Why don’t we do it on the road?

The announcer, watching the replay said "he's got the ball on a string" meaning amazing control of it, like  magician, and he jumped off the wrong foot to make this left hand layup, to make it 93-85 in Game 5, home, but setting up the chance to close out the Cavs tonite on the road; Cleveland rocks, you betcha.

The announcer, watching the replay said “he’s got the ball on a string” meaning amazing control of it, like magician, and he jumped off the wrong foot to make this left hand layup, to make it 93-85 in Game 5, home, but setting up the chance to close out the Cavs tonite on the road; Cleveland rocks, you betcha.

ON the next possession, Curry steps back and shoots over Dellanova, who was in good position otherwise, to make it, 96-86, on the way to 104-91; it was knotted at 75-all.

ON the next possession, Curry steps back and shoots over Dellanova, who was in good position otherwise, to make it, 96-86, on the way to 104-91; it was knotted at 75-all.

And if you have 5 minutes to spare here, in 1985 April back at Philly Spectrum (a basketbal and hockey gym, for awhile) is Grateful Dead doing as first song of 2 hour show, “Why Don’t We Do It in The Road?” which I have adopted to fit, in Plastic Alto sense, the urgency of the Warriors tonite.

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About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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