Thursday, April 5, 2012

Scores for the NBA & MLB and Mohammad El Akkari in FIBA Asia Basketball: 4/5, Vol. 114, 1st Edition

I've had some problems, some great and some small, You being God delivered me from them all; still can't believe all the ways you've made; an incredible God deserves incredible praise! Good morning and welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio better than when you heard it last week, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y!  Let’s Or Here We Go!!

The National Basketball Association had a plethora of games on the hard court last night as the first nationally televised featured a potential sneak peak for the NBA Finals as the Miami Heat got past the Oklahoma City Thunder 98-93 with the help of LeBron James untraditional double-double as he netted 34 points and passed out 10 assists, the defending champion Dallas Mavericks knocked off the Memphis Grizzlies 95-85 with Dirk Nowitzki’s 23 points, the Utah Jazz lost a close one to the Phoenix Suns 107-105 with Michael Redd’s 19 points, the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 107-98 with 30 points from Monta Ellis, the Golden State Warriors sneaked by the Minnesota Timberwolves 97-94 with a game high of 31 points from David Lee, the New Orleans Hornets eked out a two point win over of the Denver Nuggets 94-92 with a double-double from Chris Kaman, while the second nationally televised game featured a Hollywood re-production of the Battle of LA as the LA Lakers took back the city against the Lob City Clippers in the rubber game 113-108 as Kobe Bryant and Andrew Bynum combined for 67 points, the Boston Celtics lost a heartbreak by one measly point against the San Antonio Spurs 87-86 as Tim Duncan only had 10 points, but hauled in 16 rebounds, the Atlanta Hawks manhandled the lowly Charlotte Bobcats 120-93 with 24 points from Josh Smith, the Indiana Pacers had no problems with the Washington Wizards with a score of 109-96 as Danny Granger poured in 20 points, the Toronto Raptors demolished the Philadelphia 76er’s 99-78 with 24 points from Andre Bargnani and the Portland Trailblazers outmuscled the New Jersey Nets 101-88 as LaMarcus Aldridge scored 24 points.
The first official game of the 2012 Major League Baseball season in a soft opening day, featured the new look, new named and new stadium of the Miami Marlins hosting the defending world champions St. Louis Cardinals, but it was the Cardinals knocking off the Marlins 4-1.

In sporting news, 100 points scored in a basketball game and counting!  No, not team points, but by one player.  If you’re wondering why you haven’t heard about this accomplishment, its perhaps because it happened in the Lebanese league game.  Mohammad El Akkari of Moutahed of Tripoli, surpassed the century marked and scored a total of 113 points against Bejjeh as records show that this was the first 100-point performance in an official game in any league of the FIBA Asia National Federations. El Akkari only scored one point from free throws and was 40 of 69 from the field with 32 of 59 three’s made and before the game, El Akkari only averaged 7.6 points in 23 games.
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