2010-11 SLAM DUNK CONTEST WATCHED WITH MY BROTHER.
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Month: December 2011
Mounting comeback after comeback, The Detroit Lions start the 2011-12 season 5-0, after going 4-0 in the preseason and winning the last 4 games of the previous season.
Leading the Boston Bruins back. http://thesportingsnarf.com/?p=2807 This post coincided with the 8-1 game and the rally to tie it 3-3, eventually leading to the Cup. I told the Bruins, down 2-0 but losing both games by one, to get it going and make it a series. They had scored 11 seconds into the 2nd period, taking […]
The first of 6 straight Eastern Conference Finals for Detroit didn’t end to well… (1) Detroit Pistons vs. (2) New Jersey Nets Last Playoff Meeting: 1985 Eastern Conference First Round (Detroit won 3-0) Game Date Visitor Score Home Score Record (NJN-DET) Venue TV Time Recap 1 May 18 New Jersey 76 Detroit 74 1-0 The […]
“I knew that was an uphill battle I was fighting coming into the situation,” Wells texted The Star Press shortly after the Timberwolves waived him. “After talking with management everything was positive. They just couldn’t make any trades to get them under 15 guaranteed contracts. But I’m going to stay ready and not give up […]
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“Where do Vanished objects go?” “Into nonbeing, which is to say, everything.” replied Professor McGonagall. “Nicely phrased,” replied the eagle door knocker, and the door swung open. via into nonbeing, which is to say, everything « q u i r k y h i l l.
Associated Press LONDON — A report by soccer authorities says Liverpool’s Luis Suarez called Manchester United’s Patrice Evra a “Negro” seven times in the incident that led to Suarez’s ban for eight matches. The report by an independent commission from the English Football Association was published Saturday. It says that when Evra asked Suarez during […]
With the Chargers eliminated from the playoffs, we would expect that Jackson, already struggling with a bad groin injury, to be held out of the season-ender. But hey, he did practice on Friday, so anything is possible. via LeBrons Second Act – Free Fantasy Football – ESPN. I DISAGREE I BET HE PLAYS. I’M STARTING […]
Cedric Benson Cincinnati Bengals ELIG: RB STATUS: WALT PRK: 20 AVG: 8.7 %OWN: 100.0 (+0) Healthy ESPN Projection WEEK 17 5 Yds: 0/58/5, TDs: 0 Benson may be a 1,000-yard rusher, but that’s pretty much proof that the label means diddly these days. With nine weeks where he failed to reach 80 yards on […]
I don’t think it works to try and mind fuck people with “subliminal” shit. Not once you fall asleep and forget it. If companies had any savvy, they’d just stick a logo on something like the Sugar Bowl. Make a nice artist rendition of a Nokia Phone (Andy Warhol used to design Coca-Cola, among other […]
This was one of the best stories of all-time. For those that still think Beane is overrated, I remind you: Billy Beane: Well, I was grateful for the call. John: You were grateful? Billy Beane: Yeah. John Henry (Rd Sox Owner): For forty one million, you built a playoff team. You lost Damon, Giambi, Isringhausen, Pena and you won […]
Stacey King @Sky21King Chicago, Illinois This is the real Stacey King. NBA Analyst for the Chicago Bulls on WGN and Comcastsportsnet in Chicago. Holla at a playa when you see me on a tweet….. via Stacey King (sky21king) on Twitter.
The Bulls won 114-101, and despite a narrow 5-point halftime lead for Chicago, L.A. dropped to 1-2. Thank you Bulls for fucking 5-5 3’s in the 4th.
I am nervous about the Heat again because of their lack of a real center. Irregardless to his lack of potential production, Eddy Curry showed his immaturity after WW3 hit another last second go-ahead bucket tonight. Curry could be seen in dress clothes on the sidelines saying “Mother Fucker. Mother Fucker,” emphatically. This is wrong, […]
Wednesday, September 4, 2002, Network Associates Coliseum Attendance: 55,528, Time of Game: 3:38 Royals 11 55-84⇐ Lost 3 ⇒4th, 25½ GB Tony Pena at Athletics 12 88-51⇐ Won 20 ⇒1st Art Howe via September 4, 2002 Kansas City Royals at Oakland Athletics Play by Play and Box Score – Baseball-Reference.com. Bottom of the 9th, Athletics Batting, Tied 11-11, Royals’ Jason Grimsley facing 5-6-7 […]