So as all you basketball fans know, the Magic aren’t doing so well in the Finals. LA now leads the series 2-0 and it’s starting to look pretty grim, luckily Orlando is headed back home for three straight games and with the way they played last night they should still have a shot at making this interesting. The problem with game 1 is that Kobe was completely amazing, I’ve never been a fan of the Lakers and never seen enough of Kobe to give him credit for being so known but on last Thursday he made his presence known and he dominated that court. Obviously it ain’t all over yet, the Magic showed a fantastic performance last night despite the fact that LA was all over Dwight Howard, which eventually cost them the game, or maybe it was that way-too-strong layup from Lee at the buzzer, either way the Magic should have walked away from that series leaving it at 1-1, that just means that they’ll have to come to Orlando and be perfect, give the fans a little hope and get there shot percentage up from 20 or however freaking low it has been.
I know all of you Laker fans are prolly rollin around laughing at how you stomped us in the first game and then closed out what looked to be like a redeeming second game, but don’t get too excited yet because it’s a long series (hopefully) and once we start hittin them threes and find out who the hell is payin off the refs we’ll close the gap and finish it leaving you guys in the dust cryin.
They say that only 3 teams have come back from being 0-2 in the finals to win it, but I say who cares? statistics mean squat when it all comes down to it, and what did LA do? they won at home, if Orlando can do that too, which they will, then were back in it and we just have to have another game 2 where we make the buzzer beater.