In case you missed it there was a little fracas in last night’s Houston Rockets Los Angeles Lakers game. There were shoves, punches, some spitting (allegedly), and this afternoon the inevitable suspensions. Watch the video of the spitting here and then read my expert analysis and expose of the true story the NBA doesn’t want you to know.
Now the allegation from the Rockets is that Rajon Rondo spit on Chris Paul, but if you’ll indulge me. Notice that Chris Paul’s head moves back and to the left, back and to the left, back and to the left. I am saying that the spit could not have come from Rondo, that there had to have been a second spitter. But that is not what the NBA would have you believe.
The spit proceeds to ricochet off of Chris Paul’s temple striking Carmelo Anthony between the third and forth rib. The spit then came off the rib turned and hit Anthony in the right wrist causing him to drop his headband. The spit then splashed off the wrist, Pauses In mid air mind you- makes a left turn and lands on LeBron James's left thigh. The only explanation is that the spit did not come from Rondo, but from the seat of Earvin Johnson, the Laker’s President of Basketball Operations.
Making this one magic luggie.