2010 NBA Finals Game 2 – Jesus Shuttlesworth sets a new record.
Black Jesus was en fuego. How did the Lakers’ defense let this man get hot like that? After game 1, you had to know that the Boston Celtics were not going to play like that again. Ray Allen lit up the NBA world with eight three pointers – NBA Finals record. The certified top 4 point guard in the league, Rajon Rondo, posted up a triple double: 19 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists. Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce played like trash, but the Celtics escaped LA with a win.
I’m going to get straight to the point. I do not want to hear complaints about the zebras especially from Laker fans. Straight up, I’m not co-signing that. The game was horribly called for both teams. Both teams, do you understand? The calls were fair for both sides. These post game comments from Laker homers about the refs are ridiculous. Save them for the next game. There will be plenty of bitching to go around.
Here are some classic gems found after the game 2 loss exuding Laker fans confidence (names are changed for protection):
Profound (responds to KobeBeef)
After a loss, the fans resort to high fiving each other for quality posts eh? Kobe’s Lakers played tough until the very end. I respect that, but also Ray Allen set a new record. Give the man his props. Lamar Odom has to produce impact for game 3. He’s been Mister Transparent for the first 2 games. Boston Celtics’ fans are not all that either. Don't show up gloating after a win. Yet it's understandable that emotions run high because the title is on the line. The zebras are bad and we get that. They’ll always be bad. This is disgusting when fans have to resort to using the refs as scapegoats. The Pau Gasol-KG miscall was blatant. I understand that. As for the rest of the calls, who cares? They were bad yet fair for both sides.
On to the next adventure that is game 3. Let emotions ring!