Posted on: November 3, 2012 12:17 pm

Sign of Trouble for Lakers?

When Ray Allen & KG got trade to the Celtics, the C's in there first 10 games were 9-1, after their 25th game, the C's were 25-2. Now compare the current Lakers filled with Ron Artest, Kobe, Nash, Dwight Howard, Paul Gasol, Antwain Jamison( Six Allstars) and their first 3 games they are winless. Should the Lakers be concerned? I personally think they should be concerned. They cannot go out and compete in the playoffs with the type of ball movement they are controlling.
Posted on: February 24, 2012 10:54 am


Is Jeremy Lin the one to resurrect the NBA? I believe Jeremy Lin has made people find interest in the NBA for the first time since Magic and Bird era. Not since Tebowing which seems like light years away has one person lifted and carried a whole league.
People are forgetting the 2010 declaration of Lebron taking his talent to south beach. If anyone has benefited from this whole Frenzy, it is the Miami Heat. They are quietly winning games, and on top of that they have absoultely release pressure from themselves until they lose the NBA finals to the OKC Thunder. Talking about the thunder not too long ago they were in Seattle as the Supersonics and they were horrible and traded away Ray Allen to the Celtics, and the celtics won their first championship in 20+ years. Now the former supersonics looks to solidify their place in history to win their first title in 33 years.
Do I think the Knicks are a threat in the NBA playoffs,? No I don't think so, as a matter fact the Bulls and the heat are the only teams standing in OKC way to win the NBA finals. The Lakers will be a one and done team in the playoffs. Both the lakers and the celtics are getting old, and their legs cant keep up with the youngin's. But i believe the celtics can turn it up a notch to make some noise since some players are being rested.
So far anyteam that has a clear shoot at making noise and surprising anyone is the Philadelphia '76ers and the Indiana Pacers. If the playoffs were to start today the heat #1 will face Boston #8. I am not going to be Bias but if the celtics are the 8th seed then the Heat takes it in 6games.
The #2 seed bulls take on #7 seed Knicks in 5 games, while the #3 seed pacers win over #6  Hawks in game 7. The #4 match up of the 6ers and #5 Magics will be a hard fought win for the 6ers in 7 games. So at the end we will have

#1 Miami
#2 Bulls
#3 Pacers
#4 6ers

#1 Miami vs #4 Sixers
#2 Bulls   Vs #3 Pacers

EAST FINAL #1 Miami vs #2 Bulls


Posted on: January 19, 2012 7:57 pm
Edited on: January 19, 2012 8:10 pm

Patriots has edge over Ravens

The last time the Ravens and Patriots played in the playoffs, Baltimore came to Foxboro and destroyed the Patriots in their own turf. In this year AFC Championship game, the patriots have an edge against the ravens. Here is my logic. I normally do not like to use the whole season stats to judge how each team will do but what I do is called the Weighted Five ( I made this name up). I came about with this weighted five by calculating several offensive and defensive stats in the previous 5 games of each team. I believe the previous 5 games weighted average gives a clear idea of how each team is hot now..In the past 5 games, the patriots has given up 25.8 Points and has scored on opponents 39.2 .In the past 5 games, the ravens has given up  21 points and has score on opponents 21.4. Based on my weighted five matrix breakdown the Patriots will score 30.1, and Ravens will score 23.6 Based on the total season stats, the patriots edge the ravens by 1 points.<strong> </strong>But as you can see, Vegas has the line -7 and as I said earlier, my weighted five matrix gives more accurate.MY FINAL SCORE Ravens 24, Patriots 30<br /><br />

Posted on: September 30, 2011 3:02 pm

Buffalo Bills or Buffalo down Hill

I know alot of people are jumping on the bandwagon of the Buffalo Bills. If you are a bills fan, you should be proud because your NFL home team has not been good in recent memory. The last time the bills started the season great was 4 years ago when they started 5-1 and finish the season 6-10. Some will argue 2011 Bills team is not the same as the 2007 team. I can also tell you that regardless of what energy drink you drink, in about 5 hour time you will crash. Yes, I am implying that the buffalo bills will crash. Historically the bills team have always been an average team at best performing .500 even if their record indicates below .500. Last season they could have easily been an 8-8 team but couldnt start games strong. This year seems to be the same. For the bills to continue to win, Fitzpatrick has to continue to play at the highest level like he is playing now as well as Steve Johnson. Defenses will catch up to the bills offense sooner than later. But they also have to eat less sugar or they will crash.
Category: NFL
Posted on: April 3, 2011 6:25 pm

Denver Nuggets is showing team work

Is better than big stars in one team. As the NBA deadline was near in February, GM across the NBA tried to find a way to make deals to solidify their team position to make a playoff run. I as a Celtics fan did not see the celtics making any moves. The celtics needed Kendrick Perkins to take the Lakers away in game 7 of the 2010 NBA finals. But rather, the celtics traded away Perkins to OKC. Before the trade deadline even before the season, Carmelo Anthony was projected to be heading to New York or New Jersey, with the clock ticking for the deadline. The Knicks push the panic button and send their role players to denver and in return got Carmelo and Billups. We will think the Knicks will be on a roll winning a bunch of games but rather been disappointment and not able to live up to the hype. The knicks falls in the same category as the miami heats with big star players with problematic team chemistry. Denver current squad are filled with guys who are hungry, and willing to proof they belong in the NBA and can compete with the best. Since the trade the Nuggets are 14-4 with a solid team chemistry, they will be a problem for anyone in the west to compete with
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