It seems like today should've been a national holiday with Stephen Curry having his MVP ceremony the day after his classic performance in the Golden State Warriors' Game 4 win against the Portland Trail Blazers last night.
I don't know about you, but I probably need more recovery time.
I'm not ready for Spurs/Thunder tonight. I haven't recovered yet. I'm not even sure I'm kidding. lol— shrillary tintin (@theshrillest) May 10, 2016
But the NBA playoffs go on tonight with the San Antonio Spurs hosting the Oklahoma City Thunder in a series tied at two games apiece.
And while we're still basking in the glow of Curry's success, OKC teammates Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook were able to celebrate a little history of their own today.
Westbrook/Durant only 4th teammates in last 30 years to finish top 5 MVP voting.— OKC THUNDER (@okcthunder) May 10, 2016
Kobe/Shaq, MJ/Pippen, Bird/McHale pic.twitter.com/JybJrMQiQ5
You all know what we want at this point: the longer this series goes to wear the Spurs and Thunder out, the better it is for the Warriors.
Enjoy the game tonight.