Who said that the playoffs have been borin’? Well playas…they haven’t been watchin’ Boston and Washington go at it. On Friday night these boyz met in the middle of the street, took their shirts off and scrapped like some old school G’s! When the dust finally settled Washington walked out of the joint with a 92-91 Game 6 win to send this thing to Boston for a Game 7!
Washington’s back court went nuts in the back and forth fourth quarter to lead these duns out of the foolishness and into Boston on Sunday night. They scored 23 of the Wizard’s 26 fourth quarter points. Beal had a game high 33 on a boy and John Wall stepped up with ice in his veins with 3.5 seconds to play to knock down a three to win the game as he finished with 26 points.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Boston got, like my old school coaches used to say, Washington’s dandruff when they showed up in the buildin’ wearin’ all black like they were about to lay these boyz to rest. John Wall and Co. took offense to it and stepped their game up to prevent any such thing.
“It was just funny to me. It was kind of copy-catting what we did.” As Wall suggests because his Wizards rocked some dark outfits before a regular-season game between these two teams. “It was in my mind throughout the game that I didn’t want them to come here, wear all black, and basically call it a funeral.”
On some real talk, it was kind of bold and hood fabulous at the same time. They talked noise without sayin’ a word bruh! That’s part of growin’ up in the hood. You’ve got to give the Celtics their props for comin’ into the joint with some swagger. In the world I live in that’s called entertainment!!!
This Game 7 should be NUTS to watch because somethings got to give. The home team has won 10 out of 10 games this season between these guys. There have been four regular season games and six playoff joints. The ultimate question here is, can John Wall and Co. do what they haven’t been able to do all season and that’s to beat the C’s on Big Momma’s front porch in front of Pookie nem?
It should be great to see and I’ll be tuned in to see what really happens. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Old School G’s: noun – gangsta’s in the hood that would fight in the street and nobody would end up dead. They would fight, shake hands and walk away. Those were the days.
2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
3) Pookie nem: noun – family and friends
The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!