Friday, October 29, 2010

Phil on Suns

Now this is the kind of pair I'm looking forward to watch -- LA Lakers v Phoenix Suns. What makes it exciting for me? Firstly, there'll be NO more Amar'e Stoudemire, who's now in the New York Knicks. It's all on Steve Nash. But it's not like Nash is anywhere close to getting the championship ring but for sure getting rid of someone like Stoudemire in the team is better.

Kobe Bryant, on the other hand, wouldn't mind the changes. It was the Lakers anyway who got rid of the Suns during last season's playoffs. "The combination with Stoudemire and Nash has been great in the last few years, so that will need a little timing. But this will be a good team, Phoenix will still be a real good team," said Lakers coach Phil Jackson.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Change is Inevitable. -- Dwayne Wade

Change is inevitable indeed. If it's for the good, however, Dwayne Wade welcomes anyone who joins him in his quest for the championship ring -- even if its a LeBron James we're talking about.

The King certainly came to Miami.

Unfortunately, the opening game against the Boston Celtics gave them their first loss this season - 80-88 points. A loss that tells a lot on how these two basketball superstars' rapport will be in the next few months.

Aside from the big tweak that happened in Miami, Carmelo Anthony could make use of change by making a huge career move. Melo told Yahoo! Sports that he's still not set on re-signing a $64 million dollar contract with the Denver Nuggets.

"I feel it’s a time for change," said Melo.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Tipoff Showdown: Heat v Celtics

And the so the season begins.

Interesting season opener between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics. LeBron revisits the place where his dreams ended last season as a Cavalier. The 2-time season MVP makes his debut as a Heat, however, who by the way was stripped off by the Celtics during last season's first round.

Now, will James oust the reigning Eastern Conference champions? With the help of Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh, they probably could. And there's also the solid performance the three All-Stars have showed during '08 Beijing Olympics. But will they be able to hold on to the dream of having a championship?

Too early, I think to overrate the new and more powerful Heat lineup. But this I know, Kobe Bryant ain't backing down, now that the LA Lakers has a title to defend. Kevin Durant is not stopping, either.

So, game on!!

Monday, October 04, 2010

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