Friday, May 25, 2012

NBA Playoffs, WNBA, AL-MLB scores & Shaq Staying Put: 5/25, Vol. 150, 1st Edition

When I can read my title clear…two mansions in the sky. I'll bid my farewell to all my friends…God said he would wipe my weeping eyes. This old building keeps on sinking and my soul has got to move, my soul has got to move, to another building not made by man's hands! Good morning and welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio better than when you heard it yesterday, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y!  Here We Go!

Miami Heat send the
Indiana Pacers home
in Game 6
The physical Eastern Conference Semi-Finals continued last night in Game 6 in the National Basketball Association as the Miami Heat did not have Udonis Haslem who was suspended for the game battled the Indiana Pacers but they didn’t need him as Dwayne Wade lite up the scoreboard with 41 points and pulled down 10 boards and only needed 28 points from LeBron James to beat the Pacers 105-93 as the Heat claim the series and awaits the winner of the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76er’s series.

The playoffs in the National Hockey League were frozen for the night and will return on Friday night in a pivotal Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals featuring the New York Rangers trying to even the series against the New Jersey Devils who has a 3-2 series lead.

After a night off, the ladies of the B-Ball hard court was back in action with only one game on tap as the LA Sparks, the defending champions Minnesota Lynx, both entering the game undefeated through two games and it was the Lynx staying that way as they powered past the Sparks 92-84 with Semoine Augustus 25 points.

There were only three games on the diamond yesterday in the American League in Major League Baseball as the Minnesota Twins were hammered by the Chicago White Sox 11-8 as five White Sox notched a homer, the LA Angels SHUT OUT the Seattle Mariners 3-0 as Albert seems to have found his stroke with another homer and and Dan Haren pitched a complete game and struck out 14 batters and the Detroit Tigers lost by one measly run against the Cleveland Indians 2-1 as Shin-Soo Shoo belted a homerun, say that three times.

In sporting news, I reported yesterday that Shaquille O’neal could possibly be in communication with the Orlando Magic as they were interested in Dr. O’neal for their vacant GM position and Shaq came out with this statement “when I first heard about the vacancy for the Orlando Magic general manager position, I was clearly intrigued. I was drafted by the Magic, I have a great love for the franchise, and I have made the city of Orlando my home. Additionally, I have great admiration and respect for the DeVos family. However, this is not a job I have an interest in pursuing. I feel very fortunate to be with TNT and to have the best job in sports. I look forward to many more years with Charles (Barkley), Kenny (Smith) and E.J. (Ernie Johnson). I wish the best for the Magic and I am confident that they will select a great GM and coach.”

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