Forget about Lou Williams scoring fifty for a minute. We all knew in the back of our heads that he was going to do drop a fifty-burger some day. His recent resume includes multiple forty-point games so it was just a matter of time. So that’s not even exciting. Don’t even think about that. Instead, think about the fact that Tyrone Wallace, the last pick of the 2016 draft, was playing in his third NBA game and scored 22 points. In my opinion, that is a crazier occurrence than known scoring machine Lou “Two Chicks at the Same Time, Man” Williams dropping fifty.
It would be easy to make comparisons to that other sixtieth-overall pick who has seen success in the NBA, but I’m not going to make those comparisons even if such a comparison would allow me to easily pad the length of my video description with meaningless words. Wallace deserves to be treated as an individual and not just benchmarked against other players. Unfortunately, I don’t know anything about him and I can’t predict whether this will be the best game of his career or whether it will be looked back on as just the first good game of a long and successful career, so I’m going to have to end the description here without offering any further insight.