INSIDE THE NBA

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  1. Paul Lincoln says:

    Paul Lincoln
    P.O. Box 5527
    Newtok, AK 99559
    Email Address: Yupik.native@yahoo.com
    May 14, 2013

    Re: Which team is a good candidate submerging from the underground and play to the end.

    I have been pondering over which team is going to be a good candidate for submerging from the underground and play the opposing team to the end. That is “The NBA Championship Game”.

    Well, I have noticed something that caught my attention during this 7 game series mode. I didn’t know there was a team from Memphis in the past, but after watching Kevin Wells and Charlie’s The Show also looking at the NBA.COM playoff update, and I have concluded that the Memphis Grizzlies are the good candidate for submerging from the underground and play the opposing team to the end.

    Well, other sport writers and commentators can make their conclusion to make the playoff series more interesting. At least we have something to do that is making predictions.

    Sincerely Yours,

    Paul Lincoln(John)-Anchorage, Alaska
    Babyedge
    Yupik Native/Babyedge
    Yupik1

    • Adam says:

      Am I the only person that thinks that Scott Brooks is not a great coach? I have seen nothing from him make me think “this guy is good coach” he had 2 of the top 5 players in the NBA on his team, that is why people mistake the Thunders rise as due to good coaching. Lionnel Hollings just coached circles around him. So did Spoelstra in the finals last year. HES NOT A GOOD COACH! someone needs to say it. He won coach of the year because his team won so many more games than the year before. I could coach Durrant and Westbrook to the western conference finals, and so could you! can I get a witnes?!

  2. Mrs. Arnold says:

    I want to let you men know how nice you all look. Now that is being role models
    No earrings. God Bless
    Keep up the good job encourage our youth
    Maybe they will get away from sagging pants. Smile

  3. Paul Lincoln says:

    Paul Lincoln
    P.O. Box 5527
    Newtok, AK 99559
    Email Address: Yupik.native@yahoo.com
    May 15,2013

    Re: Chicago Bulls versus Miami Heat

    Well, despite all of the negative reporting of sport writers regarding the health of the Miami Heat’s status. I have a confident that one of the players in the team will pick up the pieces to carry the team to win at home.

    Still I am on the neutral side between these two teams. My half goes to Carlos Boozer and other half goes to Mario Chalmers. My other half is supporting the Chicago Bulls to submerge from the underground and continue onto the NBA Championship finale. My other half is supporting the Miami Heat to win the fifth game at home. So, therefore I am in the situation where I have to declare as “Neutral side” or “indecisive to make decision”.

    Sincerely Yours,

    Paul Lincoln(John)-Anchorage, Alaska
    babyedge
    Yupik native/babyedge
    yupik1

  4. Alan says:

    The THUNDER rolls!!! Never count em out CB!!! Even without brother Westbrook!!! No I in team!!!!

  5. Craig says:

    OKC could have beaten Memphis easily. Every game was down to the wire and you have KD! Who would of thought he would not have produced those wins? Not me! I would take KD over anyone in those situations (even LeBron). It is just unfortunate for OKC that he did not make those couple of shots needed at the end of each game to win the series. I know he did a lot but what he could have done more was close out these games! Instead of shooting jumpers that were not falling he should have attacked the rim! Put the onus on the refs!

    Craig

  6. Kevin says:

    Charles, I know that magicians don’t tell how they do their tricks, but you have to spill Buick’s secret. I know that you know how Buick put Shaquille’s bigness in that little car!!!!

  7. Steve Hari says:

    You mention Rendevous for BBQ in Memphis. Contact me when you come to town and I will take you to a better place. Rendevous use to be good. Now it’s just plain commercialized. Look forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks,
    Steve

  8. Paul Lincoln says:

    Paul Lincoln
    P.O. Box 5527
    Newtok, AK 99559
    Email Address: Yupik.native@yahoo.com
    May 16, 2013

    Re: Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat

    Well, the fifth game of 7 game series between Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat was very exciting and the Miami Heat did survived the fifth game despite health status of Miami Heat. I didn’t watch the game, I hope one of the players did carried the team and made a difference just one game. That is right, it takes just one game to be recognized by other players.

    Well, my other half did rooted for Chicago Bulls to win this game, but the reality struck itself again, the MIami Heat were better team and will continue onto the NBA Championship Series. Even though I picked the Memphis Grizzlies as underdogs, but as the fan of MIami Heat, I can make my determination who is and who is not going to win. My hope this comment will not haunt me during the NBA Championship series.

    I thought I have seen George Attla here at the village of Newtok, Alaska yesterday. I think he is going to Bethel, Alaska through Era Alaska this morning flight.

    Sincerely Yours,

    Paul Lincoln(john)-Anchorage, Alaska
    Babyedge
    Yupik Native/Babyedge
    Yupik1

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