President Joe Biden delivers the State of the Union address to Congress tonight at 6 p.m., available on basically every channel.

Not feeling it? Well, Rep. Jared Huffman has packaged his own State of the Union address for residents of California’s Second District — i.e., you — and guess what? It’s much, much shorter, and it’s available now. Watch it above.

Following Biden’s longer state of the union, LeBron James will likely break Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s all-time NBA scoring record in a home game against a scrappy and surprisingly likable Oklahoma City Thunder team. That’s at 7 p.m. on TNT.


UPDATE, 9:44 p.m.:

Biden did in fact give the State of the Union Address, and it was in fact longer than 93 seconds.

And LeBron did in fact win the scoring title with 10 seconds left in the third, on a weird middy stepback near the free throw line after putting his shoulder into Kenrich Williams a couple of times.

LoCO called it.

The Lakers, of course, lost. What that says about our political climate, I have no idea.