Tag Archives: Mike Brown
I found myself rooting for the Boston Celtics Sunday. It felt kind of strange but I believe I’ve hit LeBron overload. He got his championship last year and now everybody proclaims him to be the best basketball player on the planet…ever.
When he hit the three pointer in regulation it killed me but when he [...]
So for six months the NBA news revolves around Dwight Howard and it turns out he’s not going anywhere. Yes he’s arguably the best center in the league but he’s also the most indecisive. The latest news on Howard has him opening his own waffle house when he retires.
If I was Mitch Kuphcak, in the [...]
(” The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
1.) James Heggins went 7-4 in each of his first three years at Baldwin Park.
2.) Pasadena-Arroyo Grande Saturday at Anaheim Convention Center.
3.) Crescenta Valley falls to Mission Viejo 65-60 in CIF Division 1A Semi Finals. [...]
There is good basketball in the San Gabriel Valley. Sometimes you just have to look. I saw a good one Friday night at St. Francis High School. Covina, who finished in a three way tie for first in the Valle Vista went into Golden Knights territory and beat them on their own turf.
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
1. The Clippers went 4-2 on the Grammy trip; the Lakers 3-3.
2. Arroyo receiver Andre Kerkhoff (junior) 2011 stats: 65 receptions, 725 yards, 5 TD, 57 tackles, 44 assisted.
3. USC (6-21) is on pace to eclipse the school [...]
Nothing beats a home opener.
Note to John Saller. “Softballs man, softballs.”
Tough to watch ESPN’s 30-for-30 “Charismatic” last night. Losing a friend too soon due to demons is never good. Having to relive the final days of Chris Antley’s life made it hard to watch. “Antman” was one of the best jockeys for big races when [...]
Mike Brown will be fine for Lakers
Contrary to popular opinion I don’t have a problem with the Lakers hiring Mike Brown. Listening to the reaction this week after the Lakers announced that Brown would be the new coach; you would have thought they hired Bobby Brown.
“Worst hire ever!” screamed one talk radio caller. “Absolutely [...]
Strikeforce Middleweight Champ Jake Shields will face Dan Henderson
By George Hernandez
-Saturday night “WEC 47: Bowles vs. Cruz” was a great night for the bantamweights. Brain Bowles put his title on the line against Dominick Cruz. Cruz put the pressure on Bowles landing hard shots while Bowles landed his own shots and broke his hand. The [...]
Inside the Fight Game: WEC Brown vs. Faber II
By George Hernandez
Brown shows first meeting wasn’t a fluke:
WEC featherweight champion Mike Brown (22-4) walked into a hostile crowd, when he faced former champion, and hometown fighter Urijah Faber (22-3) Sunday Night.
Brown took it to Faber all five rounds but in no way was it easy. [...]