Last Night at the NBA Finals: Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green lead Spurs rout of the Heat 111-92

Posted in Blogroll on June 11th, 2014 by Michael Tillery

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You see Floyd and Jamie over there. Hope Floyd didn’t drop too much on the Heat.  

Got up in them; demolition; ass whuppin’ like Pop used to give; whatever else; it all applied. San Antonio took a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals last night, 111-92. Kawhi Leonard got hot early with a dunk and some easy baskets from inside and outside the arc, and his teammate Danny Green got off as well to help Pop and the Spurs retake home court advantage. Miami looked out of sorts on both ends and woefully just didn’t want it as much as San Antonio. This is the NBA Finals and quite honestly, the Heat played like it was an October game in Phoenix. Tim Duncan (14 points, 6 boards), Tony Parker (15 points, 4 dimes) and Manu Ginobili (11 points) didn’t have to do much because the young cats stepped up and stomped the Heat in their collective throats…

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Three Things I Think I Know About The World Cup

Posted in Blogroll on June 11th, 2014 by Okori Wadsworth


Many favorites but one winner.

With the World Cup just a month away, I figured that writing a preview might be the best thing I could do. With some of the finest players in the world all descending on Brazil in just under a month, this is really the best chance to measure what’s going on and see where we are. The trouble with this understanding of it is that, quite honestly, a lot can change and has changed between the last major international tournaments and now.

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