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I’m Back!

Posted by sportsallday on April 17, 2010

After over a year break, I’m back just in time to cover the NBA playoffs! Look forward to a recap tonight of the first day of the NBA playoffs and what to expect tomorrow as the playoffs continue!

Until then,

Josh

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Beckham Back and Forth?

Posted by sportsallday on March 20, 2009

david-beckham-la-galaxy-4David Beckham truly has the best of both worlds. After months of back and forth negotiations between the Los Angeles Galaxy and AC Milan, they have come to an agreement on where Beckham’s will be playing in the coming months. The deal allows Beckham to play for AC Milan until June 30th, upon which Beckham will return to the Los Angeles Galaxy and the MLS. This has been a major topic of conversation among people in the soccer community. Will Beckham be back in the U.S. or will he continue to enjoy himself and enjoy the game of soccer once more in Italy? Only time will tell.

Until next time,

Josh

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Hawks Blaze Past Portland for Their 5th Straight Win!

Posted by sportsallday on March 20, 2009

This Sunday, Atlanta was faced with an arduous task, slowing down the Blazers and star shooting guard Brandon Roy. Roy put on a show scoring 29 points, dishing out five dimes and capping that off his spectacular performance four boards. But I guess Roy hasn’t heard the saying “Anything you can do I can do better,” because Joe Johnson went off on the Blazers. pic_03194For the fourth straight game, Joe scored more than 30 points, with a grand total of 35 before going to the bench to allow the bench players some playing time. He also added an impressive seven boards and six assists to his scoresheet, showing that he is a versatile, all-around team player that is a force to be reckoned with on the court. Three other Hawks scored in double figures, led by Josh Smith with 19 points and 8 boards. Al Horford contributed 13 points and 5 boards while Mike Bibby was making himself useful at the point-guard position with 5 assists, also scoring 15 and grabbing 4 rebounds. This was an all-around great win for the Hawks, making it five in a row, all on their home-court. They were able to send their reserves in with time still left in the game, ending the game with a final score of 98-70. Blowing out Portland is great, but the Hawks need to keep on their guard for Sacramento. Although Sacramento has the worst record in the NBA, they are a dynamic team that can unexpectedly bring their A-game on any given day. Let’s hope that the Hawks will bring their A-game on Tuesday in Atlanta against the Kings to extend the winning streak to six games.

Until then,

Josh

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