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Clap Clap ClapClapClap: Game 1’s True Highlight

Posted by Andrew Unterberger on April 22, 2008

OK, so yeah, the Sixers took game one in Detroit. Very exciting, great game, gives hope that the whole series isn’t just a formality, etc. Still, I gotta give it up to one Rasheed Wallace, who in addition to being by far the most dominant player on the court, also had the game’s comedic highlight:

The greatest thing is how the Sixers don’t even particularly seem to notice that Wallace is trespassing on their little clubhouse, despite his obvious presence of blue in a sea of white. Don’t quite know if it’s professional (or even legal), but who among has the guts to stop ‘Sheed from having a good time?

Also: Anyone out there reside in the NY area and get NBA TV? I really don’t want to have to follow the game tomorrow with ESPN’s “real-time” updating.

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