#TaniaOnTheScene - Go ahead and be afraid, New Yorkers. Your basketball team just wore black to another team’s burial — a really dumb thing to do — only for that team to rise from the crypt and turn this first-round series into something more frightening than a zombie film.
So yes, be afraid, Knicks fans. Be very, very afraid.
Long before this 92-86 loss in Game 5, Doc Rivers had already addressed the 2004 Red Sox with his 2013 Boston Celtics. As he walked with two reporters from Wednesday night’s postgame news conference to his Madison Square Garden locker room and talked about catching the early bus home, Rivers was asked by ESPNNewYork.com if he’d brought up the historic 2004 ALCS with his team.
Among the smartest guys in sports, Doc Rivers almost never gets boxed in by a question. He was boxed in here.
“Well, I’ll just say we talked about something in that realm,” he said. “I’m not going to give you what we talked about, but it’s a guy. We’ve talked about people in — yes, so I’m not going to say what.”
The first day of the NFL Draft was Thursday, April 26, 2012. For those of you who don’t care about football, or sports in general, I made these interviews really fun and quirky. So ladies, please watch it; I know you’ll enjoy it too. #TaniaOnTheScene of a rooftop event for a Pre-Draft NFL party. I got to talk to some of the football players that hope to get picked up by an NFL team. #TaniaSuggests you check out the clip below:
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