Sunday, May 16, 2004

Kings win game six!

Sharon, Jack and I went to game six of the Western Conference Semifinals between the Kings and the Timberwolves. It was an early 12:30 p.m. start. Sharon sat in one of suites with Lew Gasper and Rudy Jugoz, while Jack and I sat in our season ticket seats.

Last year, Larkin and I saw the Kings win game six of the semifinal series between the Kings and Dallas. This year, I got a chance to see the Kings beat the Wolves by a score of 104 to 87.

I get very frustrated with the inconsistency of the refereeing the NBA. As a fan, it seems that even within games they will call something a foul one time, but the next time let it go. On Friday, Derrick Martin and Brad Miller were involved in an exchange and both players were ejected from the game. Today, Anthony Peeler and Kevin Garnet were involved in an interchange. Peeler was ejected, while Garnett got a fragrant foul. It is hard for me to understand why if Garnett got a fragrant foul but he was not ejected from the game.

After the game, we dinner at Joe's Crab Shack on Front Street in Old Sacramento. We had a table on the deck overlooking the river and the Tower Bridge.

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