OUTSIDE THE PAINT

7 Comments

  1. Joy says:

    You look great!!! Don’t get me wrong, my husband and I are watching the games and we joined weight watchers. It’s a diet he can do with mr and we both are doing great. We both lst more than ten lbs in less than a month. Thx!!!!!

  2. Greg says:

    I’m sick and tired of watching officials determine the outcome of games. How about a discussion about that!

  3. CAl ford says:

    Charles what’s up big dog? Have you ever played softball for fun back in the day

  4. Norm says:

    Good call on Kentucky. Kansas looked like Miami against the Celtics on Sunday-
    TURRIBLE!- unable to mount an effective comeback with missed opportunites & mistakes.

  5. Thomas Mayer says:

    You have some really nice articel on your blog. I like it very much!

  6. co says:

    Hey Charles im a huge fan. Can you please make
    everyone happy and make a deal with nba 2k game to feature in 2k13.

  7. vince Espitia says:

    Sir Charles. I am surprised not comments on the angle of Harden’s head running into World Peace’s elbow. Comon Man!! Harden was using one of the oldest tricks in the NBA. Snick up on a player after he’s scored in order to get a cheap foul. If you look at the video, you see Harden leaning into World Peace with his hands, arms and elbow up around World Peace’s face. He instigated the whole confrontation is hopes of getting a cheap foul. This is a classic Rodman move only you could hear the glass breaking when hardin jaw impacted. This was and is a precurser to the Thunder’s playoff run. I’ve been a Laker fan my entire life, but the Spurs will win it all! How will they do it, with great coaching. So Dwight Howard can kiss my ass. Mr no jump shot, Mr no leadership, Mr. Quitter. Now you know why Howard didn’t want to go to the Lakers. He would have been exposed for being one dimensional: Dumb!

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