Long-time NBA guard Jason Terry isn’t buying the San Antonio Spurs’ explanation for the air conditioning malfunction that beset AT&T Center in Game 1 of the finals, leading to severe cramping problems for LeBron James and a defeat for the Miami Heat. Terry says there was nothing accidental about the “malfunction,” and furthermore, he accuses the Spurs of pulling this kind of stuff in the past.
Pop has done that so many times. I don’t know if it’s a conspiracy, but I’m telling you, going into San Antonio is a tough place to play…. I can remember very well one time where it was cold showers, there were about a thousand flies in the locker room. This year, there was a snake in the locker room. So, they’re going to pull out all the stops to get into your head.
A snake in the locker room? Where is Samuel L. Jackson when you need him?
In all seriousness, does anyone truly believe that the Spurs would mess with the air conditioning in their own arena just to get an advantage over the Heat?
I don’t buy it. First of all, you can’t guarantee that such a move won’t affect your own team worse than the opponent. I don’t need to remind you how old many of the Spurs’ stars are. Old people usually like it cool, not hot.
Second of all, what happens if the excessive heat in the building causes someone to have a heart attack or a stroke? Now you’ve opened yourself up to a massive lawsuit. All due respect to Jason Terry, but I don’t believe the Spurs would do a thing like that.
The snake in the locker room, now that I believe. That’s some voodoo stuff right there.