Apr 18 2011
Well in typical Boston fashion, the Celtics pulled out game one last night 87-85 over the New York Knicks, I’m not going to give you a recap of the game because that’s not what we do.
I’m here to expose the Celtics, Paul Pierce, and the city of Boston for the Floppers that they are.
In honor of “Patriots Day” in Boston today, (a day where all the low class, drunk, smelly Bostonians call out of work (if they work in the first place) get drunk, and watch the Red Sox at 11am, which sounds like a regular Monday in Boston to me). I’m going to honor them for what they are great at……FLOPPING and CHEATING.
What “Patriots Day” really is, Holiday celebrating the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the first battles of the American Revolutionary War. I’m sure if you ask 85% of the people in Boston they have no idea what those are.
Now I have two video’s that prove my point, but if you watch last nights game, in the flow of the game, it’s easy to tell just how pathetically officiated that game was.
I went on an early morning rant today on my Twitter, and here’s what I said (if you care:
Now call me a bitter Knick fan, whatever, but if you have any knowledge of the game of basketball, you know that the two huge plays in the final minute, had a HUGE impact on the game.
How can referees so hugly impact a professional sport to the point that they basically decided last night’s winner. Look at these two video’s and tell me the proper calls we’re made.
Here is the first “foul“, an offensive “foul” committed by the Knicks Carmelo Anthony. Tell me WHERE exactly the foul is? …..
Looks like a grade-A FLOP to me, fine, move on, there’s still two possession’s left, right?
On to the next one (Hova voice)….
The next questionable play was a NON-CALL, this came on the eventual game-winning shot by the Celtics Ray Allen. Coming off a high-screen, watch how Celtics forward Kevin Garnett BLATANTLY sticks his leg out, and TRIPS Knicks guard Toney Douglas…..NO CALL, Ray Allen drips the three and gives the Celtics and two-point lead, and the game.
Now, normally I don’t do this, I hate to place blame in referees for a loss, but when you DRASTICALLY change the outcome of a game like last night, you deserved to be called out.
So Boston, you can hate me all you want, and Knick-haters you can call me a homer, but what you can’t HONESTLY do is tell me I’m wrong.
Don’t even get me started on what should have been a TECNICAL FOUL AFTER the Ray Allen shot, when everyone’s favorite MOTHER-LOVER, Delonte West comes ON THE COURT, and CHEST BUMPS Allen. Then you have Celtic Coaches (Lawrence Frank, and Doc Rivers) out on the court during the Knicks last possession.
In the end, I guess the old quote about Boston is true, “IF YOU AINT’ CHEATING, YOU AINT’ TRYING.” Right Bill Belichick?