A demand from heaven to bestow something divine, ecstasy, madness, happiness – except on those who suffered it – descended on Cleveland last night. Maybe he met Kobe, maybe he was just in ecstasy and chatting with him and ‘The Black Mamba’ suggested to Donovan Mitchell to do something that would shake the NBA, shake the world. Just Kobe, to whom you have to go back to recall a vandalism similar to and better than the giant craziness of this past morning: Donovan, surnamed Mitchell and nicknamed ‘Spida’, point guard or shooting guard, from the Cleveland Cavaliers team and the unfortunate few Watching the Chicago Bulls who lost because it could not be otherwise (145-134), he descended from heaven to rise to the NBA Olympus with 71 points.
In the same month, on January 23, 2006, the Kobe 80s happened, as if history’s fads were indeed special signs. That night Phil Jackson had to restrain him by benching him so as not to ‘invade’ the honor of Wilt Chamberlain’s legendary 100 but Cavs coach JB Bickerstaff had no choice but to ‘let him go’. So that he can do as much damage as possible, so that he can violently disperse his tons of talent.
18 At halftime (47-65) in Ohio, history will never forget his story, as the Cavs came back in overtime with epic overtones, as it was Mitchell who gave them a daring nod to his ‘predecessor’ Luka Doncic. Was called along. With his 60 points against the Knicks: missed the last free kick on aim, rebound and inside (130-130). Only genius can outrun genius.
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