It was a battle as usual in the Big Ten. Michigan luckily was at home and shooting well. The Wolverines held an early 16-6 edge, but Purdue took the lead back at 19-18. Derrick Walton Jr. drove and scored as the clock expired on the first half, putting U of M up 37-29. Purdue hadn’t […]
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Month: January 2014
E40 Ft 2Pac & B-Legit – Million Dollar Spot – YouTube.
-Wizards 31, Clippers 30 after one. -Clippers 62, Wizards 51 at break. Crawford passes to Griffin who lobs it to Jordan for the alley-oop with three seconds left. -Clipper lead reaches 16 in 3rd at 8:20 mark. Wizards go on run to make the difference seven after three. -I had to mute the whiny announcers […]
I can tell you this: if it’s happened before, it wasn’t very often. Detroit outshot their opponent the Orlando Magic from the free throw line en route to a 103-87 win in Motown. Drummond made three of his four tries and snagged 17 rebounds. The Pistons dominated on the glass 56 to 40 with 17 […]
One of my all-time favorites!
It was a blowout. The Clippers led by twenty at halftime and didn’t look back. Blake Griffin scored many points, as did Jamal Crawford. Did I watch the game? No. But I saw some nice dunks on the highlight and checked the score as the game progressed.
#1 – New Orleans 103, Detroit 101 We had a nice lead in the second half, but the Pelicans whittled away until it was tied. Then, Eric Gordon drove to the hole and tossed in the game-winner. Not a great ending at home. #2 – Dallas 116, Detroit 106 In Dallas, we trailed ten at […]
The Clips had lost their last four in Toronto, stopping the skid with a 126-118 victory. Jamal Crawford scored 37 on 12-23 shooting, including 5-11 from downtown and 8-8 from the line. In 32 minutes, he also dished out 11 assists and two steals with just one turnover. Terrence Ross had a career high 26 […]
Michigan started hot, leading 10-2 out of the gate. Then, hack-a-Wolverine started. Blame MSU, sure, but WTF, refs? Can’t blow the whistle? I have never been so worked up by a sporting event ever, and I freak out on the regular. They were all over us. Everywhere you moved, foul. That is not basketball. That is the […]
Joe Louis Arena showcased the amazing talents our state has to offer. Whether you done the green or the yellow it was a nice sight and a close one. A late goal was the difference from #14 Michigan.
Sorry, Montreal, but the Red Wings looked a lot better. Goalie: Gustavsson (30 saves)
The Clips decided to take some 3’s in the first quarter – and made seven, the most in any quarter for LAC in any game ever. We led 41-26 and simply scored to much for the Bulls. Without either teams premier point guard in Chris Paul and Derrick Rose, it was sadly fair. Dunk of the […]
Nik Stauskus helped close out another win for Michigan. This one came at home against ranked Iowa, who suffered their second loss of the Big Ten season. Michigan used a raucous home crowd to provide some cushion – but before anyone gets comfortable, it’s Michigan State on Saturday.
It’s the creepy-uncle:
Each team did so much on Monday, they fell a little short tonight against two inferior teams tonight. Detroit fell 104-101 in Milwaukee, handing the Bucks win #8. Rodney Stuckey’s triple-try missed at the buzzer. The Clippers lost 95-91 in Charlotte. Nothing would fall in an essentially tie game during the final minutes. Chris… Paul… […]
5-4 final in Detroit. We forced our old mates to a shootout, then broke their hearts. On national TV, Chicago made their first two goals to put the pressure on Todd Bertuzzi to keep us alive. He made his goal. It went six rounds until Darren Helm nailed the game-winner and Gustavsson stoned Shaw to […]
Please, remember that it is today. There is a host of NBA games to help you commemorate the Doctor’s work, starting with none other than Clippers-Pistons (10.0) at 1:00 PM. King would be proud of the NBA going with the G’est lineup possible: New Orleans @ Memphis, 5:00 PM ET on NBA TV (G rating: […]