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 […]
Monthly archives for 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 […]
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)