Kings Show Off Big Balls vs. Bulls in 35-Point Comeback Win

The greatest comeback in sports history has long been tabbed as the Frank Reich-led Bills comeback in 1993. In that game, the Bills trailed 35-3 with just under 30 minutes left to play in the game.  The Bills miraculously won 42-40.

The Kings may have just trumped that comeback on Monday night (if only it weren’t a meaningless December game).  Trailing by 35 points (see picture below) with just under 21 minutes left in a game where you can only score two-to-three points at a time (albeit provided with many more possessions), rookie Tyreke Evans and the Kings marched all the way back and defeated the hapless Bulls 102-98.

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35-point deficit!  On the road!  It’s inconceivable.  The Kings outscored the Bulls in the final 21 minutes, 58-19.  In the final four minutes, they outscored the Bulls 19-3.  Yikes.

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Obviously, there were a lot of big shots for the Kings in those final 21 minutes, but the biggest shot of all was probably that from rookie sensation Tyreke Evans.  He hit a huge two pointer as the shot clock was expiring to put the Kings up three with under a minute left.  Adding to it, the ‘Big Balls dance’ ensued.

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Or maybe it was the small balls dance (his hands don’t go much lower), but the right idea is there.

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Tyreke may need to work on his “Big Balls Dance” by taking a peek at the following two videos:

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And Kobe displaying his rather large balls dance:

The Kings comeback spoke for the size of their balls, without the ‘Big Balls Dance,’ but Evans’ dance was a nice touch.  I’m sure it, the loss not the balls, is going to leave a mighty sour taste in the Bulls mouths for a long time. Gargle, rinse, and repeat…over and over again. 

Highlights of the game… more balls.

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