The Utah Jazz played defense. They made shots. They even had their first lead of the series. They held Klay Thompson to 11% from the field. 11 percent. Curry was limited to 30% from field goal range. Didn't matter. Why? Kevin Durant had 38 points and 57 percent field goal average.
The Christmas season makes December birthday's difficult for many people. My wife is one of them. She's very frugal; borderline miserly. Any money we do have, it's typically spent on gifts for the family and food for holiday parties. This year wasn't much different but she did allow herself to get a nice steak and lobster dinner at Black Angus.
What separates one radio play-by-play broadcaster from another? How do we determine the best of the best? Obviously, we all have our subjective focuses, but I think one's ability to describe the action universally sets announcers apart. We're all supposed to keep listeners informed of time and score. So if that's king, I'd say description is queen.
If you don't know about the food at Il Fornaio, it's legit. For the second year, my wife went to eat at a buffet - yes, a buffet - at the Italian restaurant but this buffet style is only exclusive to the fundraising event the Wrapworks program of the San Diego Center for Children puts on. And the only ticket of admission is purchasing gifts for the children with a total value of at least $25.