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  1. Paul Lincoln says:

    Paul Lincoln
    P.O. Box 5527
    Newtok, AK 99559
    Email Address: Yupik.native@yahoo.com
    May 24, 2013

    Re: IND vs MIAMI

    Well, I hope this time I won’t start any controversial issue gone haywire across the media rim just I did yesterday. Nonetheless, I am at the small village of Newtok, Alaska. It is isolated community, nearest hub is Bethel, Alaska. Nearest village is Tununak, Alaska, it is located on Nelson Island, south of WWT(Newtok) about 39 nautical miles by air. The residents here at the village are prominently native, so basically speaking, the social media is out of question at the local level, except few residents.

    On the first game of 7 game series, the defending NBA champions Miami Heat survived by one point, thanks to their superstar James LeBron’s last second dunk defiled all odds beating time remaining 2.2 seconds on the Over Time Regulation. Matter of fact, he also did sank three pointer the time remaining .79 seconds on the time regulation in the past. So, James LeBron should be recognized for his achievement for defiling all odds couple of times.

    Well, Indiana Pacers played remarkably well against the NBA Champions Miami Heat. Unfortunately, almost doesn’t count especially when your team lost on the game. But it is only the first game of the 7 game series. So, let us see who is going to win today, and make some recommendations how are the both of the teams going make some adjustments on the next game. If the Indiana Pacers wins today, they are considered as “Improvised Team”.

    Sincerely Yours,

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

  2. Bev says:

    Bird Man! Bird Man! Do your thang!!!!

  3. ERIC WHITE says:

    Why isn’t King James posting George down low? James has him by 75lbs post that young man!

  4. omar diaz says:

    bird man!bird man!bird man!bird man! lmaoo

  5. Paul Lincoln says:

    Paul Lincoln
    P.O. Box 5527
    Newtok, AK 99559
    Email Address: Yupik.native@yahoo.com
    May 28, 2013

    Re: Eastern Conference Championship Series

    I had a glimpse of 3rd game of 7 game series, between Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers. I thought the game was going to be a very close, the Miami Heat did improvised and make some adjustment result of that the Miami Heat had a momentum late in the 4th quarter and outscored the Indiana Pacers. Well, that is a same spirit the Miami Heat had last year.

    Momentum is a feeling when it comes to the players in the court. If the team has this feeling during the game, the team is unstoppable on the offensive side on the scoring board. One player can change the outcome of the game, unless if other opposing team can figure out how to stop this momentum. Well, someone can answer that question how to stop the momentum.

    Fourth Game of the Eastern Conference Championship is very important for Indian Pacers to regain their confidence, make some adjustments and if they win the fourth game. They will regain their confidence for the next game. That is very important especially to the moral of the team.

    Miami Heat has a momentum for 4th game, their offense and defense can speak for them. Other than that, I have no comment at all. Maybe someone can explain more than I can at this time.

    Sincerely Yours,

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

  6. nyrican says:

    I had the honor of speaking to the Doctor on my birthday in orlando fl 2006? I worked as a sous chef..and julius lived in the same area where the owner of the resturaunt lived. The onwer and I had talked about basketball. Told him my partner Hassan Ray and I nicknamed him Uncle Julius as a kid screaming when he got the ball going to the rim!! ( When we played we would clean the snow salt it down, and play come down the court here comes JULUIS ERRRVING!!) Uncle Julius was my idol growing up as a kid. So on my birthday took that day off and got a call from Dr.J what a birthday present it was..Called my boy Hassan and told him guess who I spoke to..UNCLE JULiUS!! Then meet him also in a hotel where he use to eat at in a golf club, where I was the Chef..It was a honor to see him in ABA. the NBA took his street game away with the FRO….but he’s a LEGEND! THANKS UNCLE JULIUS because you changed the game for others today!! You are the fish who saved pittsburg!! God bless you!!

  7. Natalie W. Baker says:

    Hello Charles! My name is Natalie W. Baker and just love watching you guys on Inside the NBA! Your comments are honest and sincere! As a sports nut from VA I’m watching Dr. J with you and the guys. I’m so proud and my daughter was named outstanding female athlete the night Dr J was inducted into African American Sports Hall of Fame. May God continue to bless you. By the way, I agree the Pacers can win!!!

  8. Paul Lincoln says:

    Paul Lincoln
    P.O. Box 5527
    Newtok, AK 99559
    Email Address: Yupik.native@yahoo.com
    May 29, 2013

    Re: 5th game of the 7 Game Eastern Conference Series

    Yesterday, I didn’t watch the whole game, but had glance at the screen couple of times. I suppose the Indiana Pacers had a momentum in the 4th game of the 7 game series. Also for the fact the Indiana Pacers had a home advantage, the crowd can generate momentum and it is hard to defuse the momentum by the opposing team.

    Miami Heat-LeBron James fouled out in the 4th quarter resulted limited playing time for him to help his team in the last minutes of the regulation time. Well, we have seen same scenario last year, when the Miami Heat played against the Boston Celtics. Miami Heat were better team, but the Boston Celtics played a smart games during the Eastern Conference Championship Series.

    At this time, I don’t know which is a better team. Maybe someone can evaluate both of the teams and determine which team will win the series.

    Coming into the 5th game of the 7 game series. Well, I thought the Miami Heat had an edge and the momentum on their side coming into the 4th Game of the 7 game series. Frankly, my conclusion on the strength of these two teams was graded and edited for clarity during yesterday game.

    Miami Heat will have an home field advantage. Miami Heat can rebound from the yesterday loss. They will make some adjustments and improvise on the next game.

    Indiana Pacers may have a same strength as Miami Heat, but I am very critical about this assessment. At this time, Indiana Pacers strength indicator might be higher than the Miami Heat, But again the home field advantage-crowd can generate the momentum, unless the opposing team can quiet the crowd.

    Well, anyone can make assessment on the strength of these two teams.

    Sincerely Yours,

    Paul Lincoln(John)-Anchorage, Alaska
    Babyedge
    Yupik.native@yahoo.com
    Yupik1

  9. friv says:

    thank your post! a great video

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