“Never underestimate the heart of a champion”

June 18, 2010

Game 7 of the 2010 finals was one to remember. This game wasn’t flashy on the offensive side, but more of the defensive side. Kobe received his 2nd finals MVP award in a row. I personally thought every Laker did decently well in Game 7. Ron Ron stepped his D up and made big shots. Fisher also hit a crtical 3 pointer late in the game. Pau crashed the boards and got to the line. Lamar proved he can deliver the bench spark. Even Sasha hit two clutch free throws to close out the game. The Celtics played tough, but the Lakers just toughened them out in the last quarter after trailing by 13 at one point.

16 time NBA championships. Back to back titles. Beating their Celtic rivals in a classic and crucial Game 7 match. The Lakers have done it once again. Congratulations to the Los Angeles Lakers!

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He’s just Nashty

May 10, 2010

I got one thing to ask Steve Nash….

WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED?!?!

Well, as you see, in Game 4 against the Spurs Nash got hit with a nasty eye injury. It’s not his first time getting hit in the eye by the Spurs too. But Nash still stayed in the game to play with that painful blow to the face. I respect Nash a lot. Not that he’s one of the best point guards ever to play in the game, but he’s a straight up Warrior. Broken nose, stitches around the eyes a few times, and at age 36, the man is still putting his body out there and helping his team win. The Suns actually swept the Spurs, which surprised many of us basketball fans. With Nash, the Suns can easily be the second best team in the West behind the Lakers. I won’t be shocked if they upset the Lakers in the Western Conference finals (assuming if the Lakers win one more game to beat out the Jazz).

In other news, besides the Suns advancing into the Western Conference finals, the Magic also did the same against the Hawks in the East by sweeping them. The Magic made it seem effortless. The Celtics and Cavs are still battling a close series with both teams winning 2 a piece.

Congratulations to all the players who won the regular season MVP to the All-NBA team awards. I hope to be updating more frequently soon. Sorry, I’m a college student, got MY kind of finals I need to study for also.