The Decision goes live, again

The NBA season started last night.  In the marquee game, the Miami Heat with D. Wade, Chris Bosh and the star of The Decision squared off against the Boston Celtics.  Boston added Shaquille O’Neal and Jermaine O’Neal, but despite playing for the green shamrocks, both are not Irish.  Boston won the game on a late 3 by Ray Allen that iced it.  Earlier in the game, and this is when you knew it was a big game, Paul Pierce left the floor to go to the locker room with an injury.  If you ever watched Paul Pierce play, you know he is a good player but slightly melodramatic.  This guy acts more than Brendan Fraser and just as bad.  He is one of the key culprits that makes me think I am watching soccer with all the flopping Paul does during a bball game.

In other news, the World Series starts tonight.  When the promo came on during Glee last night, my wife said, “Oh yeah, I forgot about that”.  So have most people as Fox will soon learn.

As we near the midterm elections, please do your part and vote.  Look at the issues and vote based on what you think rather than a popular TV show.  Just like ESPN doesn’t have to tell you what to be outraged at in the world of sports, media outlets shouldn’t have to tell you who to vote for.

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2 Comments

  1. I heard some guys on sports radio the other day talking about the Celtics and how they may have five future Hall of Famers playing for them this year. Shaq, sure. KG, OK. Rondo, it’s pretty early but I guess that could happen. But then they said Ray Allen and Paul Pierce are surefire HoFers. Really? Is Paul Pierce really a no doubter? Is Allen? Great blog. Keep ’em coming.

    • Yes to Pierce because he just went over 20,000 points. He is without a doubt my LEAST favorite player in the NBA mostly because of his flops and “Oh, I’ve been SHOT!” antics whenever he gets hurt. He would gimp to the locker room to tie his shoelace.

      Ray Allen? I guess if they consider shooting percentage and carreer 3-pointers made? Also, he did play Jesus Shuttlesworth in “He Got Game” so it is hard to keep Jesus out of the Hall of Fame.


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