Thursday, December 13, 2012

NBA Round I & Men's College Basketball Scores & NBA Quick Dribbles w/ Kevin Love: 12/13, Vol. 288, 1st Edition

            When you come into His presence lifting up the name of Jesus and you hear the music playing and you see the people praising!  Just forget about your worries and leave your troubles all behind you, don't you wait another minute and get up on your feet and praise the Lord!  Good morning and welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema on Gospel Radio better than when you heard the last time you heard it…..I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y!  Here We Go!

Draymond Green gets the last
second shot to lift the Warriors
over the Heat
            The National Basketball Association had a plethora of games all across the country last night with two nationally televised games, but I’ll set it off with the Brooklyn Nets recovering from a slow start to get pass the Toronto Raptors 94-88 with 24 points from Joe Johnson, the Atlanta Hawks defeated my home city Orlando Magic 86-80 as Josh Smith and Al Horford each put up a double-double, the Cleveland Cavaliers were outpaced the Indiana Pacers pun intended 96-81 Paul George’s 27 points helped erase a 16 point deficit, the Chicago Bulls were led by Joakim Noah’s 21 points against the Philadelphia 76ers as they secured the win 96-89, while the Lob City Clippers extended their win streak to eight games as they get the win over the Charlotte Bobcats 100-94, the Golden State Warriors came out of South Beach victorious against the Miami Heat 97-95 as Draymond Green made a layup with .9 left in game and Klay Thomas hung 27 points and the first nationally televised game featured the Dallas Mavericks going up against the Boston Celtics as they needed not one, but two overtimes to settle this one as Paul Pierce put up 34 points and Rajon Rondo pass out 15 dimes as the Celtics coral the Mavs 117-115 as I wrap up Round I scores in The Association.

Deshaun Thomas powered the
            Buckeyes over the Tigers
There was only one ranked team in Men’s College Basketball last night as Savannah State was demolished, dominated and decimated, Alliteration, I Love It, by 7th ranked Ohio State 85-45 as Deshaun Thomas netted 22 points. The MEAC had some other teams in action as South Carolina State lost Albany 70-61 as Jacob Iati poured in 21 points, Bethune Cookman came up short against Central Florida 72-62 as Keith Clanton played outside of his mind with 30 basket filling points and 13 rebounds and Coppin State walloped UMBC 80-61 as Michael Murray notched 19 points and 13 boards.

For your NBA Quick Dribbles, Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins has been suspended for one game for striking Dallas Mavericks guard O.J. Mayo in the groin area Monday night, NBA executive vice president Stu Jackson announced Wednesday and Kevin Love didn't apologize and he didn't make excuses or suggest his words were taken out of context when he stated “You walk into the locker room every year, and it's completely turned over. There's new guys everywhere.  And then it happens again and again. You start to wonder: Is there really a plan here?”  The only he wished differently was it not said in a public forum.

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