Wednesday, January 11

Berserker!

Seattle SuperSonics' Ray Allen, left, gets a arm to the face by Orlando Magic's Keyon Dooling during NBA basketball action in the second quarter Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2006 in Seattle. Moments later both Allen and Dooling were ejected from the game for fighting. (AP Photo/Jim Bryant)
"You shall soon feel my wrath, Mr. Dooling!"

Don't mess with Ray-Ray.

After receiving one too many hard fouls from Keyon Dooling, Ray Allen turned into Chuck Norris, putting the beat-down on Key-Doo. The fight spilled into the stands and looked eerily like last year's Artest Fest. Luckily, this is Seattle and we are all pussies, so the fisticuffs ended quickly.

Inspired by Raging Ray, the Sonics went on to beat the Magic 113-104, leading by as many as 20 points in the second half.

Rashard Lewis carried the team with 45 points, while Lil' Frodo chipped in with 23 points, including 4-4 from three-point range.

8 comments:

b_con said...

I was at Key Arena. It was great. When Swift was chosen by Orlando the crowd all started cheering, when he made the first one it went a little crazy, after the second swish it was nuts. Dwight Howard, I must say, got schooled by the 2 centers. He sucked until the last 5 minutes. He must've turned it over 3 tims in the first 10 plays. It was mad fun though. Potato is crap compared to the younguns. Great game, Vlade posterized Cato, and thats what matters.

Paul Merrill said...

I can't believe I'm saying this, but Swift actually looked good out there. I even saw him do that weird Sikma pivot jump-shot. Nice work, Swifty!

Lance Uppercut said...

Is there any video of the throw down? I've never known a guy named "Keyon" who wasn't a bitch.

Paul Merrill said...

I'll try to track down the video, Lance. They played it on FSN about 3000 times last night.

Rich King said...

Ha - watching Dooling haul ass down the hallway in an effort to find Ray was classic.

Petro and Swift in '06!

Paul Merrill said...

Yeah, it looked like the WWF. Ray-Ray vs Key-Doo in a steel cage! Pay Per View!

Nuss said...

Am I the only one who immediately thought of Wes Matthews after hearing about the fight?

Paul Merrill said...

Dag, Nuss, get out of my mind! (see above post)