Ron Artest Bullies Inside for Game Winner: Lakers Nip Suns 103-101 In WCF Game 5

Posted in Blogroll on May 28th, 2010 by Michael Tillery

Sweet redemption…

There are no moral victories in professional sports. Deal.

Kobe Bryant: 30 points, 11 rebounds, 9 assists, 4 blocks. That’s a pretty nice game but when he missed the potential game winner (great defense by Grant Hill) you all but thought a great game was fit to be tied but…

Ron Ron monsters inside, gets the rebound and somehow got an off balance put back off glass to win at the buzzer.

When competitors feel in game inferior because of their performance, they will do whatever it takes to feel apart of the outcome. Passion won over.

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Friday Fire: If You Can Be Anywhere At Anytime In Sports or Some Other Historical Aspect of Life, Where Would It Be?

Posted in Blogroll on May 28th, 2010 by Michael Tillery

Don’t fall for the seriousness this question might seem to illustrate for it’s really not that deep. I guess it’s just my mind that thinks from time to time what could be when I get a clean fifteen.

Would you want to be there when Malcolm converted or with Martin as he gave the Mountaintop speech? JFK before Elm Street or Abraham before Wilkes-Booth’s jumping feet? How about the very second the first cargo of slaves were forced upon the uncertainty of American existence?

Christ when he turned 13 or Armstrong’s lunar stroll? When Marcus Garvey became so bold or John Henrik before what we characterize as old?

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