Health knowledge made personal
Join this community!
› Share page:
Search posts:

Cheap Lebron Summit Lake Hornets NBA AM-

Posted Oct 30 2012 6:39am

InsideHoops Kevin Garnett scored 27 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, and used Lebron 9 Low a dominant second quarter to help the Boston Celtics beat the Philadelphia 76ers 107-91 on Wednesday night and take a 2-1 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals.Whistled for a costly illegal pick late in a Game 2 loss, Garnett crushed the Sixers early and never let them think about a fourth-quarter rally.Garnett scored 13 of Bostons 32 points in the second quarter and the Celtics became the first team to win by double digits. Game 1 and Game 2 were each decided by one point.Rajon Rondo had 23 points and 14 assists. Paul Pierce [stats], playing with a banged-up knee, had 24 points and 12 rebounds.Game 4 is Friday in Philadelphia.�C Reported by the Associated PressTheir old legs may still cost the Boston Celtics this series against the younger, fresher Sixers. For a night, though, old heads prevailed over young legs in a big way.��This was a team that you could see did not want to be down two (games) to one, playing Game 4,�� Sixers coach Doug Collins said. ��You could just see. Theyve been in a lot of these kinds of games. They know how important a swing game

is to get that home court back. And they played great.��The Celtics may have knee problems and foot problems and ankle problems. They may be sore and achy and stiff-legged. But they are still a team with a championship pedigree, a team with legitimate superstars. They were not about to panic after two close games in Boston. If anything, they looked annoyed as they swatted the Sixers, 107-91, Wednesday night.It was just one basket among many. But everything about this game was in a dunk by Paul Pierce in the first quarter. The Celtics mainstay had missed a couple of layups. His Cheap Lebron Summit Lake Hornets sore knee had left him looking slow and old through the first two games. Now he came driving down the lane, fire in his eyes, and slammed the ball angrily.��Thats who he is,�� Celtics coach Doc Rivers said.�C Reported by Phil Sheridan of the Philadelphia Inquirer NBA PM: New CBA Will Impact Championships This is one of the biggest roadblocks still standing between the NBA Players and Owners in their ongoing labor dispute. How much freedom will players have to choose their teams, and will the new system rules prevent or make it more difficult for players to chase championships by

joining the best teams through free agency The Dallas Mavericks are on the forefront of that discussion, as one of the league��s perennial big spenders. Stricter salary cap/luxury tax rules would mean the Mavs would have an awfully hard time defending their championship, as they might have to do so without any of their key free agents �C Tyson Chandler, Caron Butler and JJ Barea.HOOPSWORLD caught up with Jason Terry, Jordan Fly Wade the Mavericks�� player representative to the players�� union, and he talked about the issues at stake for Dallas, helping his old friend Josh Howard raise money for inner city kids, and more in this exclusive interview:More Overseas DefectionsAs HOOPSWORLD��s Alex Kennedy reported this morning, Phoenix Suns point guard Aaron Brooks is the latest NBA player to head overseas. He has reached an agreement to play for the Guangdong Southern Tigers of the Chinese Basketball Association, a team that had interest in him largely because he spent several seasons playing with Yao Ming and is therefore a popular player in China. The deal is worth a reported $2 million, and will keep in China until the end of the CBA season in March, with no NBA out.Brooks is the latest, but he is only

one of dozens of NBA players who have already committed to play basketball elsewhere as the lockout presses on. The first high-profile player who signed abroad was New Jersey Nets point guard Deron Williams, who is leading all NBA players in scoring with 21.4 points per game for Besiktas in Turkey. He��s also leading the field in assists, with 6.6 per game. Nicolas Batum, Von Wafer, Sonny Weems and JJ Hickson are all averaging at least 20 points per game for their respective teams. Alexis Ajinca and Ian Mahinmi are tied for the rebounding lead with 13 per game, while Andrei Kirilenko is by far the best shot-blocker with better than three per contest.If you��re interested in following the day-to-day stats of NBA player in Europe, check out the stats page from our friends at Draft Express. Find that here!In the mean time, add Luol Deng to the list of players considering overseas options. Stephen Curry and Wesley Matthews are in the news again today, with talk of possibly playing in Europe, but sources close to the situation tell HOOPSWORLD that yesterday��s reports of Dwight Howard possibly going overseas were not accurate. As of now, the Orlando Magic big man will stay here

and await the end

Post a comment
Write a comment:

Related Searches