World Cup Scores Monday June 14th, 2010: “Italy Got Outta Jail!”

Posted in Blogroll on June 14th, 2010 by Michael Tillery

After Nelson Mandela’s great granddaughter Zenani Mandela was killed in a one car crash shortly after attending the FIFA World Cup™ Kick-off Celebration Concert in Johannesburg, there was a somber beginning to the first World Cup on African soil.  Mandela has worked tirelessly to make this event happen in South Africa and one could only imagine what he and his kin are going through in what should be a most joyous time for his homeland. His health is failing and our prayers and thoughts undoubtedly go out to his family.

Tim Howard, USA’s goalkeeper, has been cleared to play Friday vs. Slovenia. Today’s scores, recaps and the incomparable Alicia Keys after the jump. Bear with me people, this is something totally new for me but I’m committed to learn and provide as much insight as a novice possibly could.

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Paul Pierce and the Celtics Out Scrap Kobe Bryant and the Lakers to Win NBA Finals Game 5 92-86

Posted in Blogroll on June 14th, 2010 by Michael Tillery

Pierce battled for his 27; His best effort of the series

92-86. Game 5 Boston victory. On the brink of title number 18. 4 players are beating up on 2.

Boston has never lost a Finals series when leading 3-2 (11-0). Kobe has 38 of Lakers 86 (44% of team total). The rest of his team shot 35%. Odom and Artest have an unacceptable 15 points and 10 rebounds combined in 60 minutes play and Pau Gasol was only other Laker in double figures with 12 points…Gasol also had12 rebounds. Such a team effort by Los Angeles is not gonna get it down. Is it just about Andrew Bynum’s ineffectiveness? Naaaah.

Boston becomes first team to win 2 straight games in the Finals.

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