It finally happened. On Wednesday night, one of the longest streaks in NBA history came to a screeching halt.
That's right; for the first time in decades, venerable Boston Celtics commentator Tommy Heinsohn went an entire game without referring to the Celtics as "we" or "us."
Actually, I have no idea if that's true. It probably isn't.
But the Chicago Bulls did end the Miami Heat's epic winning streak at 27 games. So that'll have to suffice as the lead story in a 14-game NBA slate that boasted everything from the first signs of tanking in Phoenix to a nail-biting buzzer-beater by Jeff Green in Boston.
Plus, Brandon Jennings took an early seat in Milwaukee, Roy Hibbert stood tall in a big win over the Houston Rockets and Kobe Bryant got away with one on Ricky Rubio.
Wednesday night's NBA schedule had something for everyone. Unless, of course you were hoping for a 28th-straight win for the Heat. If that's the case, it might be best to just move on.