Tuesday, March 23, 2004

Like watching a train wreck in slow motion

I went out to the Intel Campus in Folsom and had lunch with Sherry. She and I browsed Intel's Information Technology Innovation Center. The center was doing a brown bag presentation so it was not the best time to wander around. The three projects that I did look at included: picture frames and mirrors built around laptops; a digital home entertainment including a media center PC and some linksys wireless components; and an office configuration using bluetooth for mice, keyboards and printers.

Jack and I went to the Sacramento Kings versus Milwaukee Bucks game. The Kings lost to the Bucks by a score of 112 to 101. Over the last two weeks, the Kings have looked nothing like the team that I have watched most of the year; their offensive is out of sync and disjointed. During the whole game, I felt like I was watching a train wreck in slow motion.

While I am not sure that all of the blame can be placed on Weber, it is clear that working him back into the line-up has had an impact. Weber was 4 for 18 against Houston on Sunday night and 7 for 23 against Milwaukee tonight.

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