LOS ANGELES, Calif. Having seen Katheryn Bigelows depiction of the hunt for Osama bin Laden in the War on Terror thriller Zero Dark Thirty over the weekend, it became more and more clear that it is the motion picture equivalent of watching the Los Angeles Clippers during their franchise-redefining 14-game winning streak.
Both offer scintillating, dont-want-to-stop-watching-when-it-ends entertainment over the glut of their two and a half hour run times and will be worthy of awards and individual accolades when it comes time to recognize such feats. While they offer vastly different subject matters, both have the same foregone conclusion.
The Clippers 112-100 win over the Denver Nuggets (15-14) at Staples Center Tuesday night was about as surprising as watching Osama end up in a body bag.
But what excitement in getting there! Following the first Christmas Day doubleheader floor transition in Staples Center history and a second quarter in which Lob City scored on 11 consecutive pos...