Wednesday Morning Starting Five: The Black Star Reunion Edition

Posted in Blogroll on June 3rd, 2009 by Michael Tillery

Just a couple of links before I post our NBA Finals preview. The preview will include an interview with Patrick Ewing…assistant coach of the Orlando Magic that was conducted during the playoffs. I hope you enjoy. Now to the links:

Rodney Harrison says Be Peace. (Hartford Courant)

Is Jameer going to play? What you think? (USA Today)

Eddie Jordan is up for the Sixers challenge. Will Andre Miller stay? (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Mos and Talib did the reunion thing Saturday night at the Nokia. Just across the street from where the Prez and Mrs. Obama were out on a date. (Rolling Stone)

Here’s video of the show. (Nah Right)

Hank Aaron part of a group that is buying the Florida Panthers of the NHL. (Reuters)

Why Go Go never made it out of D.C. Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers boomin‘ while I pulling up to Hampton for Labor Day? Ooooh! (Ebony/Jet)

The Philadelphia Tribune notes its 125th anniversary. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

This video is something I play when someone says no.  Always a pick me up because I’ve heard it a thousand times. No worries. Can’t stop, won’t stop!

NYOIl is working on a new project as we speak. I can’t wait for that.

Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard: A Difference in Stylin’

Posted in Blogroll on June 3rd, 2009 by Michael Tillery

In sports these days, athletes rarely live up to the hype. When they do, we expect them to go yard three times quick from the on deck circle. We are hopeful of the jaw drop every single play. Everyday, like legends of NBA yesterday. Some come into the league as men, some just very talented boys who rather spend all their time buying up a bunch of unnecessary toys…killin’ their legacies…their rock from age nine pride and joy.

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