Shaq Retires (Notes from the NBA TV Game Time: Shaquille O’Neal Retrospective Wednesday, June 1 Added)

Posted in Blogroll on June 1st, 2011 by Michael Tillery

The Big Fella is hanging up his Shaq feets. His 18 year career gave us humor, power and all out Shaqociousiousness. Shaq is the most dominant basketball younger NBA fans have ever seen and one of the most dominant big men ever. Those Lakers years were all out hell on opponents mentally and physically. Shaq could not be stopped. His accomplishments:

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Miami Shows Dallas How To Play Eastern Conference Basketball In Game One of NBA Finals 90-82 (NBA TV Notes As Well)

Posted in Blogroll on June 1st, 2011 by Michael Tillery

I picked the Heat to win Game 1 90-82. The triplets aren’t walking through that door

Miami was able to win despite being first team since Golden State in 1975 ( vs. Washington) to have two starters going scoreless. Game 2 Thursday at 9 on ABC. Miami’s defense held the Mavs bench to 4-22 shooting…outscoring the Dallas reserves 27-17. Simply put, the Miami Heat was the more physical team…which doesn’t bode well for Dallas moving forward.

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2011 NBA Finals Preview: Dallas Mavericks vs. Miami Heat…This is Not LeBron Vs. Dirk…

Posted in Blogroll on June 1st, 2011 by Michael Tillery

The champ…15 strong

There can be only one and during the 2006 NBA Finals Dwyane Wade showed and proved he was the one. Wade was Finals MVP and the Heat bested the Mavs 4-2 after dropping the first two games. There was much uproar Miami and Flash (as he was called then) were the fortunate recipients of referee calls resulting in an inordinate fouls called for the Heat.

The year is now 2011…

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