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06/08/2009 4:31 PM
Opportunity is like a female that both you and your friend have been wanted to get with for a very long time. Luckily for you this time she knocks on your door first, but you are sleeping or cutting the grass in the backyard and don't hear the door. Unfortunately opportunity is impatient and quickly moves on to your friend who is more than happy to take care of her.
Right now the Orlando Magic are watching opportunity...
06/04/2009 5:59 AM
Check me out breaking down the NBA Finals and why I believe the Lakers will win. You will also get guest appearances from Ron Jeremy and The Rock.
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The Lakers after last year disappointment seem a lot more focused and determined this go around.
2- Home Court Advantage
The 2-3-2 format helps the home team a lot more than...
06/01/2009 4:48 AM
Obviously didn't Lebron didn't read my "Open Letter" to him a couple of weeks ago about him being a "drama queen" .
Last night after being destroyed by the Orlando Magic in Game 6th of the Eastern Conference finals "The King" acted more like a spoiled prince. Lebron refused to shake hands with any of the Magic players and then decided he was to "angry" to attend the post game press conference which is required...
05/29/2009 5:07 AM
Yesterday we compared Lebron James plight to a very young Michael Jordan. Today we are going to compare the plight of Kobe Bryant to an older Michael Jordan.
Legendary athletes in any sport when their physical skills start to erode their mental skills peak. When they no longer have the ability to physically dominate they get by simply on their athletic IQ.
Fans in general, especially if they are in love with...
05/27/2009 5:58 PM
One of the first sports books I ever read was "The Jordan Rules" by Stan Smith. One of the main features of the book was a philosophy by Detroit Pistons head coach Chuck Daly (RIP) on the best way to defend Michael Jordan.
The interesting thing was Daly knew you couldn't totally stop Jordan, but the plan was to force him to play 1 on 5 and to beat his brains in for the entire series.
Fast forward to 2009...
05/21/2009 8:18 PM
First let me say that I am a Witness. Your play last night was not human. You were 20-30 from the field and that simply doesn't happen in the NBA. You were even able to add eight assists, six boards, three blocks and two steals while only committing two turnovers. Those numbers are even more impressive considering your teammates were of little to no help to you last night and your coach decided to...
05/18/2009 9:48 PM
2nd round Record: 3-1
Overall Record: 9-3
#1 Cleveland Cavaliers vs. #3 Orlando Magic
One thing I can guarantee is that the Cavaliers won't sweep the Magic. The Magic present a lot of matchup problems for the Cavs. They are very similar to Lakers they have a lot of size up front, there forwards are long and athletic and their point guard play is a little shaky.
05/14/2009 6:49 AM
Was Dwight Howard wrong for calling out his coach after the Orlando Magic's Game 5 loss to Boston? We can debate that forever and in truth, he probably was. After all, it's not like he did anything to step up to stop the bleeding during that fourth quarter collapse. Plus, calling out people is the press isn't for everyone, because he's not Phil Jackson.
But I do believe that this is a step in the right direction...
05/13/2009 6:37 AM
I'm a big fan of Dwight Howard. He's fun to watch, and he's definitely got a great personality that makes him entertaining both on and off the court (except for him trying to dance to Beyonce's Single Ladies , which was a little disturbing...maybe). But tonight's blow up after a crushing loss in Boston gave Howard a reason to truly speak his mind, about the Magic's game plan, his coach and his overall mood of this series...
05/12/2009 9:58 AM
As Dallas found almost every way to lose the game tonight and still won, this upcoming summer crossed my mind. What's going to happen this summer? Even crazier, what is going to happen next year?
We already know that next summer, the NBA elite become free agents. The 2010 offseason will truly shape the NBA for the next few years with it being a King's Summer, where Lebron will have the whole league at his disposal...
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