Friday, May 17, 2019

Game 2 Western Conference Finals For May 16th Featuring The Blazers vs The Warriors, News & Notes And He Knows My Name!!!

He loves me. Even though I was born in sin. He loves me! Took me like I was and now I'm free again! He loves me! Even though He knew that sometimes to His will I would say so…yet and still my name He knows! He loves me.

This is Cee Jay, C-E-E-J-A-Y! and this is your Spiritual Sports Segment with a hip hop twist, for The Playoffs in the NBA on as I Sprinkle a Little Spiritually in YOUR Sports!!! It’s Go Time!!!

Steph Curry was in the
kitchen with 37 points 
The Western Conference Finals kept churning last night on the hard-court in California as the Portland Trailblazers looked to bounce back from the Game 1 loss to the Golden State Warriors. The Blazers made their adjustments from Game 1 and came out Blazing as they were hitting on all cylinders as they took a 31 – 29 lead heading into the 2nd period. Speaking of the 2nd, the Blazers poured on more of the same as they did in the 1st as they eventually converted on 18 three’s for 46% and the Warriors only converted on 9 three’s for 31% as the Blazers went into the half up by 15, 65 - 50 which was assisted by converting 10 Warriors turnovers into 18 points. With the Warriors out rebounding the Blazers by 13 and fueled by 9 blocks for the game, that helped to breathe life into a Warriors 24 – 6 run in the 3rd as they outscored the Blazers 39 – 24 and by end of the 3rd, the game was tied 89 – 89. Fast forward to 4:20 left in the game with the Warriors down by 8, they went on a an experienced flurry that had Draymond Green’s name all over it, who finished with 16 points, 10 rebounds, 7 assists and 5 blocks and with a Andre Igoudala’s block of Damian Lillard’s three point attempt, that help seal the deal as the Warriors posted the their 2nd largest halftime comeback in the playoffs to notch the win 114 – 111 as Steph Curry was a Sensational Chef yet again with 37 net popping points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists as they take a 2 – 0 series lead.

Kevin Durant still nursing an injury
For your NBA Quick News & Notes, superstar Warriors forward Kevin Durant, who has missed the last three games due to a calf strain, will not play in Games 3 and 4 as head coach Steve Kerr noted the injury is more serious than they thought and finally, through two games, the backcourt of the Blazers of Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum have scored 81 points while the backcourt of the Warriors of Klay Thompson and Steph Curry, have scored 123 points outscoring the Blazers backcourt by 42 points. Whoa.

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