Thursday, October 18, 2012

NLCS & MLS Scores, NBA Pre-Game Rituals Minimized, Olympics w/ Gabriela Douglas: 10/18, Vol. 251, 2nd Edition

This and that, He can handle it that's a fact, No matter how great or small…He's the Master of them all…I put it all, yes I put it all in His hands!  Welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y.!

The Cards downed the Giants
in Game 4 of the NLCS
Major League Baseball had two games scheduled yesterday since the Detroit Tigers & New York Yankees game was postponed due to inclimate weather, but Game 3 of the National League Championship Series played on as the defending champions St. Louis Cardinals knocked off the San Francisco Giants 3-1 as Chris Carpenter launched a homerun as the Cards take a 2-1 series lead.

Major League Soccer had a little action last night as the Seattle Sounders FC and Real Salt Lake played to 0-0 tie.

LeBron James will have to make
sure his chalk tossing is 90
seconds or less
In sporting news, the National Basketball Association would like to make sure games this season start on time and one way they are looking to achieve this feat is by putting a time limit on pre-game rituals.  You know, the orchestrated hand slaps, high five’s, six’s and seven’s and sometimes even eight’s, the chalk tossing and there is even the Oscar nominated drawn out skits.  In order to accomplish this, the NBA will place 90 seconds on the game clock after team introductions are finished, and once the clock strikes zero, teams will be expected to play.  Once the clock reaches the 30 second mark, a warning horn will sound and an alert by the refs and if time has expired and teams are not ready, a delay of game penalty will be assessed and two delay of game warnings would equal a technical foul. 

Gabriela Douglas wins
           Sportswoman of the Year

   For your Olympic Sporting News, Olympic all-around champion Gabby Douglas has won Sportswoman of the Year honors from the Women's Sports Foundation and she beat out Lindsey Vonn, London Olympians Serena Williams, Missy Franklin, and Allyson Felix, Lance Armstrong's former physician Dr. Michele Ferrari, has denied accusations that he masterminded the doping habits of the cycling great and other riders, and finally, attorneys for the parents of elite open-water swimmer Fran Crippen, who drowned two years ago during a race in the United Arab Emirates, are weighing legal action against the sport's international and national governing bodies.

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