If you're wondering why it is that we haven't seen Marcus Thornton play in each of the last two games since being traded to the Nets, well, you can blame it on the lobster mac 'n' cheese he ate in Sn Francisco. Yes, true story. Thankfully, it sounds as if he's OK and we'll likely see him in the lineup on Wednesday night against the Blazers.
It was lobster mac and cheese that gave Marcus Thornton the food poisoning that wiped him out for two games.— Andrew Keh (@andrewkeh) February 25, 2014
Marcus Thornton's two-game absence confirms my theory that lobster mac and cheese, as a concept, is just wrong.— Andrew Keh (@andrewkeh) February 25, 2014
@andy_vasquez sum lesser than its parts— Andrew Keh (@andrewkeh) February 25, 2014
The source of Marcus Thornton's food poisoning: lobster mac and cheese from San Francisco.— Stefan Bondy (@NYDNInterNets) February 25, 2014
Marcus Thornton said he feels much better. Expects to play vs. #Blazers. Said he caught food poisoning from eating lobster Mac & cheese.— Rod Boone (@rodboone) February 25, 2014
So, what are you NetsDaily? Team #LobsterMacNCheese or Team #Nah?
And if you are a lobster mac 'n' cheese fan, enjoy this far too peppy prep-to-table, step-by-step guide on how to make your own.