One of my favorite Christmas Day traditions is sitting down and watching NBA games.
This year’s lineup is headlined by a rematch of last year’s Western Conference finals and LeBron’s return to Miami.
San Antonio-Oklahoma City and Cleveland-Miami are sure to draw large viewing audiences, but ESPN is going out of its way to make sure one of the slightly… weaker match-ups is adequately advertised.
In any other connotation, hearing Liam Neeson utter those words would be absolutely terrifying. Unfortunately, it’s just kind of laughable here, seeing as there’s no shot the Knicks can stop John Wall and the Wizards.
Now in his fifth year in the league, Wall has developed into the superstar Washington envisioned after drafting him first overall in 2010 and is leading a Wizards team that’s honestly playing out of their minds.
First in the Southeast division. Second overall seed in the Eastern conference. With a 17-6 record, Wall & Co. are off to the best start in franchise history and have every reason to be confident.
Dance on ’em.