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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

Beam me up Scotty…

Beam me up Scotty…

It was on the eve of New Year when the Orlando Magic faced the Denver Nuggets. Scott Skiles broke Kevin Porter’s record by having 30 assist and giving his team a win. The Milwaukee Bucks has just named Scott Skiles as the head coach replacing his close friend Larry Krystkowiak as the Bucks started their [...]

April 22, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 1

NBA 2008 Playoffs Analysis

NBA 2008 Playoffs Analysis

April is the playoffs month… With barely a week to go before tip off the cast of teams are already completed. The West is still the teams to beat but with Boston emerging as the no.1 all in all in standings this might be the year of the East. I made a playoff analysis for [...]

April 17, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 1

KOBE’s MVP ( A gem in the making)

KOBE’s MVP ( A gem in the making)

It took years for a stone to turn into a gem. The painstaking process takes a lot of time and energy but in the long run it’s quite rewarding. Jerry West saw a gem in the lanky rookie from Philadelphia and trades his starting center just to get him. Kobe Bryant silence all the critics [...]

April 11, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 4

The Webber people remembers…

The Webber people remembers…

With 11 seconds left before game time and leading with 2 points but instead of holding the ball defensive pressure made Webber call for a time out. A costly call because there was no time out left for the Michigan Wolverines and eventually cost them their game. Chris Webber ended his 15 year career in [...]

April 2, 2008 Jess Matthew Beltran NBA, NBA files, sports, Uncategorized 0