Two games in the NBA last night. When TNT's feed wasn't cutting out and I wasn't hearing about how gutsy Kobe is for playing through that serious broken finger, the Cavs/Lakers game was worth the watch. Lebron took over in the 4th (12 points), celebrated during the final seconds like it was the biggest win of his career, and then downplayed it as just another game in the post-game interview with Craig Sager (who was wearing a sparkly black suit, which was pretty conservative for Craig Sager). I didn't watch the nightcap, but the Nuggets beat the Clippers by 20.
Links until tonight's game.
MLIVE Pistons midseason grades
Deadspin Glen Davis And The $25,000 Magic Words
SI.com Pistons coach John Kuester tries to keep optimistic outlook
Detroit News Pistons players, coach say talk of sale not a distraction
Freep Allen Iverson voted to start NBA All-Star Game (what a joke)
Crain's Detroit Business Palace president: Joint arena with Pistons and Red Wings is ‘logical'
Freep Rasheed Wallace: Return to Palace was cool, wonderful
MLIVE Ben Wallace gets his digs in after Pistons beat Rasheed Wallace and Celtics
Full Court Press - MLIVE Rip Hamilton not afraid to claw his way to victory
Detroit News Pistons might be tough sale for Karen Davidson
ESPN Boston First impressions: Pistons 92, Celtics 86
Piston Powered Game Review: Anything is possible for Detroit Pistons
Roto World Fantasy Basketball: Charlie Villanueva
Need4Sheed The Past and The Future
ESPN Indiana Pacers vs. Detroit Pistons - Preview - January 22, 2010
CBS Sports Pacers-Pistons Preview - Jan. 21, 2010
Detroit4lyfe Lebron James staying in Cleveland 'Forever'?