Friday, June 20, 2008


Last week we asked you to use the Shakese term "brav" in a sentence, with the winner getting a shout out. DJ wins, for criticizing our lack of shout outs. But, since he mocked us, he doesn't get a shout out. How do you like that, DJ? Oh, wait, I think in telling him we wouldn't should him out, we actually did. Curse you, DJ!

For this week's Game Time, we are going to introduce a little game we like to call Headliners. Or, Headline Makers. Or Editor in Chief. Okay, so we don't really have a name for it yet. The point is, this is how you play. We give you a brief summary of a newspaper article, and you get to pick the headline. We will pick the best one in the next Game Time. Here is the article:

The Boston Celtics win their 17th NBA Championship, destroying the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 6, 131-92. For Phil Jackson, the loss means he is still tied with former Celtic coach Red Auerbach for most NBA titles with nine. Paul Pierce was named series MVP.

Okay, that's the article. Your job is to come up with a clever headline to that article. Ours is this:

Big Three Win #17 in Six: 131-92, Statisticians Explode.

Post your answer in the comments.


  1. Celtics Beat Tinsel Town

  2. Defeat Leaves Phil Jackson Seeing Red

  3. Beantown Bakes; Kobe Beefs

  4. Super Celtics Seal Seventeenth

  5. Celtics beat Lakers; Curse of the Shaq-bino Continues

  6. No Shaq, No Chance
    Celtics ease past Fakers

  7. Boston Massacre:
    Lakers team brutally beaten to death by Notorious Big Three. Odom and Gasol still missing.