Last night in Boston, the Celtics handed the Lakers a 39-point drubbing, not only winning the NBA Championship, but making Kobe Bryant and Phil Jackson look like a couple of baboons.
The Lakers needed some humbling, and who better to do it than first-time champions Coach Doc Rivers, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce?
I have never seen such a deserving team beat such an undeserving team so bad.
Despite the eye poking, the bogus calls and the Lakers' reputation, the Celtics were like the team of old: full of cooperative, unselfish players who did whatever it took to defend and score.
Unlike the jaded L.A. fans, the Celtics fans stood for nearly the whole game- cheering, singing and applauding their team at every possession, rebound and made shot.
My Spurs may have fallen to the Lakers in the conference finals, but the Celtics were like big brothers who came in and kicked their arrogant, sorry asses.
Hey Kobe! Suck it!