Sunday, May 6, 2012

Top Ten Takeaways From Sixers-Bulls Game Four

10) Without Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah, Tom Thibodeau loses a lot of his genius

9) This Spencer Hawes stands to make a lot more money than the guy that was in his jersey for much of the year

8) Carlos Boozer proved that he could be the go-to guy for a team that won't win

7) Jrue Holiday proved that no one will remember what you do in the first 3.5 quarters if the last 0.5 is big enough

6) I'm told that Luol Deng played in this game and had 11 points, but he might have been wearing an invisibility cloak at the time

5) Philly won despite getting Sour Lou Williams, which rarely happens

4) As Sixer Fan can attest, any time a team plays a lot of Kyle Korver, it's really not a good sign

3) When Andre Iguodala gets a double-double, it's usually means he was contributing to the number of available rebounds on the offensive end, if you catch my drift

2) Unless the Bulls can come back to win the next three games with backups, they'll be the most excused #1 seed to ever lose in the first round

1) This is the first time since, gulp, 1984 that my laundry has been up 3-1 in a best of seven, which kind of tells you how much of the greatness of this franchise has been in the distant past

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