Player of the D.A.Y.

by December 13, 2006
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By Sam Rubenstein

Yesterday there were more options than trAIde rumors. Today, not so much. Nobody in the Milwaukee, Laker, or Nuggets wins jumps out. Matt Barnes led the Warriors with 32 points, and that should be good enough. But it’s not. And here’s why.

I work for SLAM, and that makes me a fan boy, a sychofant, and a delusional NBA fan. I’m supposed to care more about a raw athlete that spent five minutes in college, jumping over a finely tuned shot blocking force, who was one of “The next Bill Russells” in college. And I do.

Marvin Williams banged one on the Cambyman. His team was overmatched and lost, as they should have, but yo yo yo yo yo… you see him git up like dat? The best part of sports is the EXCITEMENT. Marvin Williams gets Player of the D.A.Y. for that. Take that, you rabid fun hater.

I look forward to tonight’s top 10 plays on sportscenter, which will all be crisp chest passes and good clean picks, all of which shall contribute to the win column in their respective games.