Tonight wasn’t Curtis Painter’s NFL debut – he went 8 for 28 in 2009 in two games worth of relief work. Tonight did signal Painter’s first real chance at being a professional quarterback in a game that hadn’t already been decided. With Kerry Collins out with a concussion, Painter entered into a tie ballgame. He was greeted by a cameraman. The fact that the first person to hit Painter tonight was a cameraman was a shock to everyone. [@CJZero]
Klay Thompson exploded for 19 consecutive points in the third period of Game 4 on Tuesday night.
Matt Harvey didn’t speak with reporters after another bad start Tuesday night.
The Miami Marlins are now suing several season ticket holders and former stadium vendors.
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Bismack Biyombo has been using Dikembe Mutombo’s finger wag without permission.
“He makes my sister happy, and I’m happy he does that.”
19th hole is always calling for Daly.