Posts Tagged ‘NBA Finals’


“I’d like to thank my psychiatrist”

June 21, 2010

Ron Artest has always been an Ill Will favorite since his days at St. John’s.  After a big game 7 from Ron Ron, he stepped into the booth to record his single, “Champion” which is sure to be a Billboard hit. 

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Begging is never Flattering

May 10, 2010

Prolly not happening..but dude does look ill in an NY Jersey

The full court press to get Lebron to New York has officially begun.

In the words of my main man Russ Bengston via Twitter, “New York City shouldn’t have to pander. To use that ever-popular NBA phrase, it is what it is. You’re welcome if you come. If not? F**k you.”

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The top 10 athletes of the 2000’s….No. 9

December 11, 2009

The Demon inside

While flash and gaudy stats have dominated the NBA this decade, one player dominated the sport without the showmanship of a Lebron James or Allen Iverson.  Despite being a quiet player off the court, this man has made plenty of noise with two MVP’s, three NBA finals MVP’s and three championships in the 2000’s.  Furthermore, he has been elected to the All-Star team every season, and was also named to the All-NBA team in each year of this decade. 

Number 9 athlete after the jump

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Do Knicks Need The Answer??

November 17, 2009

Stephon Marbury part 2?

The crossover, the quickness, the MVP season and one trip to the NBA finals. Allen Iverson sans the corn rows will be an unrestricted free agent tomorrow after being waived by the Memphis Grizzlies. Iverson 34, signed a year deal with Memphis this past summer but shortly after arriving stated his displeasure with his role coming off the bench. He left the team due to personal matters on November 7th which the team granted, however yesterday the Grizzlies announced that Allen’s one year contract was being terminated due to the matters that needed his full attention off the court. It was said that both parties agreed to this resolution and parted amicably.

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