Overall NBA Round-up

This is really interesting. The L.A. Lakers fired Mike Brown and are looking for a top head coach in the mean time. Shortly after firing Brown, the Lakers beat the Golden State Warriors in a blow-out win 101-77. Kobe Bryant had a statement game with 27 points. The New York Knicks are 4-0 with a convincing win over Dallas 104-94. They are really hustling, these Knicks, and it starts with Carmelo Anthony. Anthony really is hustling now. His hustle, his stats, his energy, they’re all important for Anthony and for New York right now. Lebron James hit a clutch shot against Atlanta as the Heat won 95-89. Stay tuned for more NBA updates as time goes on.


2012 NBA Playoff Thoughts #5

Hey everyone. Here’s the site of my new blog. Hopefully you’ll like the new location. I was really excited by the New York Knicks’ victory over the Miami Heat in Game 4. I was sitting at a bar with my friends, watching a part of the game and then had to leave to go to Hooters to join my friends when I was watching the game. Great game. Carmelo Anthony ends up with 41 points and most importantly, a Knicks victory. The Knicks survived elimination, winning 89-87 and forcing Game 5 in Miami this Wednesday. I am sooo looking forward to it. Late game plays from L.A. Lakers bench players and Ramon Sessions helped secured a victory in Denver giving the Mike Brown-coached Lakers a 3-1 series lead. The Lakers win Game 4 92-88. Boston wins against Atlanta 101-79 for a 3-1 series lead. I really hate to say it, but the Chicago Bulls really stink up the joint without Derrick Rose playing for them. They lost Game 4 89-82 and are now in danger of being eliminated. I really can’t say if Chicago deserved to win, even though they don’t have Derrick Rose or Joakim Noah.