To put the following quote in context, Bill Simmons of ESPN is writing about the Cavaliers-Clippers game yesterday. This is a hillarious quote about the final shot of the game by Zach Randolph.
The fans are in disbelief. Randolph's teammates are in disbelief. Dunleavy is making a face that my friend Sal later describes as a face I have never seen a human being make before. What ensued in the next 20 seconds could best be described like this: Imagine being trapped in one of those big hospital elevators with eight other people. One of them pulls his pants down and just starts going to the bathroom -- not No. 1 but No. 2. At that specific moment, the doors open for the next floor. How fast would everyone else in the elevator flee for the door? Lightning-fast, right? Like, Usain Bolt-level fast, right? That was the entire stadium after Z-Bo's air ball. He basically took a dump on the 3-point line.
The entire article is a nice microcosm of what I think is probably one of the worst run franchises in the NBA (Golden State used to hold that title). A great read for all basketball enthusiasts.