I figure if I just keep doing highlights, it’s like the regular season is still going on, that all these role-players and scrubs and sub-scrubs (looking at you, Furkan Korkmaz) still have more chances to show their worth in the NBA. I don’t want to stop. I’m not going to stop. This is video number 30 for the day, which seems like a lot, but 257 NBAers appeared in games on April the Eleventh, The Year Of Our Lord Two-Thousand And Eighteen. I’m not even close to done.
Trey Burke was one of the better stories of the year, even if people kinda forgot about him as the Knicks, neither blatantly tanking nor playoff-bound, faded away into obscurity without Porzingis. That 42-point/12-assist game he had was one of the craziest performances of the year, if not the craziest (ignoring Alec Peters for now because I don’t believe that really happened). He’s re-established himself as a legit NBA player, and I couldn’t be happier for him.
He frickin’ looks like Allen Iverson. That’s the best part about all this, I think. Now excuse me while I watch vids of rookie AI crossing over Michael Jordan.