Wednesday, November 21, 2012

NBA & Men's College Basketball Scores & NBA Quick Dribbles w/ Darko Milicic: 11/21, Vol. 275, 1st Edition


           You are the only one that's patient when I fall. Your angels come to save me every time I call. You don't laugh at me when I make mistakes and cry…..You're not like man….You understand me.  Good morning and welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema on Gospel Radio better than when you heard it yesterday!  I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y!  Here We Go!





Not even holding Kobe's jersey could
                 the Nets stop him and his 25 points as the
           Lakers are over .500 for the 1st time this season
            The National Basketball Association was showcased last night on ESPN as the Philadelphia 76ers got the win over the Toronto Raptors 106-98 as Nick Young poured in 23 points off the pine and Jrue Holiday had a major game with 19 points and 12 dimes, the New York Knicks literally spanked the New Orleans Hornets 102-80 as Carmelo Anthony burned the  nets with 29 points and the game of the night featured my LA Lakers being coached by Mike D’Antoni for the first time getting past the Brooklyn Nets 95-90 as Kobe Bryant dropped 25 points and don’t look now, but the Lakers are over .500 and only 2 ½ games back of division leader LA Clippers.


Butler rejected & UPSET
           9th ranked North Carolina
            Men’s College Basketball featured eight ranked games last night starting with top ranked Indiana needing overtime to notch the win over Georgetown 82-72 as all five starters were in double figures, 7th ranked Florida chomped down on Savannah State 58-40 with Patric Young’s double-double of 13 points and 11 boards, unranked Butler UPSET 9th ranked North Carolina 82-71 as Khyle Marshall had a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds, 11th ranked UCLA are putting newly reinstated Shabazz Muhammad to work with game of 21 points as the Bruins pounded the Georgia Bulldogs 60-56, while 12th ranked Kansas crushed Saint Louis 73-59 with Jeff Withey lighting up the scoreboard with 25 points as the Jayhawks wins the CBE Hall of Fame Classic, Creighton beat Longwood like they stole something 105-57 as Doug McDermott and Gregory Echenique each scored 17 points, 15th ranked Michigan State barely got past Boise State 74-70 as Keith Appling netted 22 points and 22nd ranked Cincinnati muscled past Campbell 91-72 as Cashmere Wright was on fire with 28 points.

For your NBA Quick Dribbles, after completing his second consecutive practice Tuesday without any complications, Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade said he plans to return from a foot injury tonight against the Milwaukee Bucks, Dirk Nowitzki hopes to begin basketball activity within the next two weeks and is targeting a mid-December return to game action, and finally, Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers said it's likely that reserve center Darko Milicic will leave the team for the remainder of the season in order to be with his ill mother in Serbia.



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