Stanley Johnson 22 Points Full Highlights (2/4/2016)

So I guess the Pistons blew a 26-point lead against the Knicks but managed to win anyway. I didn’t watch the game so I don’t know who I should point my scepter of blame towards, but it’s probably not going to be Stanley Johnson. If you score a career-high nothing is ever your fault because you performed better than anybody expected (at least on the offensive side of the ball). Stanley Johnson also had a plus-minus of +11. I know that plus-minus doesn’t mean anything in the context of a single game but I’m just throwing it out there.

I would swing my scepter of blame upon Steve Blake, but he didn’t even get into the game. If I wanted to reach a bit I could say that he wasn’t waving enough towels or giving enough dap, but that would feel forced. The scepter of blame is not to be pointed in haste. Stan Van Gundy is another candidate to receive blame since he probably didn’t call enough timeouts or fix lineups or something like that. Maybe he should have the scepter aimed towards him so he can receive his deserved blame.

Since the Pistons did in fact get the win, perhaps the scepter of blame does not need to be pointed at all. With greatest reverence, I replace the scepter in its ceremonial covering and set it in the gilded tabernacle that houses it. It will rest peacefully until it is needed again.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.