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Thursday, June 16, 2016


The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors 115-101 in game 6 of the NBA Finals. The Cavs victory forces a deciding game 7 on Father's Day.

Although the score doesn't really show it, Cleveland dominated from the opening tip. They started fast, ending the first quarter with a 31-11 lead.  The game was dominated by LeBron James.  For the second straight game LeBron had 41 points.

The game got even more interesting with just over minutes to play Steph Curry fouled out and was not happy.  He charged at the ref and threw his mouth piece in the other direction, hitting a fan.  Curry was given a technical fouled and ejected from the game.  He left with 30 points.

This game had alot of numbers that you could say made  the difference.  In my opinion the biggest number was 1.  Not for the 1 game that will decide the tittle on Sunday, but for the 1 assist Steph Curry had.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016


Tomorrow night the 2016 NBA Finals moves to Cleveland as the Cavs host the Golden State Warriors in game 3.

In case you have been sleeping under a rock lately the Warriors lead the best of 7 series 2-0. They absolutely dominated game 2 and have many fans thinking repeat.  Which poses the question, is game 3 a must win for the Cleveland Cavaliers?

The answer should come quick and it is yes!  It will be very difficult for LeBron James to lead his team back from a 3 game deficit.  The Cavs have heard all year long how much better the West is and now they are seeing it first hand.  The series most likely won't end in a sweep but it will end with the Warriors calling themselves defending champs.

Monday, June 6, 2016


MMA fighter Kevin Ferguson, better known as Kimbo Slice has died at a hospital in Florida.  The cause of death isn't clear but some reports are saying it was heart failure.

Kimbo Slice last fought in February.  He won the fight but later the victory was taken away because Kimbo tested positive for steroids.

Slice was a YouTube sensation who used his street fighting ability to become famous.  At just 42 years of age he was taken from us too soon and will be deeply missed.

Friday, June 3, 2016


Tonight 74 year old and boxing icon Muhammad Ali passed away at an Arizona hospital from a respiratory infection.  Ali also spent the last 32 years of his life fighting Parkinson's disease.

Ali will be remembered for many such as his smack talk and his not joining the military.  Most importantly Muhammad Ali should be remember for his talent and his ability to fight in and out of the ring.

Ali's toughest fight in his life wasn't Joe Frazier or even George Foreman.  It was Parkinson's disease.  Ali put up a great fight but finally lost the battle tonight.

Muhammad Ali, we salute you!  You were a great boxer and an even better fighter.