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Hamal Samuel
Thursday 6th November 2008, 2:11pm
yea. i like your blog posts alot. I like that picture 2. lets go NY G's.....
d markus
Tuesday 4th November 2008, 12:14pm
you ever do any work on camera? I'd be interested in talking to you about working for a comedy sports site.
Tony McLeod
Monday 3rd November 2008, 7:39pm
haha no hate mail, I am wondering what they are going to do with the whole Marbury situation. I see you rocking the Giants jersey, must be nice to have a good team, my NFL team is the Cincinnati Bengals, at least people know im faithful to my teams lol... have a good week.

Marija kero's Weblog Posts

Jared Jeffries - Undeniably the WORST player in the NBA posted on 02/14/2010

I ran out of words, so I now use BBM faces to express my hatred towards Jared Jeffries of the New York Knicks.  

Check it out:

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Kobe's 61 vs. LeBron's 52 posted on 02/27/2009

First and foremost, let me defend my Knicks by pointing out that neither of these offensive explosions were completely due to a lack of NY defense. All NBA players, especially the superstars, will tell you without hesitation that this is the best stage to play on. The city is the mecca of basketball, the arena is the world's most famous. If a superstar is going to put on a show and break records, they'd rather do it at MSG than any other place in the world.

Now, first game's first – Black Mamba.

I want to hate him, but I just can't. All I could do is watch him in complete awe as he dominated the court – completely unfazed by the fact that his starting center was injured and out.  My chants of defense were useless and quickly silenced on every possession. A hand in his face, a body falling off balance – it didn't matter. The shots still fell and I had to respect every one of them. They fell and kept falling until he reached 61 – the most points scored in the Garden since it moved to its new location on 33rd st. Fatigue was far from a factor, no matter how hard the Knicks played him and sent him to the line. Kobe coolly knocked down all 20 foul shots that he attempted. As a Knicks fan, all I could do was shake my head and wish that Bernard King could've put in just one more shot to salvage his spot in the record books. As a basketball fan, all I could do was be grateful that I was able to witness offensive perfection from the man who will surely walk away with the M.V.P. trophy this season.

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Celtics will NOT repeat in 2009. posted on 02/06/2009

The moment the t's were crossed and the i's were dotted, and the Big Three was established, I declared the Boston Celtics the 2008 NBA Champions.

Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Ray Allen are among the elite at their respective positions, breaking records left and right. Individually, they have accomplished all that they possibly could. Each of those men were surely headed to the Hall of Fame, but they were all headed there with bare fingers. They were all headed there without closure. Until, that is, a sunny summer day in 2007. Talent partially aside, there is no way in the world that you could put those three men together and not win a championship. The hunger that they all shared for that Larry O'Brien was enough to secure the big prize that they have all been chasing since the day they were drafted. They are now headed to the hall of fame with some extra shine.

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The Knicks Make Trades for a Future No Where in Sight - Crawford, Randolph, and Collins for Harrington, Thomas, and Mobley posted on 12/12/2008

The Knicks Make Trades for a Future No Where in Sight On November 22nd, Donnie Walsh stripped Knicks fans of any hopes that the early 6-5 start had given them. Walsh traded Jamal Crawford, who was recently named team captain, to the Golden State Warriors for forward Al Harrington. Just a few hours later, Zach Randolph and Mardy Collins were packaged and shipped to the L.A. Clippers in exchange for Cuttino Mobley and Tim Thomas.

 Topping my long list of reasons for opposing this trade is the fact that Jamal was just named the captain of this New York team. For quite some time, our problem has not been lack of talent, but lack of a cohesive unit with good leadership. We finally have a group of guys working together with great chemistry under the leadership of team captain, Jamal Crawford. Jamal was coming off his best season yet, and began the 2008-2009 season with very similar numbers - 19.6ppg and 4.4 apg. Trading away the man who took on the difficult role of leading this team says a lot about the lack of team morale.

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Opening Night @ the Garden, Fans chant for Steph??? posted on 10/30/2008

"We want Steph! We want Steph!" Um, I'm sorry, I thought you wanted to WIN! And if you want to win, then Steph is NOT who you want!

Fellow Knicks "fans" left me dazed at the Garden on Wednesday as they chanted for Stephon Marbury to come to the floor. D'Antoni paid no mind and left Steph where he belongs, warming the bench.

 The chants began when Chris Duhon commited his first turnover. Unintelligent fans are funny like turnover and they start screaming for an even worse option than the one on the floor. My, oh my, how quickly they forgot how many costly turnovers Steph commited in the past seasons.

All in all, Duhon did a decent job. He had 9 points, dished 3 assists, grabbed 3 boards, and tallied one steal. I won't praise him on the defensive end, because his man did always seem to be a step ahead of him.

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