The NBA playoffs are not even a week old, and already there have been last-second thrillers in Oklahoma City, an All-Star suspended for bumping a ref, a stunning comeback in Memphis and Amare Stoudemire smashing a glass case with his fist.
Then there's the San Antonio Spurs and Utah Jazz.
What's passed for drama in this series came Tuesday when Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was surprised with the NBA Coach of the Year award - and even that hardly qualified as unexpected. The Jazz aren't even shaking up their lineup for Game 2 on Wednesday night, despite Josh Howard's ineffective return to the starting five.
Down 0-1, the Jazz don't want playoff craziness or drama. They just need a win.
''In the playoffs you never know what's going to happen, so you have to continue to play and you'll have opportunities if you continue to fight,'' Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin said Tuesday.
''Fight may be the wrong word. Bump. Well, you can't bump, either,'' said Corbin, laughing, alluding to Ce...