Friday, June 22, 2012

NBA Finals w/ Lebron James & WNBA Scores, Kobe Bryant & NBA News: 6/22, Vol. 170, 1st Edt'n

You made my day, You came my way…You heard me every, every time I pray…You gave me peace, You gave me grace….You put a smile upon my face!  Good morning and welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio better than when you it yesterday, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y!  Here We Go!



Miami Heat: 2012
NBA Champions!
Not two, not three, not four, five, six or seven……but one!  And that’s the number the Miami Heat started with last night as the revised Big Three won their first title together as they manhandled the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-106 to take the NBA Finals in five games.  LeBron James was completely dominating as he notched a triple-double with 26 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists to earn not his and Chris Bosh’s first NBA title, but James earned his first Finals MVP with a stellar performance throughout the series.  And reflecting on the moment immediately after the game James stated “I made a difficult decision to leave Cleveland but I understood what my future was about ... I knew we had a bright future. This is a dream come true for me. This is definitely when it pays off”.

The ladies had two games last night on hard court in the WNBA as the Connecticut Sun was scorched by the Indian Fever 95-61as the Fever connected a record 15 three pointers and the Minnesota Lynx literally spanked the New York Liberty 102-70 as Seimone Augustus poured in a season of 26 points.


In sporting news, although he didn’t win the NBA championship last night, Kobe Bryant won the international jersey sales as the NBA released the figures for the first time.  The figures included three regional subcategories including China, Europe and Latin America and Bryant lead for the sixth consecutive year in jersey sales in China.  Rounding out the top five for international sales were Chicago Bulls' Derrick Rose, the Miami Heat's LeBron James, the Boston Celtics' Kevin Garnett and the Orlando Magic's Dwight Howard.  

For your NBA Quick Dribbles, the Magic introduced their new general manager Rob Hennigan yesterday, Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry, who had surgery on his troublesome right ankle in April to clean out loose debris and scar tissue, told ESPNNewYork.com on Wednesday that he's eyeing a return to the court in August, and finally, J.R. Smith is suing the Chinese team he played for during the lockout to recoup $1,078,500 of his salary that was withheld for missed practices and team meetings, the New York Post reported Thursday and according to the suit, he did not receive $18,500 in bonuses he was due for victories, the Post reported.

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