INSIDE THE NBA

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  1. Nick says:

    Im gone fishin while watchin the Spurs play.. this game is gonna be a game of flops and ghost calls.. Genobili leading the way. Flop city Spurs…. Grizzlys don’t stand a chance, the refs have bought into the Spurs tricky ways of playin for years..

  2. Paul Lincoln says:

    Paul Lincoln
    P.O. Box 5527
    Newtok, AK 99559
    Email Address: Yupik.native@yahoo.com
    May 20, 2013

    Re: Playoff: Spurs vs Grizzlies

    Spurs vs Grizzlies-well, yesterday I went to my kid bother Xie’s house just glance at the screen couple of times and wondered if I need to reassess what I wrote on my last comment. Then again, I thought about the last year’s NBA Championship Series-wondering if the grizzlies are testing the strength of the opposing team that is the Spurs. Well, let the reality stroll once again and we will see the truth at the end of the 7 game series.

    At the same time I thought about Tony Parker’s first NBA Championship appearance which generated excitement among the sport writers and commentators. I don’t know how old he was then. If my memory doesn’t fail me. He must have been 19 or 21 years old, and just got out of high school. HIs work ethnic and hard work did landed him
    at San Antonio Spurs. Well, that doesn’t mean that the education is secondary, it is still important to complete any kind of education or training, so anyone can be productive in the society, which this country needs.

    Sincerely Yours,

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

  3. Paul Lincoln says:

    Paul Lincoln
    P.O. Box 5527
    Newtok, AK 99559
    Email Address: Yupik.native@yahoo.com
    May 21,2013

    Re: Miami Heat vs Indiana Pacers

    First of all, I want to express my condolence to the victims of the state of OKC and I am sure the victims are now in good hands, not in this life, but in the next life.

    Miami Heat might be questionable in the area of health status, but the heart of the champions can defend their title even if they are struggling during the series. In the past, good players have demonstrated that the agony and pain can be overcome by the nature of determination in heart. That is my hope with the Miami Heat at this time.

    In other hand Indian Pacers can defeat the NBA Champions, if they can overcome any negative and pressure from any source including the media. One of the players did mentioned during the interview last week that their team are similar with Chicago Bulls situation last year. If that is the case then, the Indiana Pacers needs to make explanation point during this eastern conference playoff.

    Well, I am not trying to be too pious, because if I do that will come back to haunt me during this last playoff series.

    Let the better team will be series. I don’t want to use the “Reality” at this time, because it is getting to be old, but the sports commentators can use that line.

    Sincerely Yours,

    Paul Lincoln(John)-Anchorage, Alaska
    Babyedge
    Yupik Native/Babyedge
    yupik1

  4. Q.Nichole Tolliver says:

    I absolutely love your honesty I just heard you say that the heat always want their asses kissed and are prone to over reacting man how refreshing to know someone else shares my feelings you just made my day.

  5. Paul Lincoln says:

    Paul Lincoln
    P.O. Box 5527
    Newtok, AK 99559
    Email Address: Yupik.native@yahoo.com
    May 23, 2013

    Re: NBA Playoffs

    Well, I didn’t watch the game between MIami Heat and Indiana Pacers. After KTUU’s Kevin Wells report and I thought to myself, James LeBron defiled all odds beating the buzzer at the end of the O.T. regulation with the slam dunk. Last time, he did scored time remaining less than a second. I think it was .79 or something like that. MIami Heat did survived the game. Well, one thing for sure, James LeBron has a heart of the champion. Three more wins to go for MIami Heat to reach the NBA Championship Series.

    San Antonio Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies-S.A. Spurs won two games already with the Western Conference Championship Series. Memphis Grizzlies might be in trouble, if they don’t improvise and make some adjustment on the next game that will be reality for the Grizzlies to face. San Antonio Spurs needs two more wins to advance into the NBA Championship Series,

    Well, good luck to all the teams and we will know the truth after game series are concluded.

    Sincerely Yours,

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

  6. Paul Lincoln says:

    Paul Lincoln
    P.O. Box 5527
    Newtok, AK 99559
    Email Address: Yupik.native@yahoo.com
    May 23, 2013

    Re: “Defiled all odds”

    I don’t know why certain special interest groups are very conscious what I write. Obviously, my writings are not intended to offend anybody at all. I used the term, “defiled all odds,” especially for James LeBron since he has beaten the regulation time twice in his career.

    The word “Defile”, means “the narrow passage”, which can be used in sport media especially when the player does something that electrifies the crowd including the sport commentators. In this case, James LeBron did achieved 2.2 second and less than second to win the ball game. This short sentence “defiled all odds” is good description for his accomplishment. Well, anyone can give boarder definition for that, and they’re welcome.

    Sincerely Yours,

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

  7. ralph says:

    I am not a heat fan do u thnk there going to win lots of titles. as long as lebron and others stp flopping and crying sme time. i am a big fan did u do alot tht.

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