12 July 2008

NBA video of the week

I figured as long as I'm posting a BYU football game of the week during the offseason, I might as well do the same for NBA fans who are waiting until late October for the new season to start.

Here's Karl Malone scoring his career-high 61 points against the Bucks on January 27, 1990. Every bucket.



Just impressive. A motivated Mailman was something to watch.

12 comments:

Filbert Karo said...

Karl Malone... pretty good guy.

BUT it was stupid of him to quit the Jazz and try to get a championship in L.A. I bet they didn't win a title because it was selfish of Malone to leave Utah.

Stu said...

I can't tell you how much I miss Hot Rod... even if he is surly and drunk.

Trying to sync up the tv and the radio just doesn't work though.

LaPaube said...

Broda needs to leave out the FT's next time.

Stu said...

... and filbert... what's with the double standard? Is it just that you are sore that you thought Malone was "your guy" and he was leaving "your team"?

Link

Well heck yeah, I would go and play for like $2 million. All I need is like a thousand bucks. That's tons for my age. I would be a happy Filbert.

Baron is doing the same thing Malone (and many others) have done. Trying to get a ring before they retire.

Josh said...

Brandon, I found some tape that said," BYU KSU 2001" I thought it was 1996. And why did you tape like five episodes of Star Trek on the same tape?

Filbert Karo said...

Hey stu, I say things that say no sense all the time. Plus, the Lakers and the Wizards are my team. Hehehehe.....

I just thought it was not very nice of Karl to do that. And he is not my guy....

Brandon said...

Stu, Filbert is one of the afflicted native-born Utahns with Laker-fan syndrome. I don't understand it at all.

Stu said...

Everything makes sense now :)

However, I have to admit that I was pissed when Malone left Utah, but somehow thought it was "noble" of Davis to go for less money for the chance for a ring... (he is a baron... hyuk hyuk)

However, I am not afraid to admit that I am an irrational Jazz fan. I will root for them even in the most dire of circumstances.

Josh said...

Wait, Brandon, I thought you said that Matty Gibb was the Lakers fan who grew up in Pleasant Grove.

Brandon said...

Gibb and Filbert are both Pleasant Grove natives who love the Lakers. Maybe there's something in the water out there.

Matty Gibb said...

Filbert is from Pleasant Grove? Why did nobody tell me? As long as you root for the Mighty Vikings, it doesn't matter who your NBA team is.

Filbert Karo said...

Hey matty, where do you live now? I love the Vikings! I didn't know you were from PG, too!!!

Oh and I got the Lakers blood from my daddio. He grew up around there and he loved the Lakers.