If you have eyes you’ve probably seen all over the place that Lamar Odom is being traded to the Mavericks. Kobe Bryant was interviewed about that trade earlier and wasn’t too happy about it. My favorite quote has to be “Don’t anticipate what I’m thinking”.
Looks like all this criticism is a little much for the King so he decided to take a lil’ trip to the Bahamas. Lebron has always said he prefers the Caribbean to anything in the US. The picture above is the only image so far from his trip but I’m sure there will be more to come.
So I know that we’ve covered a lot of NBA finals stuff today, but this photo just came in and I had to share with the rest of our viewers. It’s Mark Cuban on a private jet back to Dallas smokin’ a cigar and hanging out with the trophy. I think Cuban is the most deserving owner out there, and he voted to keep the sonics are too. #Swaag
Yes the Mavs won just how I didn’t want it. Even though I’ve been pullin’ for the Heat this whole time it’s cool to see Jason Kidd get a ring and Dirk played his ass off so I guess he deserves it too. Here’s Marion on the mic at club Liv in Miami asking for 100 bottles of Rozay. That’s some rich kids stuff right there. Here’s the video proof.
Like I said before, the Heat are going to run all over this Dallas Mavs team. Dirk and co. didn’t really have a chance from the start. I love how the Heat always start the game out pretty soft (keepin’ it close) and then turn it on right when it matters. They pretty much toyed with the Mavs the whole time. Did you see those dunks Lebron threw down at the end of the game? That was way too swagged out. So that’s that, the Heat take game 1 in Miami winning 92 to 84. Lebron James lead all scorers on the Heat with 24 pts, Wade had 22, and Chris Bosh ended up with 19. Can’t stop the Big Three in Miami, LET’S GO!
UPDATE: Here’s the “exclamation point”
You bet your sweet candy ass they are. Sure the whole Big Three just came together (or the Heatles, I like that one best) this year but that doesn’t matter any more. They are in the finals and I’m pretty sure if you’ve made it this far then the game should pretty well figured out by now. Here are some highlights from the big three throughout the playoffs and as they move their way to the top. I’m rooting for the HEAT and you should know that if you’ve been reading this blog on the regular. Lots of respect to Dirk, but this time it’s an all out battle. Miami Heat 2010-2011 NBA champs…I’m callin’ it now.
Tip-off is at 9 P.M. Eastern (that’s 6 o’ clock for you West Siders)
Some reporter asks Kevin Durant right after they get smacked in their elimination game how he feels about Dirk and what he’s had to go through to get to the NBA finals. Durant just keeps it real for him.