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A Visual Summary of Game 2's Excitement

Don't think the players don't realize that this series is not nationally beloved. When Damon Jones was refusing to divulge details of his pre-game handshake routine, we pointed out that he would soon be handshaking in front of a national television audience.

"We're on NBA TV," he reminded us.

Then we argued that at least the arena would be full.

"We might not have 20,000 tonight," he responded. "The Indians are playing. Hey, on the way in I saw lots of people going into the stadium."

And even though it got pretty loud in Loudville at times, there was still something muted, something NBA TV about the whole affair. Which is why Ian Eagle's understated dance moves, seen here, seemed perfectly appropriate to the moment. I believe Dr. Jack, sitting next to him, was also attempting to dance throughout this video. Dude just doesn't move much any more. Incidentally, if Comcast SportsNet wanted, I'm sure they could find footage of me dancing a bit more enthusiastically than this duo while in my TV person chair 105 minutes before Wednesday's tip. Also Chick Hernandez. He was getting down.

Note: While this is quite literally yesterday's news, it was e-mailed to me several times, and I'd feel incomplete as a Cavs-Wizards blogger if I didn't include it.

By Dan Steinberg  |  April 27, 2007; 9:24 AM ET
Categories:  Wizards  
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I think we will spare the world the footage of the tremendous rhythm displayed by the man from buffalo and cuban chick ...

Posted by: littles | April 27, 2007 1:58 PM | Report abuse

thank god someone posted this. my friends and i must have looped it 20 times for it was the high point of the game. we all wondered "what would steinberg think?" which could be made into a bracelet...

Posted by: russell | April 27, 2007 2:09 PM | Report abuse

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