AT&T CENTER--Seated in press row, overlooking the court from the upper deck, one could see the play as it unfolded. As Manu Ginobili set a screen for Tony Parker, who dragged the defensive attention of Harrison Barnes and Jarret Jack along with him, leaving Kent Brazemore to decide between an open Diaw and Ginobili.
Ginobili sank the three-pointer, the Spurs sank the Golden State Warriors, and for at least the night, analysis stopped there.
Press row erupted, not necessarily in celebration of the San Antonio Spurs victory, but in celebration of a game that provided everything we cold ask for and more. For moments throughout the game there were no beat writers, there were no bloggers. NBA scouts, coaches, and even players--save for the 10 battling it out on the court--ceased to exist.
For the night, everybody was just a fan.no comments