Sunday, June 17

Throw Down: Reel #2

10 days and counting until the greatest, on the positive note, thing to happen for the Portland Trailblazers in over a decade, and Kevin Pritchard says that he still doesn't know; and the world probably has its share of cheers and tips for Blazer's General Manager. The fact of the matter is, Kevin Pritchard has already made up his mind. They say patience is a virtue; but in truth, silence is the greatest virtue of all if ever a single soul even considers it as one. In the LeBron James lottery, there wasn't a single Cavalier front-office personnel that actually announced a month beforehand that it was a hundred percent LeBron James all the way. They just smiled with devilish grins as they held the #1 draft pick in their hands, knowing that they had indeed won the lottery of the decade. They tried to be subtle by throwing the words "we'll see," every too often, but the world knew it was James right then and there with no regards to the emergence of Carmelo Anthony in the NCAA tournament. The situation presents itself once again this year, but to a new black, red, and white team; and although the world isn't so sure this time as to who the Blazers will draft, it is evident that Kevin Pritchard was assured of himself one-month beforehand.

Throw Down: Reel #2

Who's #1? The dude "still doesn't know", we'll have to wait until draft day for that [OregonLive]

What a waste of a good year, for Sharapova; not the case for Jelena Jankovic! [Yahoo! Sports]

99.9% of the world's population must remember one of these classic video games [100% Injury Rate]

Drag racing charity-even goes horribly wrong, with at least 7 casualties [PR-Inside]

An F.U. to sports-commentator and 'analyst', Doug Collins [The Sports Hernia]

Jeff Burton and Tony Strewart serves as fatherly examples, happy Father's Day [The Black Flag]

Hamilton Predators sell 7,200 season tickets; that many people still watch hockey? [Blind Sight is 20/20]

Shamrock v. Baroni conference call quotes. It's either hilarious or offending; bring back Ken Shamrock! [East Side Boxing]

Chris Cooley has to cover himself up before men start dressing like that [AOL Journals]

Like Schumacher's era, Tiger Woods' is in a dire strait right now. [Yahoo! Sports]

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