Polarized Pink Nike Air Foamposite One and a LockerDome/DIME Collab

Posted in Blogroll on December 3rd, 2012 by Sandy Dover

Pennys were boss to ball in – Mizzo

It’s amazing.

Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway has been gone from NBA basketball for over five years. He hasn’t been recognizable as a player since 2000, and the man we that we’ve long known as “Penny” hasn’t been seen since 1998, at best. Simply put, Penny, as he has become long famous as, has been absent for a long, long time.

No need to go deep into his injuries and his professional plight. He’s done a lot of great things in his relatively short star career, with respect to his untimely and unfortunate health issues – however, his legacy has been maintained.

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Tip-Off for 12/2/12 (featuring Kem): Orlando Magic come into Dwight Howard’s new home and wreck shop

Posted in Blogroll on December 3rd, 2012 by Ron Glover

(Associated Press)

Dwight Howard and the Lakers had no answer for the Orlando Magic last night.

The Orlando Magic didn’t wait for Dwight Howard to make his return to the Magic Kingdom to show they had moved on. The schedule played out so Howard and the Lakers would host the Magic first.

Orlando leaned on a balanced offensive attack, while Howard struggled from the free throw line. Howard finished with 21 points and 15 boards, but the visiting Magic held on to steal a 113-103 victory.

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Ron Glover’s Week 13 NFL recap: Romeo Crennell and the Kansas City Chiefs lean on one another in the face of tragedy

Posted in 1983 Philadelphia 76ers, Blogroll on December 3rd, 2012 by Ron Glover

(NY Daily News)

Wins and losses meant nothing Sunday for Romeo Crennel and the Chiefs.

The unfathomable tragedy Romeo Crennel and Kansas City Chiefs team officials witnessed on Saturday morning involving linebacker Jovan Belcher would be enough to shake anyone to their core. Crennel paced the Chiefs sideline and coached his team to a 27-21 comeback victory against the Carolina Panthers with those images heavy on his conscience.

Crennel spoke eloquently when referring to Kasandra Perkins — who lost her life at the hands of Belcher and their young daughter Zoe.  No player was affected more than running back Jamaal Charles — whose wife is the cousin of Perkins. She introduced her to Belcher.

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