Nobody took the near-simultaneous losses harder than Heat/Kings diehard fan Justin Bieber.
"I mean, no spoilers obviously, but for those of you who saw the episode ... that last scene, oh my God, right?" a still shaken George told the media after the game. "That was out of nowhere! Just, totally crazy. Needless to say, when we were done with the episode, man, we just weren't in a place to go out and get that win, you know?"
It seems that the Birdman, known for his quite unique appearance, took exception to Sager’s own inimitable look.
"Turns out Green Bay was on a team retreat to South Beach, so it all worked out really well for them unfortunately," said Nellie Scott, the NBA admin whose fatal "K" keystroke forced the Packers to take on the Heat rather than the Pacers. "It really was a bloodbath."
"When David gets back into a corner, he goes into what we call 'straight gangster mode,'" said one high-ranking NBA official. "We've all heard about how he rigged the 2002 Lakers-Kings series, but that's just the tip of it."
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After a home run off the bat of Justin Ruggiano flew halfway into the second deck, Florida resident Andy Kelley reached most of the length of two full seats to intercept the ball as it bounced by, but fell asleep in the middle of the effort.