Tonight was a battle of the Harrisons: Shaquille Harrison (who is a worse version of Russell Westbrook) vs. Aaron Harrison (who is a worse version of Andrew Harrison). Not a widely anticipated or publicized matchup, but I’ve had this game circled on my calendar for months. Actually I only circled it just yesterday, but at least I noticed that it was happening. Everyone else is too busy worrying about “playoff seeds”. I don’t even know what that phrase means. Do the Suns care about “playoff seeds”? No, so neither should anyone else.
Shaquille came out ahead on the matchup, and it wasn’t really that close. Aaron scored a decent amount of points (actually a career-high for him), but Shaq’s career-high tonight was higher, and more efficient, and more exciting, and he also had a career-high in assists. Basically, this was the best game Shaq has played thus far, and who knows, it might end up being his best ever.
Basically, what I’m saying is, you should watch this video. It has a windmill dunk in it, it has a putback dunk in it, and it has an alley-oop dunk in it. All by Harrison. That’s three different kinds of dunks, and you get to see them all.