Last night's performance by Atlanta's Al Horford was summed up perfectly by Sactown Royalty's Tom Ziller:
Why not? He did everything else in the Hawks' overtime win over the Spurs. As Atlanta clinched a playoff spot, Horford scored 22 points and grabbed 18 rebounds, nine of which were offensive. And mind you, he did all this against a front line that includes the greatest power forward of all time.
So how'd that matchup work out, anyways?
Um... Yeah. It was like that. If the torch wasn't officially passed last night—Timmy had 29 and 13 of his own—don't worry, it's coming soon.