Thursday, December 6, 2012

NBA w/ Kobe's 30,000th Point & Women's College Basketball Scores & NFL Quick Hits: 12/6, Vol. 283, 2nd Edt'n

And when the song is over and we've all said Amen… your heart just keep on singing and the song will never end. And if somebody asks you, was it just a show; lift your hands and be a witness and tell the whole world no!  Welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y.!

Kobe became the youngest player
                to join the NBA's 30,000 point club
I teased you earlier in the 1st Segment with a historic moment in last night’s NBA games as I run down Round II scores in The Association as the Chicago Bulls easily handled the Cleveland Cavaliers 95-85 as Marco Belinelli netted a season high of 23 points, the San Antonio Spurs outpaced the Milwaukee Bucks 110-99 as Tony Parker put up 22 points and pass out 10 assists, my home city Orlando Magic suffered their loss on their western road trip swing 87-81 against the Utah Jazz with Al Jefferson playing like a big man should with 31 basket filling points and 15 glass grabbing rebounds, while the Toronto Raptors couldn’t hang with the Sacramento Kings and lost 107-100 behind DeMarcus Cousins big game double-double of 25 points and 13 boards, the high flying and acrobatic Lob City Clippers put on a show last night as they lambasted the Dallas Mavericks 112-90 as Jamal ‘Hot Plate’ Crawford netted 20 points off the bench, Blake Griffin pulled down 13 rebounds and Chris Paul handed out 13 dimes and finally, for the historic moment of the night, Kobe ‘Black Mamba’ Bryant scored his 30,000th career point and the youngest player to do so as he completed the historic moment in the 2nd quarter against the New Orleans Hornets, the team that originally drafted him as his LA Lakers annihilated the Hornets 103-87 as Kobe finished the night with 29 points and Antwan Jamison, starting in place of Pau Gasol, who was out due to tendinitis in his knees, scored 15 points.

Brittney Griner rises above
                 Norte Dame to score 24 points
The Ladies of the Collegiate Basketball World only had three ranked games in action last night as the 3rd ranked defending champ Lady Bears of Baylor had no problems against 5th ranked Norte Dame 73-61 as Brittney Griner was a dominating force as she scored 24 points and pulled down 14 boards, #21 North Carolina mollywopped Radford 64-44 as Waltiea Rolle poured in 24 points and Krista Gross had a career night with 17 big time rebounds and 25th ranked Nebraska was UPSET by unranked Creighton 66-57 as Marissa Jannings had  19 points off the bench that included four 3 pointers.

RG3's jersey & cleats are headed to
                the NFL Hall of Fame
For your NFL Quick Hits, the Minnesota Vikings placed ailing wide receiver Percy Harvin on injured reserve Wednesday, abruptly ending a season that began so well for one of the NFL's most versatile players, Robert Griffin III  had a visit yesterday from an official who collected the rookie quarterback's jersey and cleats for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and finally, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner will begin his four-game suspension this week for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs and he chose not to appeal the suspension reportedly for Adderall.

And last but not least, I would wish my Fabulous Father-in-law a very Happy Birthday…..enjoy your day.

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