Sunday, July 7, 2013

Top 10 Players in the NBA / Top 10 "Cheap American Beers" (#9)

For an explanation of what the hell this is and to see who/what checked in at #10 please go here.  

Today we continue our co-current countdown of the top 10 Players in the NBA and the top 10 "Cheap American Beers".

#9: Paul George/ Coors Light

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The mere fact that PG24 did this to the obnoxious punk ass Birdman warrants his being on this list.  Additionally, Paul George is LeBron James Lite and he was named that NBA's most improved player in 2013.  Like the King (spoiler alert:  LeBron will be featured in this series), Paul George contributes across the board and is a fantastic perimeter defender.  From, check out PG's across the boards improvements in his first 3 years.  
'10-'11 611920.72.9-6.5.4530.7-2.3.2971.3-1.7.7620.
'11-'12 666629.74.3-9.7.4401.4-3.5.3852.2-2.8.8020.
'12-'13 797937.66.2-14.9.4192.2-5.9.3622.8-3.5.8071.

Oh yeah, also of note:  I like the Pacers.

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You think your beer is cold?  FUCK YOU!  It is not nearly as cold as a COORS LIGHT!  Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.  Got a high fever?  Air Conditioning out?  Just pound a few Coors Lights and you will be shivering in no time.  In all honesty, I do not quite understand the cold obsession.  In fact, I have heard that the colder something is, the less terrible it tastes.  I think that is why liquid antibiotics are refrigerated (maybe?).

Whatever the case, the coldness is not the reason for Coors Light making this list.  Coors Light checks in on the list because it was an integral part of one of my fondest memories of being a young man.  My buddies and I were tailgating a Cardinals game during the John L. Smith era about 9 am.  I was gulping down some Coors Light, crushing the cans and throwing them on the ground, one after another.  Some would say I was putting on quite a show.  It was right around time to walk in when a buddy of mine said "wow, you're really tearing through those Coors Lights".  Compliments do not get better than that.

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