Before we discuss the New York Knicks' three-game win streak, we'd like to report a recent nationwide Amber Alert for this youngster:
His name is Timofey Mozgov. Born: July, 16 1986. Age: 25. Last seen: Los Angeles, California, United States. He answers to "Timmy," "Tina Fey," "Moz," "Drago" and "Boris." He loves basketball and is usually seen wearing a New York Knicks jersey, as they are his favorite team. Please call your local authorities if you see him.
We're also on the lookout for the man believed to be involved in his disappearance:
Footage from a recent attack has surfaced and gives reason to believe that Blake Griffin (above) may have absconded with little Timofey shortly after this weekend's contest between the Los Angeles Clippers and the missing child's beloved Knicks.
Ill Will's miss to end regulation was a mere microcosm of The Proud Ones' current three-game losing streak. During the comeback from 19 points down, it appeared as if the Knicks had realized that they need not depend on the long ball for survival--especially when, with the exception of Andris Biedrins, the Golden State Warriors have exactly zero players interested in interior defense. During their ascent, the Knicks had miraculously figured out how to attack the paint. As anyone who has ever played organized basketball knows, a few baskets dropping induces confidence--a critical aspect of making shots.
Gilbert Subpoeans was watching the game live from Madison Square Garden at Section 313. Shoutouts to Eminem and everyone at 8 Mile. The Proud Franchise would also like to give a shoutout to my boys, Ben and Eric. They are season ticket holders who are very willing to sell tickets to your boy, so I can see the renaissance live and in person. Anytime I attend a game this year will probably be because of these two fine gentlemen, so I want to give them a TPF salute.