ESPN Gives Gay (and Herrington) Some Love 

From ESPN.com: Chris Herrington of the Memphis Flyer took the night off from being a journalist to sit in the stands and cheer with friends. He picked a good one:

"I couldn't have asked for a better game to take off the media pass and act a fool. It was great fun to be on my feet with the fans when Rudy Gay hit that game winner last night.

"What made it even better was the awesome video the blasted from the Jumbotron seconds after Rudy hit the shot: Rudy dancing and smiling to Usher's 'Yeah' while Kyle Lowry and Hakim Warrick backed him up like the Pips to Rudy's Gladys. I don't think the team has shown that before - and should probably be judicious in its use -- but in that moment, it was perfect ...

See the article and the game-winning clip here, and check out the rest of Chris' column at Beyond the Arc.

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