After tonight's game there seems to be a lot of anger and venting. However take a step back and think about how we almost took down the defending champions LeBron and D-Wade!!! With a cast that is 30 wins on paper at best!!! That is a significant achievement!!! Losing this game only meant we get a better shot at a lottery pick in this year's draft and I cannot wait to see what is in store for this group as they grow and develop, while having MAX capspace the next summer where a star-studded group of PF's such as Paul Millsap and Josh Smith, etc etc, will become free agents, eager for a fresh change of scenery. Now, none of you should have expected Jeremy Lin to be a superstar. He isn't, and I knew that his signing was much more of a business move than anything else. He isn't worth the hype, nor the criticsm that he is receiving now. Those that are blaming everything on Jeremy Lin: did you think he was the second reincarnation of Jason Kidd or something? Do you really think he can be a top PG in this league? Linsanity was fu#$@# awesome, and while he was EXCELLENT last year, you've GOT to realise that he's gotta come back to earth sometime sooner than later. We have a fantastic SG in James Harden, a very well-rounded group of rookies, now its just gotta take time and a few more moves from Morey to nudge our team towards greatness. It was just one game, fellas. In the long-term, losing this game probably was at least as good as winning it. After all, it was only 1 win that separated us from Brandon Roy.