I'm not really all that up to speed on the NBA's drug testing policy. So I don't really know if it includes analysts.
If it does, though, I nominate Jeff Van Gundy as an excellent candidate to retire to a bathroom stall with a small cup.
A urine sample seems to be the only way to determine if Van Gundy was A) getting cozy with some designer happy powder, or B) on the lookout for his marbles when he told a Chicago radio station that the Miami Threet would win 73 or more games this season, breaking the record set by the Michael Jordan Bulls.
According to Van Gundy, you might as well just hand the Big Trophy to the Threet right now, because no one, even the defending champion Lakers, is even close to them.
Uhhhh ... OK.
Here's the thing, though: I've seen the rest of the Threet roster, and frankly it makes LeBron's crew in Cleveland look like the Magic-era Lakers. Even assuming LeBron and D-Wade average, say, 28 apiece, and Chris Bosh chips in another 20, that's only 76 points per. Who gets the rest?
Mike Miller? Patrick Beverly? Joel Anthony?
And who helps Bosh inside?
Thirty-seven-year-old Juwan Howard? Zydrunas Ilgauskas? Dexter Pittman?
Look, no one's doubting the Threet will be good. But to suggest they'll be the best team ever is, frankly, a major leap in logic right now.
Although that Bigfoot thing ... now, that could true.