04.28.06

History Lessons With Peter Vescey

Posted in Basketball at 12:56 pm by

In addition to predicting Mike Brown’s strategy before tonight’s Cavs/Wizards Game 3 (“maybe Brown will insist James post up more often. Maybe he’ll simply clear out the paint and give James a thoroughfare of green, yellow and red lights to stampede through. Maybe he’ll focus his attention/strategy instead on defending Gilbert Arenas, who has notched 45 points in two games. Or maybe, just maybe, Brown will dictate that Zydrunas Ilgauskas is infinitely more involved than a skimpy 4-for-7 in Game 1 and 3-for-13 in Game 2.”), the New York Post’s Peter Vescey plays This Date In History.

This week marks the 20th anniversary of Chernobyl. For those younger readers in the audience, Chernobyl is the largest disaster in the history of the world not owned by Cablevision.

One Response to “History Lessons With Peter Vescey”

  1. dat dude says:

    that’s actually a pretty good line

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