Four Big Things (and One Dominant Player) To Remember from the 2008-09 NBA Season

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Four Big Things (and One Dominant Player) To Remember from the 2008-09 NBA Season

This season has been crazier than Anthony Anderson was during the Kings' romping of the Knicks this past Friday in New York.

The Pacers, a team that will not be making the playoffs, beat the Lakers, Celtics, Magic, and Cavaliers all at least once this year. The Clippers beat the Celtics in L.A., only to travel to Sacramento and get run out of the gym by the worst team in the league.

Antonio McDyess was traded to the Nuggets from the Pistons, then bought out by the Nuggets and re-signed with the Pistons. Stephon Marbury went from being a banished player in New York to a key piece off the bench for the Celtics.

Is there any point to all of this? Not really.

I'm merely making observations about things that happened this year. And as this season draws to a close, there are five other things that happened I would like to honor.

How will I honor these things? By writing this mediocre article that will probably be scoffed at by just about anyone who reads it.

Here are five arbitrary things that I felt needed to be mentioned about this season.

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