Thursday, October 11, 2012

NLDS Scores,Tracy McGrady To Play In China & NBA Quick Dribbles: 10/11, Vol. 246, 2nd Edition

Truth is it’s time, to stop playing these games as we need a word, for the people’s pain. So Lord speak right now, let it fall like rain. Take me to the King, I don’t have much to bring, my heart and soul in pieces is my offering!  Welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y.!

Tim Lincecum of the Giants
struck out 6 against the Reds
The National League in Major League Baseball had two NLDS games on the diamond as the first game was a Game 3 witnessed the Washington Nationals getting SHUT OUT and literally spanked by the defending champs St. Louis Cardinals 8 – ZERO, 8 – NOTHING, 8 – ZILCH as Chris Carpenter notches the win and Pete Kozma helped him out with 3 RBI’s as the Cardinals take a 2-1 series lead and in the second game, the San Francisco Giants manhandled the Cincinnati Reds 8-3 as Tim Lincecum finally showed with 6 K’s and the Giants belted 3 homers including one from Pablo Sandoval to go along with his 3 RBI’s.

Tracy McGrady taking
his talents to China

In sporting news, with more than 18,000 points scored during his NBA career, Tracy McGrady also known as T-Mac, is calling it quits, well at least in the United States.  McGrady, who was not picked up by an NBA team has decided to retire from The Association and take his talents to China to play for the Qingdao Doublestar Eagles. McGrady will be the highest profile player in the Chinese Basketball Association and it is believed that he has a one year contract worth at least $1 million dollars.  McGrady posted a statement on his website that read in part “I consider myself a student of the game as I have watched, studied and played with and against the best players in the world. The NBA was my University and I learned so much. The gratitude I feel is really immeasurable. I have experienced the best moments a player can experience and have had some dark ones too. Both equally important in helping shape me into the man I am today.”

For your NBA Quick Dribbles, Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant was a late scratch from last night’s exhibition game against the Portland Trail Blazers with a right shoulder strain and finally, during one of their conversations in the summer before free agency began, Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams told general manager Billy King not to wait and see if he could try to acquire Dwight Howard, basically to stall on that situation and not have a team.

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