Sunday, April 29, 2012

NBA & NHL Playoffs scores & AAU Tourney Semi Final in Hosuton - 4/29, Vol.1, 1st Edition

I’ve had my share of ups and downs, times when there was no one around, God came and spoke these words to me, praise will confuse the enemy.  Welcome to your Special Spiritual Sports Segment on a Sunday on, where I give you your spirituality twisted sports!

The playoffs kicked off yesterday in the National Basketball Association as the #2 seed Miami Heat literally spanked the #7 seeded New York Knicks 100-67 as the LeBron James lite up the scoreboard for 32 points, the top overall seed Chicago Bulls crushed the 8th seeded Philadelphia 76er’s 109-91, but it had to be the most somber lost as the Bulls lost their reigning MVP Derrick Rose, not only for the rest of the playoffs, but for the next several months as Rose tore his left ACL on a non-contact play with 1:22 left to play in the game and Rose will obviously miss the Summer Olympics in London. Many question head coach Tom Thiodeau for having Rose in the game that was under control but Thids stated “I don’t work backwards like you guys do…the score was going the other way.” My hometown Orlando Magic, who has the 6th seed surprisingly got past the 3rd seeded Indiana Pacers 81-77 with Glen “Big Baby” Davis chipping a double-double with 16 points and 13 boards, while Jameer Nelson and Jason Richardson each netted 17 points and in the final game, the 2nd seeded Oklahoma City Thunder eked out a one point nail bitter of the 7th seed and defending champion Dallas Mavericks 99-98 with Kevin Durant’s jumper with 1.5 seconds left in the game.

The National Hockey League had two playoff games on the frozen hard court as the New York Rangers opened a 1-0 series lead over the Washington Capitals 3-1 with a goal and an assist from Chris Keider in the Eastern Conference semi-finals and the LA Kings also had a score of 3-1 over the St. Louis Blues to take a 1-0 series in the Western Conference as with a goal and an assist from Dustin Penner.

Today I’m live at the 2012 H-Town Classic AAU 17U Boys Tournament with my good friend Ed Doyle from Orlando to watch his son Luke “Mr. Efficient” Doyle and his Gold Coast ballers out of Miami took on another team from Miami, Team Miami and at the start of the game, Gold Coast was like Team Kobe, Attacking Fast & Attacking Strong and opened a 22-4 lead, but Team Miami made their run and hurricane back as was only down by 6 points and of course, basketball is a game of runs and Gold Coast did just that and took control of the game Luke  Doyle netted 11 points, 3 rebounds, passed out 6 dimes and 2 blocked shots, Big Man Romas Marcinkevicius grabbed 7 boards and Sam ‘The Man’ Singer stole 2 and gave away 6 assists and Gold Coast put the shine on Team Miami 71-57 to advance to the finals.

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