No way. Berger's wrong. Sorry, Ken. I like a good pot-stirring as much as the next guy, but there's no way SVG -- whom I like -- was talking about me in the money quote near the end of Berger's blog today.
The quote came about as SVG was discussing his team's ability to bounce back, time after time after time, and used that to defang the theory that Orlando has choked away this series. (My theory, by the way.) Anyway, here's the key part of the quote:
"It's an amazing quality some people have to be able to ignore every piece of evidence and fact and still have their opinion."
No way SVG is talking about me, because I didn't ignore facts. I listed them:
Courtney Lee's miss in Game 2. All those free throws in Game 4. All the missed shots in the final seven minutes. The turnovers. Jameer Nelson's brain lock that allowed Derek Fisher to tie the game at the end of regulation.
I don't know who SVG was talking about, but it wasn't me. Except the part about "amazing quality." I have plenty of those. You see my new mugg shot? It only gets better, the farther south you go.