Miami is on the cusp: Mario Chalmers strikes lightning on the Thunder; Heat win Game 4 104-98 despite Westbrook’s 43

Posted in Blogroll on June 20th, 2012 by Michael Tillery

Homage to the brotha Dwayne Wayne…

“I’ll be ready for Game 5” says LeBron James. Should you have come out in Game 4? Just asking. More on that later.

Team effort. It’s over people. Save yourself the frustration of thinking it’s not now. Trust.

Yo…it gets real quiet when the Miami Heat win huh? Experience bust pipes? Inauspicious turnovers and dumb end game fouls? Miami is winning games it has to to become NBA Champions. LeBron had 26 points, 12 assists and 9 boards (Bird in 1986 the last to do that in the Finals). Mario Chalmers had the biggest 25 points since that Kansas shot sunk Derrick Rose and Memphis. Dwyane Wade had 25 as well. Chris Bosh had 13 and 9 rips. Norris Cole had just eight, but his two threes in the first half were big when the Thunder shot out quick and hot. Russell Westbrook went the hell off and had 43. He also had 7 boards and 5 assists. Kevin Durant had 28. No one else was in double figures. In fact, the only OKC double digit stat was James Harden’s 10 rebounds. Heat win 104-98 in Game 4 104-98. This was a game I thought Miami would lose. It’s now 3-1 Miami so I guess not…

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Tip-Off for 6/20/12 (featuring OutKast): Should a Texas father have been indicted for killing his daughter’s molester?

Posted in Blogroll on June 20th, 2012 by Ron Glover

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A Lavaca County Texas Grand Jury refused to indict a father who killed a man that he saw sexually molesting his daughter.

There’s no way I can blame the father for his actions according to what he witnessed. I do wonder if this is just small town, mom and pop courtroom justice or would justice have been just as swift in any major city in the United States.

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