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Shaq to be traded to Cavs (what a fatty!)

June 25, 2009 by MarkM · 1 Comment 

Shaquille O Neal stand Shaq to be traded to Cavs (what a fatty!)

This is just upsetting to me. Honestly what the heck is going on with these people. they must be like, “We got to make sure Lebron stays happy so he doesn’t leave. So what should we do? I got it, yeah lets bring the Big Diesel to help out! Are you crazy? Shaq is a walking nightmare for any superstar on any squad. Who wants a 7-1 tall Center, who is definitely a “has been”, who still has an enormous ego as if it was 1995? I say Lebron won’t! Shaq cannot help anyone win a ring, anymore. He is fat and washed up. I don’t care what anyone says, this is a bad Idea.

What a fatty!
What a fatty!

Yes I will admit that the suns have helped him get back into better shape, but Shaq has never had a hard work ethic so I just don’t see him getting better in the twilight of his career. I mean really man just look at his free-throws, if he worked hard he would be able to hit them by now. Shaq has a long history of not even showing up to mandatory team practices! He is the last thing I would bring to a NBA finals contender!† I was reading† my friends site http://americaswhiteboy.blogspot.com and he had a great post, which spurred this entire article. I still cant believe my eyes. This stuff is really happening! Shaq is moving and I just can’t understand what for. This guy is a BUM!

CHIPZ SAYZ… QUINN-TASTIC?

November 6, 2008 by CHIPZ · 2 Comments 

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†† † CHIPZ sayz, “Quinn-tastic? or Quinn-untastic?” Brady Quinn of the Cleveland Browns was drafted after the 2006 Season from Notre Dame and was sat during the entire 2007 Season and half of the 2008 season. Did Head Coach Romeo Crennel make a bad decision in starting Quarterback Derek Anderson in the 2007 and 2008 Season? In my opinion, it was a very smart move. The future team of the Cleveland Browns was intended to have Brady Quinn as their leader… As their starting quarterback. So why now?

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†† † I am a strong believer that starting a rookie quarterback is a very bad move. Quarterback Vince Young of the Tennessee Titans was believed to be the one that would lead his team to the Super Bowl; however, he miserably failed. Many people believe that a scrambling quarterback isn’t suitable in the NFL because everyones too fast and it just simply doesn’t work. Don’t blame it on that. Vince Young was just too young and didn’t know how to utilize his weapons to the highest potential. It’s like giving a 16 year old kid a Ferrari. You just don’t do that! Which is the reason why Quarterback Kerry Collins is having so much success. He has the experience and knows how to use his team.

†† † Quarterback Derek Anderson is a good backup quarterback but is not starting material. Benching Brady Quinn for a season and a half will just mature him and allow him to learn and completely understand the team’s offensive playbook. Head Coach Romeo Crennel probably intended to sit Brady Quinn for the entire 2008 season only to start him in the 2009 season; however, due to the fact that in the NFL, it’s all about instant gratification; therefore, Head Coach Romeo Crennel knew that his job was on the line and had to make a move. Is it too early to start Brady Quinn or are we quite possibly looking at another great quarterback? Only tonight’s game will tell.

†† † If you are a Fantasy Football Owner, I wouldn’t recommend starting Brady Quinn. He has only played one game in the 2007 season where he went 3 for 8 throwing for 45 yards which isn’t solid but it’s not enough to determine if he’ll do well for you as a Fantasy Football Owner. He’s going to have a tough road for him for the rest of the entire season because of their strong opponents they will be playing against for the remaining season. This is where the boys stand out amongst men! AND that’s how the fortune cookie crumbles!

2008-2009 NBA Regular Season Opening Night

October 27, 2008 by AlexV · Leave a Comment 

LeBron James looks to remind us why they call him "The King."

LeBron James looks to remind us why they call him "The King."

When the NBA opens up their regular season tomorrow, the fans should be treated to a hotly contested battle between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics.

Last season, the two teams went to seven games before Boston finally came out on top. The main stat of the series was the fact that both teams won all of their home games. If the Cleveland Cavaliers are looking to make a statement to open the season, a win in Boston would be a great way to do so.

The second game of the TNT double-header features Greg Odenís NBA regular season debut when Portland travels to L.A. to face the reigning Western Conference champs.

The Lakers welcome back a promising young star in Andrew Bynum and look to continue their Western Conference dominance from last year when they finished with the best record in the conference. Last season, Portland was off to a surprising early start when they went on a 13 game winning streak at one point, but faded away the remainder of the year. Donít count out the young and talented Trail Blazers to make things interesting.

The schedulers did a decent job putting some spirited potential on the board for day one of the 2008-2009 NBA regular season.

Greg Oden hopes to be wearing a Jersey and in a puddle of sweat the next time he's in this position.

Greg Oden hopes to be wearing a Jersey and in a puddle of sweat the next time he's in this position.