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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Yo Yo, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. Yo Yo

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    Ni kwa wapenda kikapu cha Majuu NBA

    EASTERN CONFERENCE
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    WESTERN CONFERENCE
    Dallas Mavericks
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  2. Yo Yo

    Yo Yo JF-Expert Member

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    Kesho mishale ya saa 12 asubuhi kwa saa za bongo kutakuwa na bonge la game Los angeles Lakers ya Kobe na Los angeles Clippers ya Blake Griffin
    kwenye ukanda wa West Pasific kwenye timu 5 hawa jamaa wame tie 1-1

    Season Series: tied 1-1
    • 12/8 - LAL 87 @ LAC 86
    • 1/16 - LAL 92 @ LAC 99
    • 2/25 - LAC @ LAL
    • 3/25 - LAC @ LAL
     
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    Miami :flame:?
     
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    Hashim Thabeet yuko kwenye team gani...tuangalia game lake Kijana wetu.
     
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  6. Yo Yo

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    thanks man niliisahau....leo wamemfunga Washing wizard 121 kwa 113

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    na kama kawaida D wade my favourite player alifanya mambo kwa ku score 41 points
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  7. Yo Yo

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    Monta Eliis with the no-look dish.
     
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    Hasheem kauzwa Houston Rockets......watacheza leo saa 11 alfajiri na New Jersey Nets tuombe umeme usikatike labda dogo anaeza anza kucheza leo....
     
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    Duh yo yo kweli unapenda basketball.. Unaamka saa 11 alfajiri kuangalia mediocre teams kama rockets..speaking of mediocre naona cavaliers wali wastun knicks jana.
     
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    duh naona mechi ya knicks na heat imeanza hapa...upande wa pili oscars zinaanza shortly...sijui niangalie nini...mambo ya pip.
     
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    NY Knicks 91 - 86 Miami Heat
     
  12. Yo Yo

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    mkuu nilikuwa mnazi na mchambuzi mzuri tu wa soccer.... soka siku hizi ni kama siasa tu go figure..... soka la mwisho mie kuwa mnazi ni kile kipindi cha akina Zizzou,Figo na akina Solari ya Del Bosko....kidogo naangalia angalia soka la latino aint no fun no more wa siasa za england....

    ...anyway basketball mkuu hamna siasa kama za akina abrahamovic na fagasoni....uku unapigwa dalizi waenda marikiti watu wanabinjuka mkuno...so kuamka saa 9 sio ishu kwangu....
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    Dogo juzi alicheza kwa dakika 2 game yake ya kwanza akiwa na YUston.....
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    hawa miami walitegemewa watapafomu sana kutokana na combination ya lebron wade na bosh....lols amare aliwafanya vibaya
     
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    blacka mamba alipopigwa stop na hasheem
     
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    MJ's MVP pick for 2010/2011 season

    Jordan: 'No doubt' about MVP. It's Rose


    08:08 AM ET 03.10 | On the same night Carlos Boozer was injured, the Bulls clinched a playoff spot in front of their most famous alum. Michael Jordan receives massive standing ovations whenever he returns to the United Center, as he will Saturday night for the 20th anniversary celebration of the Bulls' first NBA championship in a ceremony with former broadcaster Jim Durham as host. But there might be a few extra decibels involved given what His Airness said about Derrick Rose in a rare interview Wednesday night. "MVP of the season," the Bobcats owner said Wednesday night after the Bulls downed his team 101-84. "He deserves it. He's playing that well, without a doubt."
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  16. Yo Yo

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    bonge la hame limeisha punde miami na LA
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    Kobe Bryant drives past Dwyane Wade during the first half LA....
     
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    Dwyane Wade, who had 20 points in Miami's 94-88 win, looks to make a move against Kobe Bryant.
     
  18. BAK

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    Jalen Rose

    From the NY Times:

    March 16, 2011, 1:47 pm
    Grant Hill's Response to Jalen Rose
    By GRANT HILL
    Grant Hill currently plays for the Phoenix Suns.Associated Press Grant Hill currently plays for the Phoenix Suns.

    "The Fab Five," an ESPN film about the Michigan basketball careers of Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Chris Webber, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson from 1991 to 1993, was broadcast for the first time Sunday night. In the show, Rose, the show's executive producer, stated that Duke recruited only black players he considered to be "Uncle Toms." Grant Hill, a player on the Duke team that beat Michigan in the 1992 Final Four, reflected on Rose's comments.

    I am a fan, friend and longtime competitor of the Fab Five. I have competed against Jalen Rose and Chris Webber since the age of 13. At Michigan, the Fab Five represented a cultural phenomenon that impacted the country in a permanent and positive way. The very idea of the Fab Five elicited pride and promise in much the same way the Georgetown teams did in the mid-1980s when I was in high school and idolized them. Their journey from youthful icons to successful men today is a road map for so many young, black men (and women) who saw their journey through the powerful documentary, "The Fab Five."

    It was a sad and somewhat pathetic turn of events, therefore, to see friends narrating this interesting documentary about their moment in time and calling me a bitch and worse, calling all black players at Duke "Uncle Toms" and, to some degree, disparaging my parents for their education, work ethic and commitment to each other and to me. I should have guessed there was something regrettable in the documentary when I received a Twitter apology from Jalen before its premiere. I am aware Jalen has gone to some length to explain his remarks about my family in numerous interviews, so I believe he has some admiration for them.

    In his garbled but sweeping comment that Duke recruits only "black players that were ‘Uncle Toms,' " Jalen seems to change the usual meaning of those very vitriolic words into his own meaning, i.e., blacks from two-parent, middle-class families. He leaves us all guessing exactly what he believes today.

    I am beyond fortunate to have two parents who are still working well into their 60s. They received great educations and use them every day. My parents taught me a personal ethic I try to live by and pass on to my children.

    I come from a strong legacy of black Americans. My namesake, Henry Hill, my father's father, was a day laborer in Baltimore. He could not read or write until he was taught to do so by my grandmother. His first present to my dad was a set of encyclopedias, which I now have. He wanted his only child, my father, to have a good education, so he made numerous sacrifices to see that he got an education, including attending Yale.

    This is part of our great tradition as black Americans. We aspire for the best or better for our children and work hard to make that happen for them. Jalen's mother is part of our great black tradition and made the same sacrifices for him.

    My teammates at Duke - all of them, black and white - were a band of brothers who came together to play at the highest level for the best coach in basketball. I know most of the black players who preceded and followed me at Duke. They all contribute to our tradition of excellence on the court.

    It is insulting and ignorant to suggest that men like Johnny Dawkins (coach at Stanford), Tommy Amaker (coach at Harvard), Billy King (general manager of the Nets), Tony Lang (coach of the Mitsubishi Diamond Dolphins in Japan), Thomas Hill (small-business owner in Texas), Jeff Capel (former coach at Oklahoma and Virginia Commonwealth), Kenny Blakeney (assistant coach at Harvard), Jay Williams (ESPN analyst), Shane Battier (Memphis Grizzlies) and Chris Duhon (Orlando Magic) ever sold out their race.

    To hint that those who grew up in a household with a mother and father are somehow less black than those who did not is beyond ridiculous. All of us are extremely proud of the current Duke team, especially Nolan Smith. He was raised by his mother, plays in memory of his late father and carries himself with the pride and confidence that they instilled in him.

    The sacrifice, the effort, the education and the friendships I experienced in my four years are cherished. The many Duke graduates I have met around the world are also my "family," and they are a special group of people. A good education is a privilege.

    Just as Jalen has founded a charter school in Michigan, we are expected to use our education to help others, to improve life for those who need our assistance and to use the excellent education we have received to better the world.

    A highlight of my time at Duke was getting to know the great John Hope Franklin, James B. Duke Professor of History and the leading scholar of the last century on the total history of African-Americans in this country. His insights and perspectives contributed significantly to my overall development and helped me understand myself, my forefathers and my place in the world.

    Ad ingenium faciendum, toward the building of character, is a phrase I recently heard. To me, it is the essence of an educational experience. Struggling, succeeding, trying again and having fun within a nurturing but competitive environment built character in all of us, including every black graduate of Duke.

    My mother always says, "You can live without Chaucer and you can live without calculus, but you cannot make it in the wide, wide world without common sense." As we get older, we understand the importance of these words. Adulthood is nothing but a series of choices: you can say yes or no, but you cannot avoid saying one or the other. In the end, those who are successful are those who adjust and adapt to the decisions they have made and make the best of them.

    I caution my fabulous five friends to avoid stereotyping me and others they do not know in much the same way so many people stereotyped them back then for their appearance and swagger. I wish for you the restoration of the bond that made you friends, brothers and icons.

    I am proud of my family. I am proud of my Duke championships and all my Duke teammates. And, I am proud I never lost a game against the Fab Five.

    Grant Henry Hill
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    MAMBO YA BIG 3The Heat's dynamic trio joined historic company Sunday, with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh each finishing with at least 30 points and 10 rebounds in a win over a surging Houston team for their fifth straight win and eight in nine games. They also snapped the Rockets' winning streak at five games.
    They became only the second trio of teammates to accomplish that feat in regulation time, joining Oscar Robertson, Wayne Embry and Jack Twyman, who did it in 1961 as members of the Cincinnati Royals.
    "That was one of the things we talked about when we came together was making history," Bosh said told the Miami Herald. "People kind of thought we were crazy a little bit, but to be great I think sometimes you have to have crazy thoughts … That is awesome. It's mind blowing. That's crazy. Hopefully one day, 50 years from now, someone else will do it and say, "Hey, that was the other, other, other Big 3.'"
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    It's hard to compare the feats since all we have to go on for the 1961 crew's feat is the written accounts of what went down (no one here at the hideout was even born for another decade or so).
    "To go down in history, to have three teammates have 30 and 10, first time in over 50 years," James said, "I think it's unbelievable."
     
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