I understand that these 8K cameras are a fun and new game for TV producers. We’ve seen him come on stage for the past NFL season after touchdowns. WWE has been a big fan of them too. They certainly create fresh-looking shots at opportune moments when you try to look at a guy and make him look epic. It’s like a mini theatrical entrance.
But did this guy need it?
Okay, Phoenix will go a little disappointed with the Suns ’success, and taking a 2-0 lead to put Phoenix to just two wins away from its first title. But ABC went a little bonker with the crowd’s 8K hits after big droughts. One thing is to frame Patrick Mahomes or Aaron Rodgers this way after a throw or run TD and the game is stopped. I’m not sure why Tony The Fuckaround needs the same frame while spilling a quarter of his $ 12 beer on his Devin Booker or Ryker jersey in Section 112 that gives a high kick to the girl behind him. This is to use games for the use of games. Jeff Goldblum told us three decades ago that just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should.
Not that the kid on the plane here will ever find a way to monetize this shot or make himself famous for 11 seconds. Now we have a bunch of fans in Milwaukee doing shit for that. Walter from Piggly Wiggly will definitely make stomach rolls the first time ABC focuses on him after a 10-0 Bucks run in Game 3. Just get ready. Then again, maybe this is the best use for an 8K camera. But I’m guessing at production meetings when the subject of using 8K cameras for fan reaction shots didn’t really discuss what would happen when they put residents in Wisconsin.
Scream at me whatever you want, Wisco. You know it doesn’t belong in high definition. I saw you eating.
As for the game itself, the Bucks didn’t throw the red carpet for Booker and Chris Paul to do whatever they wanted as they did in Game 1. However, it doesn’t matter much what the game is. plan or Bucks execution when Khris Middleton and Jrue Holliday go 12-for-37 combined. And it was with Giannis that he put up 42 points and 12 rebounds. We know that Booker and Paul are not going to have similar games, and Giannis needs similar help. She didn’t get it last night, the Bucks are up against her, and maybe it’s just the year of the Suns.
The magic of baseball
It’s about baseball, and a really good time in San Diego. Daniel Camarena was called up just hours before last night’s game, he’s from San Diego, and, thanks to the strangeness of the game, he was just in front of Max Scherzer with the bases loaded deep into the fourth. So, of course, he threw one of two balls at golf one for a grand slam, part of a seven-run sleeve for the Padres that helped him overcome an initial 8-0 deficit.
Camarena’s father acted like … well, a father.
I always laugh when parents in this situation are so desperate to record it on their phone but end up jumping around like a maniac anyway. So it’s something you might forget, and maybe you just take the moment. However, everyone in San Diego seems to be having the time of their lives. It must be nice to have a baseball team that tries. I wouldn’t know.