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LAst Night's Action: Suck

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Boston Celtics defeat LA Lakers 97-91. Objectively speaking, the Lakers are pathetic and pitiful. The 21-point lead they had at the end of the first quarter was the largest in NBA Finals history. They led by 20 points in the third quarter. Then they choked like they were sucking on a 13" dick. In the third quarter they took everything good they did in the first half and flushed it down the toilet. To put it historically, it's the largest second-half deficit ever overcome in the Finals. I predicted the trophy was going to be hoisted this Sunday, but it looks like I predicted the wrong team.

San Diego Padres defeat LA Dodgers 9-0. The Dodgers are very lucky that everyone in LA is paying attention to the Lakers. Maybe no one would notice that the Dodgers suck harder than I did a couple of weekends ago. Coming off of a complete game shutout of the Chicago Cubs Friday night Dodger's starter Hiroki Kuroda gave up five runs in the first inning, and the Dodgers offense did nothing to help him out. Well they did manage five hits. That's something perhaps. Well no.

Tonight's Action

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LA Dodgers at Detroit Tigers. 4:05 pm KCAL9, AM 790 KABC.

Atlanta Braves at LA Angels. 7:05 pm FSN West, AM 830 KLAA.

AP Photo by Kevork Djansezian