Posted on: April 23, 2010 4:29 pm
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OKC Thunder on killing streak

Watching the Thunder's win over the Lakers was like watching Call of duty. Durant gets the ball, left wing sizes up the hoop, fires a three, good!!! i mean even Kobe was shut down by durant. Oh and get this, the the thunder are the youngest team in the legue, and have 3 crazy good rising stars. Durant could be the next Lebron and he doesn't even need a shooting point guard like lebron does. his arms are so long they go past his knees. Westbrook flys in and goes for a sweet layup or dunk. he avraged over 16 points and 8 assists for the thunder and we can all agree that thoughs are great numbers for a young player pictured to play 2 guard. So give it up for the team i think will make a comback in the series and upset the lakers.
Posted on: April 9, 2010 9:16 pm
 

RAYS!!!!

lets here it for the best team in baseball, the Rays. How can you not like them? If you are a Red Sox fan, they beat the Yankees all the time; if you are a yankee fan, they also beat the Red Sox often. If you like any other team, they beat those 2 most hated teams in baseball. no one person getting all the media even though they have many great players. They won their first 2 games this year, and are leading the stupid yankees 9-2, and were quiet last year, but they are my pick to win it all this year.
Category: MLB
Posted on: May 2, 2009 4:57 pm
 

Bulls vs. Celtics Game 7

The Chicago Bulls have been immensely good this series and will go on to win game 7 because they are riding the emotion wave and just want it more than the Celtics. Derrick Rose is the best rookie scorer in these playoffs and is doing just as good as Rondo. Ben Gordan is also playing much better than Allen while the only good advantage the Celtics have is Paul Pierce, and when he isn't in, Salmons goes all out. The Bull's big men are blocking, rebounding and sometimes even scoring. Bulls win game 7 111-110 second OT.
Category: NBA
 
 
 
 
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