NBA On TNT Playoff Notes: The Spurs Are In Trouble

Posted in Atlanta Hawks, Bryon Scott, Carlos Arroyo, Charles Barkley, Chauncey Billups, Cheryl Miller, Chris Paul, Craig Sager, David West, Detroit Pistons, Dick Stockton, Dwight Howard, Ernie Johnson, Flip Saunders, Inside the NBA, Jameer Nelson, Kenny Smith, Kevin Garnett, Manu Ginobli, Marv Albert, Mike Fratello, NBA, NBA On TNT, NBA.com, New Orleans Hornets, Pam Oliver, Paul Pierce, Rashard Lewis, Rasheed Wallace, Reggie Miller, San Antonio Spurs, Stan Van Gundy, SuperHugo, Tayshaun Prince, Tim Duncan, TNT OverTime, Tony Parker, Tyson Chandler on May 6th, 2008 by Michael Tillery

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Get back young boy!

Game #1: Orlando Magic (93) @ Detroit Pistons (100) – The Pistons lead the series 2-0.

Announcers: Dick Stockton, Mike Fratello and Pam Oliver reporting

Fratello on Pistons center Rasheed Wallace getting off to a good start: “Rasheed’s ankle is better in case you were concerned.”

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Purple Reign

Posted in Atlanta Dream, candace parker, Candice Wiggins, Crystal Langhorne, Essence Carson, Houston Comets, Lisa Leslie, Sylvia Fowles on May 6th, 2008 by AXG

 Candace Parker LA Sparks
The lady version of Kobe Bryant? 

Candace Parker began the first day of her professional career on Saturday, May 3, 2008. The significance of this date will play out years from now, as the WNBA is looking towards a bright future behind the play of rookies, Candace Parker, Candice Wiggins, Sylvia Fowles, Essence Carson, and Crystal Langhorne.

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