Was that not the most ridiculous night in sports history?
Kobe Bryant drops the mic on his Hall of Fame career.
The Golden State Warriors break another NBA record.
Stef Curry does what Stef Curry does.
And the NHL playoffs begin with three really good games, including an overtime thriller in St. Louis.
Let me catch my breath.
Who would’ve thought Kobe would score 60 points in the last game of his NBA career?
Only in Hollywood, I guess.
What a magical night for the Warriors, who recorded their 73rd win of the season to break the Chicago Bull’s record of 72 — set in 1995-’96.
As for Curry, he scored 46 points — including 10 three pointers — to finish the season with a remarkable 402 tri-fectas.
That obliterated the record he set last year of 286.
And I thought the Blues-Blackhawks series was going to be the best of the bunch in the 1st round of the NHL playoffs, and it didn’t disappoint last night.
These two teams want to destroy each other, and it seemed fitting that only a lucky goal in overtime would do the trick for St. Louis.
So, what’s going to happen tonight?