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Posts by Barry Rothbard
Mike Wallace takes a slant from Ben Roethlisberger to the house in the second quarter of the Steelers’ blowout win over the Panthers last night…then practices his jump shot.
The sun rose in Phoenix last night in the form of LeBron James and the Miami Heat, who are rounding into form at the right time…even without the services of Dwyane Wade for last night’s game.
‘Tis the season when NBA teams whip out Christmas videos to spread that holiday cheer.
Andray Blatche had a wide open path to the hoop early on in last night’s Wizards-Bulls game… and promptly did something “Andray Blatche-y” (that’s shorthand for “crapping the bed and blowing a two-handed dunk”).
Another game for the Los Angeles Clippers means another alley-oop dunk for Blake Griffin and another loss for the Clips.
According to Terrell Suggs, Ryan Fitzpatrick is the third best quarterback in the AFC, and Tom Brady isn’t number one or two. The dust has clearly not settled from the tiff that began when Brady and Suggs got into it during a game earlier this season.
There will be five NBA games played on Christmas day this year, and it’s got Phil Jackson’s stockings in a bunch.
During last night’s home, blowout loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, Kobe Bryant was called for a charging foul, and then voiced his displeasure over the call. He received one technical foul, uttered an obscenity, picked up his second technical, and then headed to the locker room for an early shower.
The Miami Heat missed seven straight shots on one possession during last night’s loss to the Dallas Mavericks before Mario Chalmers connected on a three-point shot.
One legendary Viking, former coach and Hall of Famer Bud Grant, channeled his inner Norse at TCF Bank Stadium in Minnesota, where the weather was freezing and the snow was plentiful.