Thursday 21st June 2018,
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A True Mark of a good Marksman

A True Mark of a good Marksman

He stays on his target regardless of the weather he doesn’t even go to the bathroom. He moves in a swift and delicate position a marksman or a sharpshooter which goes by the definition as a skilled shooter at an object with exactness; a good marksman. Ray Allen struggled in the playoffs all series long [...]

June 4, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 2

The NBA finals Analysis and Fearless Forecast

The NBA finals Analysis and Fearless Forecast

The Celtics and the Lakers feuding rivalry started a new after Boston dismantled Detroit onward to a face off with the well rested Lakers. Boston have been into a series of downfalls which started after drafting Len Bias as their no.2 pick and Len died just 48 hours after the draft. The drought went on [...]

June 3, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 1

Rolling the Dyess…

Rolling the Dyess…

Antonio Mcdyess clinched his fists on the air and with the series tied against Boston it’s now everybody’s ball game. Mcdyess scored 21 points and grab 16 rebounds with 1 assist to overpower the mighty Celtics in a convincing 94-75 win. Antonio has gone through a lot from a starter to a reserve role then [...]

May 28, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 0

The Good Dilemma

The Good Dilemma

The Chicago Bulls last season went into the second round of the playoffs and they were believed to be back this playoff season. But after losing a dismal 49 games everything went downhill with the Bulls. Scott Skiles got fired and Jim Boylan followed and with the trades of their veteran centers Ben Wallace and [...]

May 23, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 1

NBA Conference Finals: Win or Go home

NBA Conference Finals: Win or Go home

The Playoffs now is more of a territorial domination. Teams are defending more in home games and are gearing to protect their home court advantage. The Celtics got two game 7 games at home and work more to their advantage. The Conference finals for the Eastern and Western would be a war set between the [...]

May 21, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 2

The End of the Cinderella Season

The End of the Cinderella Season

Chris Paul shook his head in disbelief as the San Antonio Spurs won the decisive seventh game to close their series in the hive of the hornets. The fans showered Paul and the rest of the hornets with loud cheers and warm embraces showing their appreciation to the once lowly Hornets who couldn’t even fill [...]

May 20, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 0

What does it take to win an MVP award?

What does it take to win an MVP award?

Kobe raised his trophy on the air as he called his teammates to join him in his first ever MVP award. After years of being a scoring champion and with all the accolades Kobe made his first ever MVP award and is trying to guide his team for another championship run a feat that some [...]

May 10, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 2

Second round Playoff analysis

Second round Playoff analysis

After Atlanta exposes Boston’s invincibility and gave the mighty Celtics a game seven scare Boston thrashes Atlanta and the exciting first round playoffs is over. The Dominant teams usually move on to the next round. Second round will be a much physical no harm no foul type of ball game and with all the teams [...]

May 5, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 1

The Good, The Bad and The Playoffs

The Good, The Bad and The Playoffs

The first round playoffs are slowly coming to a close. Lakers demolished Denver’s hope of going into the second round sweeping them in 4 games while league leading Boston is almost close of pushing the panic button as Atlanta leveled their series to 2-2. There are a lot of key acquisitions made from different teams [...]

April 30, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 1

A Moment’s Glory

A Moment’s Glory

After a humiliating exit against Golden State Warriors last year the no.1 seed Dallas was desperate and needed a wily court general who could help them. Jason Kidd at 35 needed a change and wanted to be traded…Dallas quickly capitalized Kidd’s disgruntled emotion and offered New Jersey Nets an upcoming fast and young point guard [...]

April 24, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 0