Ultimately, given their relationship, it was a fitting way for the game to end, son. By and by, I really hope every year is like this, man. At the end of the day, it’s exciting as shit when the best players in the world are actually trying, fam. Frankly, injuries are the only thing we have to worry about, bruh. Hell, it would suck for a superstar to get hurt in this shit, people. Regardless, shout-out to Adam Silver, Chris Paul and everyone else who was involved in making this game entertaining. All in all, I’ll be right back here next year, folks. That is all. LC out.

P.S. Ice Cube has a right to be tight, son. Keeping it a buck, no one can tell me that the NBA wasn’t paying attention to the BIG3‘s format, man. But, it made for some exciting ass basketball, fam. Good day.

I Don’t Feel Sorry For The Golden State Warriors

So, before I begin, let me make something clear, son. On the real, I don’t wish injuries on anybody, man. Shit, as a dude who’s ravaged every ligament in both of my knees, it hurts to watch players go down. With all of that being said, I still won’t shed a tear for the Golden State Warriors. I mean, after numerous opposing players got injured during their championship run, the chickens have come home to roost, fam. All in all, the Toronto Raptors finally put them out of their misery.

Ok, for the weirdos who missed it, the Raptors just won the 2019 NBA Finals. Now, I won’t lie, bruh. Real talk, the copious amounts of injuries on the Warriors definitely helped Toronto win. Like, this would’ve been a completely different series if Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson were healthy. However, despite all of that, the Raptors did what they had to do to win the title, son. Hell, they won three games in Oracle Arena, man. Frankly, I didn’t think that was possible, fam.

In any case, I don’t want to hear any sob stories about the Warriors. Look, I’m already seeing people on that “Raptors beat a depleted team” shit, bruh. Ok, yeah, they did, son. Also, I don’t give a flying fuckity-fuck, man. Listen, the Warriors have continuously benefitted from other teams having injuries. So, am I supposed to feel sorry for them now? Hell nah, fam. Keeping it a buck, karma is a motherfucker, brethren. The fact is, it was the Warriors’ turn to have some real adversity, people.

Listen, all folks have to do is go through their history, son. First, in 2015, they faced a Cleveland Cavaliers team that didn’t have Kyrie Irving or Kevin Love. In 2017, they played a San Antonio Spurs team that didn’t have Kawhi Leonard or Tony Parker. In 2018, they battled a Houston Rockets team that was missing Chris Paul for games six and seven. Shit, I could literally keep going, folks. The point is, the Warriors are finally on the wrong side of injuries, man. After four years of luck, the shit just went bad for them, fam. It just is what it is. All I know is, if their titles don’t have asterisks next to them, then neither does Toronto’s title.

In the end, shout-out to Leonard, bruh. Ultimately, the trade for him might go down as one of the best trades ever. By and by, homie showed up for one season and brought a ring to a team that has never won one before. All I can say is, DeMar DeRozen has to be siiiiiick right now, son. At the end of the day, the North did it without him, man. Welp, those are the breaks, fam. That is all. LC out.

P.S. At some point, we need to talk about Steph Curry‘s clutch shooting. All I know is, if LeBron James went 0-8 on playoff go-ahead shots with 20 seconds left, he’d be nailed to a cross, bruh. But, we’ll save that for another time. Good day.