The score keeper in Philly had Dalembert for 4 blocks last game against the Bucks, but after further review, it turns out he only had 3. After a thorough statistical analysis, slow motion eight times, and the wearing of 3-Dimensional glasses in the dark by some loser in the NBA office, it turns out that Dalembert's finger did not actually touch leather on the lay-up attempt by Andrew Bogut late in the 3rd. His actual stat line should read 4 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 blocks, instead of the 4-6-4 game previously tallied.
Additionally, in breaking statistical review news, Tyronn Lue actually had 2 assists last game against Pheonix, instead of the 1 they had him down for. Nice work Lue. Steve Novak also scored 9 points instead of the 10 they had him for on Thursday as well, turns out his toe was on the line on the three - hold up two - he hit before halftime. Good catch on that too stat loser.
The reason the above sounds stupid is because the NBA DOESN'T DO THIS! You've never heard of statistical adjustments in the NBA in the past have you? I sure haven't. What this move was, taking LBJ's triple double and record away, is a slap in the face of Cleveland, the Cavaliers, and LeBron himself. The Cavs were on the ROAD. Maybe the hometown stat guy might give Ben Wallace a rebound on a tap out, but c'mon, what does the Knicks' statistician care? And two days later? Mr. Stern, if you want to investigate something, why don't you see how many of your referees are still on the take.