Monday, June 9, 2014

2014 NBA Finals Game 2 Recap - NASCAR Results - Quick News & Notes: 6-9, 1st Edition

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Good morning and Buenos dias and I’m baaaaaaaack with your Spiritual Sports Segment on C.E.E.J.A.Y. Sports by way of Rhema Gospel Radio…better than when you heard it, the last time you heard it!  I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y…..Let’s Get It Started!





Kawhi Leonard was no match
in Game 2 for LeBron James
After an elongated hiatus, I am back with a Special NBA Finals Spiritual Sport Segment and Game 2 of the NBA Finals tipped off last night after the first game witnessed the Heat not being able to stand how hot it was in the kitchen after King James was carried off the Royal Court after cramping up as the San Antonio Spurs captured Game 1.   But King James ruled the court at the AT&T Center in San Antonio on Sunday night as James bounced back with a game high of 35 points and 10 boards and made sure the Heat went to Miami with the series tied 1-1 with a 98-96 win.

Dale Jr wins at Pocono for
the first time
Round and round they go as NASCAR raced on in Long Pond, PA at Pocono Raceway as Dale Earnhardt, Jr. pulled away in the final stretch from Brad Keselowski to capture Pocono for the first time and to cap two wins in for the first time one NASCAR season.  The aforementioned Keselowski rolled in 2nd place, Kurt Busch took 3rd, while Denny Hamlin placed 4th and Kyle Larson round out the top five finishers.

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For your Quick News & Notes, after a stellar boxing career that included 10 titles in six weight divisions, an Olympic gold medal and 10 world titles, The Golden Boy Oscar De La Hoya was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan honored Al Jefferson by taking out a full-page advertisement Sunday in the Charlotte Observer after the 6-foot-10 center was named third-team All-NBA, Memphis Grizzlies forward James Johnson has been arrested for domestic assault and accused of hitting and choking his wife at their home over the weekend, and finally, after nearly five years of maneuvers and machinations that would baffle a law professor, former UCLA star Ed O'Bannon will walk into a federal courtroom today as the star witness in a trial that will decide whether the NCAA must pay college athletes for its use of their likenesses in television broadcasts, video games and other consumer products.


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