Shane Mosley, Floyd Mayweather And What Happens When You’re Shot

Posted in Blogroll on May 9th, 2012 by Okori Wadsworth

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It happens to everybody, Everybody. Irrelevant of who you are, how much money you make or how many trophies you have in a case at home. There will come a moment, despite the bluster and the bravado, where you step in that ring or on that court or on that ice and you know. You just know, it’s over. The only question is this: How are you going to deal with it when that moment comes? Floyd Mayweather will eventually have to ask himself this question. But for the man who was in the co-main event, that question is already here and has been here for quite a while. The only question is this: Does he know it, and will he get out before he really does serious damage to himself?
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NBA Playoffs Last Night: Magic disappear; Hawks hang on; Bulls not done; Kobe puts up 43, Nuggets still win

Posted in Blogroll on May 9th, 2012 by Michael Tillery

(Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE/Getty Images)

You won’t see more emotion out of Miller…the LA Kid than what you see right here…

The playoffs are heating up. Wills are apparent. Coaches buckle down. Media is antsy. Players are feeling what is to come and fans are appreciative. Last night, we saw it all…the drama, the Black Mamba, the home crowds and unappreciated point guards

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TSF Tip-Off For Wednesday May 9, 2012: Josh Hamilton Has Epic Night With Four Two-Run Home Runs

Posted in Blogroll on May 9th, 2012 by Ron Glover

(Joy R. Absoln/US Presswire)

I’ll be the first to say that I’ve been critical of Josh Hamilton’s off-the-field actions in recent years about his substance abuse and that is largely because Hamilton’s transgressions are measured differently for obvious reasons. That doesn’t keep me from the realization that Hamilton is one of the best players in baseball for some time now.

Last night the Texas Rangers left fielder became the 16th player (14th since 1900) to hit four home runs in a game. Hamilton joins Lou Gerhig, Chuck Klein, Pat Geary, Gil Hodges, Joe Adcock, Rocky Colavito, Willie Mays, Mike Schmidt, Bob Horner, Mark Whitten, Mike Cameron, Shawn Green and Carlos Delgado.

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