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Sunday, December 21, 2014

Articles tagged: NBA playoffs 2010

Radio Show Hangs Up on Bill Walton

The morning after the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, a radio show invited Bill Walton on as a guest and then hung up on him.  Any idea what city that radio show was based out of?  If you guessed Boston, then good for you. Fred “Toucher”…Read More

Kobe Bryant to Shaq: I Have Five Rings!

One thing lost in all the celebration of the Lakers winning their 16th championship in franchise history, the 11th title for coach Phil Jackson, and 5th for both Derek Fisher and Kobe Bryant, is that Kobe has now passed up Shaquille O’Neal for more rings. Maybe we didn’t hear too much about the issue prior…Read More

Ron Artest Thanks His Psychiatrist!

There’s no doubt that Ron Artest is a wacky dude. If you didn’t already know it, his speech after winning the NBA title during an interview on ABC confirmed it. In the interview with Doris Burke, Ron Artest gave his thank yous and in the middle of the list was his psychiatrist. He failed to…Read More

Ron Artest Gets His Back-Breaker

Ron Artest was heavily derided for his poor shot selection at the end of Game 5 between the Suns and Lakers in the Western Conference Finals. Artest missed two jumpers with his team up by three 101-98 and a minute left in the game. He wound up being the hero getting the miracle put-back on…Read More

Best Shooters May Win Game 7

The Boston Celtics were able to steal Game 2 of the NBA Finals from the LA Lakers at Staples Center for one reason — Ray Allen had an incredible shooting night. They could certainly use another if they want to win Game 7 and bring home their 18th NBA title. With news surfacing that Kendrick…Read More

Wall Street Journal Analyzes Lakers and Celtics Whining Tendencies

The Wall Street Journal has conducted an interesting little study that examines the amount of belly-aching the players have done in the 2010 NBA Finals.  Some of the numbers are actually pretty surprising.  Maybe it’s just because Celtics-Lakers is such a heated rivalry, but there seems to be more complaining about officiating in these NBA…Read More

If The Finals Ended Today, Would Kobe Be MVP in Defeat?

In 1969, the Boston Celtics defeated the Los Angeles Lakers in an NBA Finals series that went seven games.  Lakers guard and 14-time All-Star Jerry West was named the NBA Finals MVP — in defeat.  It was the first time the league issued an award for a Finals MVP, and the only time a player…Read More

Rajon Rondo’s Unbelievable Tip-In

Rajon Rondo has made a habit of creating highlight-reel plays in the 2010 NBA Playoffs.  The play against Orlando when he dove for a loose ball was a perfect example of what can happen when the point guard combines his incredible athletic ability with full-tilt hustle.  Last night, Rondo made another hustle play at a…Read More

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