Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Saturday, February 25, 2012
I really thought that Derrick Williams should have won this. Instead, it was the last-minute Iman Shumpert sub in Jeremy Evans who won the dunk-contest. I thought that it would've come down to Paul George from the Pacers and Derrick Williams from the T'Wolves, since Budinger is just a tall white boy with hops and Shumpert was a bit too short, however, I did like the Diddy hop and Linsane hop idea. Anyways, I posted my first video to show you what went down in Orlando on Saturday night. I hope you enjoy.
|This picture shows why Arizona is better than UCLA: Nike vs. Adidas|
Thursday, February 23, 2012
No other sporting event has more coverage than the Super Bowl and no other team had more SI coverage than the New England Patriots. During the two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, the New England Patriots made the SI cover, twice. One with Tom Brady and one with Robert Kraft. The Patriots ended up losing by a few inches when they had a great chance to win the game. Why? As Eli Manning said: "I'm not superstitious, but I am a little-stitious."
|The Tree finally got into my blog|
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
I wouldn't go as far as saying I like this tattoo, but I see where Monta Ellis is coming from: A family tree (his son's face is over his heart). The Warriors guard is from Jackson, Mississippi, where people appreciate their unique roots (literally...)
I gotta give some love to my boy, Gilbert Arenas (as you can see from the heart tattoos on his chest), but he hasn't been doing himself any favors recently. First off, he's another street baller from LA, which could explain why he has a lion on his belly. Secondly, he had some weapons ordeal in his locker room, which is one of the dumbest things a guy can do. At least he felt like he shouldn't put tattoos on his arms, you know just in case people think less of him (which I doubt). Take those tats to LA, GA!
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Sunday, February 19, 2012
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Thursday, February 9, 2012
|Foggy the Frog drives in the lane against Colorado|
Sunday, February 5, 2012
The New York Football Giants upset the New England Patriots in the game of the year once again, after hanging on to a 21-17 win. Super Bowl XLVI was a rematch of one of the greatest upsets in a championship game in sports history as Eli Manning willed the Giants to a last minute victory against Tom Brady and the Patriots. Four years later doesn't make much of a difference... The Patriots were once again the favorites, but not by 12 points. This time they were only favored by a 3-point margin. New England won the coin-toss and elected to differ, letting America see the Giants take the ball first in this year's Super Bowl. The Giants came out of the gates with a healthy dose of running and passing, but their drive halted at midfield. Scott Weatherford came on to punt for the Giants and ended up pinning the Patriots deep. On the ensuing play, Tom Brady was flagged for intentional grounding as he threw the ball away just as Justin Tuck slammed him to the ground. With two-points for the Giants, they would receive the ball and capitalize on a short Victor Cruz TD catch. The first quarter came winding to a close, but in the second quarter, Tom Brady lit up Lucas Oil Stadium. The Patriots would put together two long drives in a short amount of time to go up 17-9 at the half. After Madonna's half-time performance, the two teams would return to the field. Brady tweaked his shoulder on a play and would never be the same as the Giants capitalized. Lawrence Tynes would kick two field goals to draw the margin to only two points. Needing only the ball and a field goal to win, New York was desperate to get a stop on defense. Just then, Wes Welker dropped a key first down pass that would have iced the game. The Giants got the ball back and would do what they did four years ago: score a TD after a miraculous catch. That is just what Mario Manningham did as he caught a 38 yard pass and tapped his toes in bounds to get the Giants at midfield. Bill Belichick would challenge the play, but ended up losing a key time out. Before you knew it, the Giants were already in field goal range and trying to eat up the clock. Belichick would let Ahmad Bradshaw score with about a minute to go and only one timeout. But even Tom Terrific can't make miracles happen as his Hail Mary fell to ground, incomplete in front of his biggest play-maker, Rob Gronkowski.