Friedrich Nietzche, the German philosopher, once said, “It is impossible to suffer without making someone pay for it; every complaint already contains revenge.” Frank Sinatra took a squig of his liquor, sat back and whispered, “The best revenge is massive success.” Then William Shakespeare pulled off his player loafers, unbuttoned his collar and shouted, “If you prick us do we not bleed? If you tickle us do we not laugh? If you poison us do we not die? And if you wrong us shall we not revenge?”
Well playas…the Chicago Bulls pricked, tickled, poisoned and wronged the Indiana Pacers last week up in the Chi when they beat the dog snot out of them 118-101. So on Saturday the Bulls rolled into town thinkin’ that they would run into the same set of cats, hit a quick lick and get right back out of town. Unfortunately, they got carjacked at the light as soon as they pulled unto Big Momma’s street. The Pacers came out of the bushes on a boy, caught them sleepin’ with the windows down and the music playin’ too loud. When the dust finally settled the boyz from Naptown had beaten the brakes off of a Chicago team that was on the back end of a back to back 111-94.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! It’s the NBA bruh! Just because you beat a boy one week doesn’t mean that you’re guaranteed to run up on them and beat them again. The Bulls made quick work of the Pacers up on the west side of Chicago last weekend. Indiana gave up all kinds of sneakers and jewelry, Garrett’s Popcorn and Harold’s Chicken.
But guess what playa, they had to come to Nap and boyz already knew that they would stop by the Kountry Kitchen and Long’s, get full, let the windows down in the ride and turn the music up. That’s called bein’ comfortable. So when they pulled onto Pennsylvania Ave about 7pm eastern standard time boyz were waitin’. The Pacers came out of the bushes shootin’ like crazy knockin’ down a season high 12 3-pointers and forcin’ 18 turnovers.
Jeff Teague let a boy know real quick that he was at the crib when he came out shootin’! He picked up 21 points aggressively. C.J. Miles didn’t show any mercy firin’ into the driver’s door hiitin’ 20 off of the bench and knockin’ down 4 shots from behind the arc. Myles Turner had 16 with 4 blocks while Paul George finished with 13 points and 7 rebounds.
The Pacers were already up 20 points and beatin’ the brakes off of these duns when PG was called for a foul. He got so frustrated by the call that he kicked the ball into the stands. Unfortunately, it hit a fan and ole boy was ejected with 13 and a half minutes left to play. However, the homies were able to keep poundin’ the Bulls playin’ great defense and takin’ advantage of the fact they were playin’ on a full stomach.
One thing the Bulls should learn from this trip to Indy bruh. Don’t eat too much soul food and always keep the windows up rollin’ through the hood. Stop when I start lyin’!
1) Garrett’s Popcorn and Harold’s Chicken: nouns- Chicago based restaurants that boy have to hit when they go up there.
2) Kountry Kitchen Soul Food and Long’s Donuts: nouns – Indianapolis restaurants that boyz hit for sure when they swing through.
3) Squig: verb – to sip something to drink, That’s an old school Gary, Indiana term bruh.
4) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its REAL talk!