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Which Jersey Shore Character Are You: LeBron James


Saturday, January 23rd 2010

I don’t get it. When Boom Diddy is healthy and playing well, he’s one of the very best in the league. Easily top 10.

He’s healthy. He’s dominating. In the PG spot very few can hang with him, he’s big, and he plays as strong as he looks. When the Clippers play the Lakers, he’s the one that guards Kobe.

Shooting 44% FG and 17 ppg in the month of January. 11th in steals.

He’s also sixth in the league in assists at 8.1 a game. Above him are only Kidd, Rondo, Williams, Paul, and Nash.

He has always been much more explosive and a way better scorer then Kidd. Has always been just as good a defender. Yet Kidd still gets talked about.

He’s a much much better scorer than Rondo. IMO he’s more creative than Rondo is. Better shooter, can post up, is bigger, stronger, etc. etc. Yet Rondo’s getting all the props even though he’s hiding behind three Hall of Famers.

Paul, Williams, and Nash are the only other PG’s I would put above B.Diddy right now. In fact I’d take a healthy & motivated Baron Davis over Steve Nash because that’s what The Beard has been this year + he’s just a bigger match up problem when on, and he’s on, and the only reason I’d take Paul & Williams is because they’re younger and so far have a better track record when it comes to injuries.

So where are they? Even with the winning streaks they’ve had, trying to make a push for that final playoff spot in the Western Conference, where are this man’s props? Where are ANY of the Clippers props? Why the hell was Chris Kaman left off the all-star ballot? NBA… why do you never make sense?

Thursday, January 21st 2010


People, well, some people are upset and disappointed that one of the Association’s premiere dunkers, let alone, players, LeBron James has passed on competing in this year’s slam dunk contest. Why should be upset about this? It’s not an issue of the contest being beneath James because Michael Jordan did the slam dunk and won it twice. It’s a matter of LeBron James losing to somebody else. Remember all that hoopla last summer over the missing footage of that kid dunking on James during a summer camp. The tape became a mythical piece of lore that when unearthed by TMZ, it was rather lackluster. There was no holy grail, it was just some kid getting lucky on a demi god. Did we think less of James as a player? No. Did we think less of James as a person? Maybe.

Well, I did.

I know that I’m in the vast minority here, but I’m not a James fan. I respect his skills and his effort and he will probably go down as one of the greatest players of all time, if not the greatest. But, I think he’s a big asshole. He’s an asshole that can’t bear to be challenged and potentially upstaged by somebody like a DeMar DeRozan in a dunk contest.

If LeBron James has the time to dance along the bench after a Delonte West makes a basket, then he has time to be in a slam dunk contest. LeBron James needs to be in the slam dunk contest to make All Star weekend relevant again. Remember when it was a big thing? Remember when it was on network television? Granted, TNT does a better job of covering the event than ABC/ESPN ever has/will, but the All Star game needs to return to prime time network television.

So, LeBron James suck it up and do the slam dunk contest. Help the Association out. And if you’re so keen on dancing, you could incorporate one of those crews from “America’s Best Dance Crew” into a dunk and have Lil’ Mama randomly stand on the court after the jam. It’s a win-win situation, James.

Also, LeBron James should not go to the Clippers in the off season. He’ll play second banana to Kobe Bryant in the Ciudad.

(Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Wednesday, January 20th 2010

The high scoring shootout between Kurt Warner & Aaron Rodgers ended with a Rodgers’ fumble returned by Karlos Dansby 17 yards for a touchdown to give the Cardinals a 51-45 victory over the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Wildcard game. The highest-scoring postseason game in league history ended abruptly in overtime.

The teams combined for 1,024 yards & 13 touchdowns making it an NFL playoff record. The Cardinals will move on to play at New Orleans on Saturday.

Post by kickhopper
Monday, January 11th 2010


for some reason, on new years i didn’t comprehend that it was the end of a DECADE until i saw this decade highlight clip.


Tuesday, January 5th 2010
Sunday, January 3rd 2010

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