Wednesday, February 23, 2011

This morning I woke up to a realization that again my beloved Jazz have proven to be the most brainless, unintelligent organization in the NBA! Breaking news the Utah Jazz have traded their All Star point guard Deron Williams to the New Jersey Nets for guard Devin Harris, power forward Derrik Favors and two future 1st round draft picks, oh and don't forget some cash which the Jazz need ever so badly because they are still to busy paying washed up Ak-47 the most on the team!! When I read this it just proved to me yet again that the Jazz organization failed to prove to their fan base that they have the ability to be a winning organization and never will until they find someone to drive the bus in the right direction! We all thought that maybe after we had surprisingly got rid off All Star Carlos Boozer and stunning rookie Wesley Matthews that we would begin to acquire players around Williams so that we could eventually make a run for west but again were surprised this morning with the news. Deron Williams is arguably the best point guard in the NBA averaging 19 points and nearly 10 assists per game! To let someone of that caliber go over what some think to be a make believe argument with hall of fame coach Jerry Sloan is completely immature and idiotic, especially after Sloan has already retired!
Jazz fans get ready for the long hall because this is going to be another frustrating ride for all of us! The truth is that the problem starts at the root and until that root is forcefully pulled from its position the entire entity will be poisoned for failure, let the rebuilding begin!

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Do the Heat Have What It Takes...

So Bosh showed up in Toronto for the first time since he signed with Heat. The crowd booed him and he scored 25 points and the Heat won. Not too shabby for his homecoming game.

Now the question is, are they strong enough to win this year? I think this is a good point in the season to review their progress as a team. After a slow start they have definitely started to figure things out. They are finally starting to get some chemistry.

Although I don't think they are quite there offensively. Their defense has been good and they have proven to be strong but statistically their offense is not where it needs to be. Yes, they don't really have strong big but they have figured out a way to get around it(will happen with James and Wade on same team). Boston has been playing together for years now and the Heat have been together for half of the year, yet a couple points separate them. Now, the playoffs are a whole different season and Boston has a lot of depth in the experience category. What do you guys think? Can Miami find a way to do it this year? Or do they still need a year or two to work out the kinks?

Pujols Looking to Move?

So it seems that Albert Pujols might be leaving the Cardinals after this year. It seems that he might be looking for more of an Alex Rodriguez contract. Do you think that they would entertain the thought of trading him? Should he stay? This late in his career is he worth that kind of money to St. Louis?

Monday, February 14, 2011

Rooney Out Of This World

Redemption came for Rooney in his game winner in this years supreme derby match. Sir Alex Fergusen said that Old Trafford may never again see such an incredible goal. I wont argue with the man. Surely this will mend any problems with Rooney and ManU from this past fall.

Goal of the year in my book.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Sorry the last post was messed up

So I am watching the Black Eyed Peas Halftime show and pondering the game and what has happened so far. Well first of all Ben has threw 2 touchdowns which has been a big part of this game, although he did semi redeem himself with a great pass to Heinze Ward. Rogers has been playing pretty well, but he needs a huge second half. The defense for the pack has been solid. Although I would like a big hit from Matthews on Ben, the criminal. Oops did I say that. Go pack, pull it off gentlemen!

Halftime Post

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Lebron James

LeBron James unloads on Twitter, says 'karma' is punishing Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert: "'Crazy. Karma is a b——.. Gets you every time. Its not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything!'"

So this is the subject of my post. I need to voice an opinion about this. I specifically remember when Lebron made his decision to go to Miami and everyone jumped on the Lebron Hater ban wagon. People were ruthless, you would have thought this 25 yr old man killed someone. It was unbelievable. Then the great Dan Gilbert came out with his classy message for Lebron. And during this time Lebron went on his twitter account and said that he wanted everyone to know that he was listening to everything that was being said and that he wasn't going to forget anything. Anyways so Miami got off to a shaky start and everyone again starts saying that this isn't going to work out and that it's all Lebron's fault. Did people really think they would win 82 games? All of a sudden the Heat start to figure things out and they have been scary good in the last couple of weeks. The Cavs have the exact same record as the Heat but they have been losing. Now when Lebron left Cleveland, I remember Dan Gilbert saying that his team was going to win a championship before Miami, I know the Heat haven't won anything yet, but correct me if I am wrong in saying that the Cavs are not exactly on their way to a championship anytime soon. I think they even lost by 55 points last night. Now this post isn't aimed at Mo and Cav players but the intelligent man running the team. People can say whatever they want, but Lebron James was their team. He made all of those players better. In fact he made those players. They wouldn't even be on the map if it wasn't for him. Not too many athletes can do for a team what he did for that Cavalier organization. They started winning as soon as he got there and started losing as soon as he left. It's the same team people, that owner and their organization owe a lot to him, he generated so much revenue for them and put that city on the map. Yeah he left in an immature fashion, he's a kid still. Oh yeah and by the way, he just built a sports complex in Santa Monica for the Boys and Girls club with the funds generated by "The Decision". Not too bad for a dumb coward. So why I started this rant anyways was because of a tweet that I posted at the top of the page, aimed at Mr. Classy himself, Dan Gilbert. Hey Dan, that 25 yr old kid has more character then you will ever have, good luck selling seats for a last place team.