We talk about the Spurs and the Nuggets, how to judge, how to judge their results, how to judge the process that they may happen, these things are all experience. You have to remember that you have to build on this and we have more than 20 years of ball watching experience to judge these things, right? So far, there is no reference object to judge. Once you say everything, I’m 100% sure, that’s bullshit. That’s bullshit. Even if you’re right, you’re guessing. You know what? You have to take these winning conditions for granted one by one. What’s going to happen in the first game and what’s likely to happen in the second game. The third is to verify the point of view of the first game and the second game. The fourth game is to win the series.
It’s a complete routine, right? You quit a few years ago. We don’t mean that our programs within ten years are basically impressive. Looking forward, I’m sorry, I don’t have this memory. I don’t have this memory, right? If I don’t have it, I’ll have to go over the data and recall it. Right? What we have in our heads are brain cells. It’s not transistors, it’s not blocks, it’s not a program, right? It’s not electronic components. OK, so, ten years ago, you asked those fans that bull and horse fight the Spurs and Mavericks. Now it’s called the lone Ranger spurs and Mavericks. Bulls and horses: you say who wins or loses? I tell you that experienced fans won’t say it. I can’t evaluate it. The Spurs have won and lost each other. What makes you say that the Spurs must win and the Mavericks will win. No such reason, I remember very clearly.