The Utah Jazz just defeated the Golden State Warriors in overtime to take a 2-0 series lead. This is one of those games that has legend written all over it. Not only did it have intense, end-to-end action (well, at least until the overtime period), but it has so many ongoing subplots. Derek Fisher’s daughter’s cancer diagnosis and surgery. His gameday flight from New York City to Salt Lake City. His Willis Reed-type entry into the game, stellar defense on Baron Davis, and HUGE overtime three pointer. Dee Brown’s injury. (Our best to both young Miss Fisher and Dee Brown–get better soon.) A hobbled Baron Davis continues to astound–yet another flat-footed three pointer from the wing with the shot clock winding down and a defender in his mug; to quote my man Thirst, “king sized water bed, plasma screen, blah blah blah.” Golden State continues to hit an ungodly percentage of their three-point attempts (and grouse about an even higher percentage of foul calls). Andrei Kirilenko wipes away the tears from his disappointing first round performance and channels the great ghosts of point forwards past, right in front of Don Nelson. And, Deron Williams matures right before our eyes.