Whether he's criticizing a particular player ("Tony Parker just made the worst pass in the history of Western civilization") or the refs ("Why even have a rulebook?"), or extolling the virtues of a benchwarmer who hits a couple of shots in a row ("If Eric Piatkowski continues playing at this level, he's going to replace Jerry West on the NBA logo"), Bill Walton never fails to amuse during an NBA broadcast. His commentary is a masterly blend of satire, deep knowledge of the NBA, and curmudgeonly disdain for playground antics and run-and-gun sloppiness ("Cuttino Mobley has just made the two worst shot attempts in the history of this proud Houston Rockets franchise.") Too bad he's been relegated to the broadcast B‑team; I miss his presence during the big games. If you're looking for Walton quote collections, check out The Great Bill Walton, Gorilla Mask, Complete Sports, and this really bizarre ESPN podcast in which Bill makes repeated references to some Brazilian celebrity's Internet sex video, praises Brendan Haywood ("keep running, it's good for you"), tells a pretty good story about Larry Bird making a series of three-pointers and banking each one in, and discusses his love of, and frustration with, crossword puzzles ("What is a 10-letter word for 'surge'?! I was crushed when I couldn't come up with … 'escalation.'").