Subject: Daily Blurb - October 9, 2010|
Posted by: Guru
-  Fri, Oct 29, 2010, 12:10
Quote of the day
"Honestly, I'm sick of listening every hour about Miami -- Miami that, how great they are, how big they are, what kind of record they gonna have. I get every day interviews back in Poland, people calling me about Miami, Miami, what you think about Miami? What you think about Big Three? I'm going to say the same thing: …They looking good on the paper, but they got to start winning." -- Orlando backup center Marcin Gortat
Note to John Wall, after last night’s 29-point beatdown in Orlando (that was not as close as the score suggests): “Toto, I don’t think we’re in Kentucky anymore.”
Last night’s 9-0 World Series game actually was closer than the score suggests – until the Texas bullpen imploded in the 8th inning. Actually, that performance was somewhat reminiscent of their first game against the Yankees, except that Texas blew a 5-1 lead in that game. This time, they were already down 2 when the meltdown occurred. Amazingly, reliever Darren O’Day started the inning with two swinging strikeouts. Then it was single-walk-walk-walk-walk-single-triple-double-strikeout. 7 runs. Yikes.
There are still many scoring errors in the RotoHog hoops games. I count about 80 players with incorrect stats, most who have been shorted by a few fantasy points. I assume they’ll eventually get it right, although I haven’t seen any acknowledgment from RotoHog that they are even aware of this. I think that the points I am reporting at RotoGuru are correct.