Monday, April 29, 2013

Underrated Stat of the Night - Game 4

Today, the Celtics beat the Knicks in overtime, 97-90. They aren't done yet. They might be done in a few days, but not now. Now they can enjoy this for a few hours. They won a playoff game. Tonight's USOTN goes to poor performance of Avery Bradley. Bradley, despite playing 39 minutes, scored just 3 points on 1/7 shooting. He needs to do better than this. It didn't hurt them today, but it might in game 5. He needs to practice his shot a little. I honestly don't know how to feel about this. I want to be happy, but I don't know if I can. They're still gonna lose this series. That thought makes this win feel meaningless. But when I think that, I think of Yankees-Red Sox '04. We should all think that.

Underrated Stat of the Night - Game 4 Images

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Knicks Throttle Celtics, 1 Win From Series Sweep

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Butler/Getty ImagesBy Kenneth Teape (@teapester725)Friday, April 26th, 2013Game 3 Post Game RecapFinal Score: New York Knicks: 90 Boston Celtics: 76The Knicks are one win away from sweeping the Celtics and winning their first playoff series in 13 years after giving the Celtics a thorough whooping tonight in Boston.  Unlike the first two games in the series when the Celtics were able to make some noise in the first half, they were taken out of the game right from the start tonight as the Knicks led basically the whole way.  The Knicks dominated right from the opening tip and took a commanding 3-0 lead in the series, basically guaranteeing themselves a visit to the second round as no team in NBA history has ever come back from a 3-0 deficit in a seven-game series.-PositivesThe Knicks defense was dominant in the second halves of the first two games and tonight they brought that effort for the full four quarters.  The Knicks played suffocating defense throughout the night, holding the Celtics to 40 percent shooting and forcing them into tough shots all night.  The defense the Knicks have played against the Celtics in the series has actually been historic, as the Celtics have never previously scored less than 80 points in three straight games in the shot clock era.  The Celtics have scored only 225 points in the series thus far, the least amount scored in a three game playoff stretch in the history of the team.  Tonight the Knicks ratcheted up the defensive pressure on the perimeter especially, forcing 18 team turnovers, including 14 steals, and converting those turnovers into 26 points.  The two biggest weapons for the Celtics in Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett struggled, shooting a combined 11 of 28.Carmelo Anthony once again led the Knicks in the scoring department tonight, pouring in 26 points on 12 of 25 from the field.  Anthony was sharp tonight on the offensive end, scoring in a variety of ways from all over the court.  He knocked down a couple of jumpers and was on the receiving end of a nice alley-oop pass as well.  The Celtics, like many teams in the NBA, do not have a player capable of contacting Anthony and it has shown throughout the series.Raymond Felton continued his strong series tonight with a solid double-double, scoring 15 points and handing out 10 assists.  Felton said earlier Friday that this was one of the best seasons he has had in his career and it showed tonight as he led another strong Knicks performance.  Felton added two rebounds, two steals and one block as well, only turning the ball over twice.  If Felton plays as well as he has throughout this series and down the stretch of the regular season the Knicks will be extremely hard to beat.Pablo Prigioni set the tone early for the Knicks tonight by knocking down three long balls in the first quarter.  Prigioni was a menace on the defensive end as well tonight, nagging the Celtics perimeter players all night and exposing the fact that they do not have a player capable of playing point guard as he had five steals in the game.  The Knicks have looked much better in games 2 and 3 with Prigioni in the lineup after he missed Game 1 with an ankle injury.  Jason Kidd didn’t let Prigioni be the only elder statesmen to have a strong game, as he added six rebounds and assists of his own in addition to two blocks and great defense once again on the likes of Pierce.Tyson Chandler looked most like himself tonight as he has at any time in the series.  Chandler played 30 minutes tonight and grabbed eight rebounds while scoring six points.  Kenyon Martin offered the usual relief for Chandler and performed well also, bringing the intensity on the defensive end the Knicks lacked last season when Chandler would sit on the bench.  Martin finished the game with five points, four rebounds and one block.Steve Novak showed up a little bit in the game tonight and added some meaningful minutes for the Knicks.  Novak had a sequence in the game in which he gave great help defense on Garnett and then came back down the other end and knocked down a three pointer, basically putting a dagger in the game for the Knicks.  On the night Novak scored eight points, grabbed two rebounds and had one steal. -NegativesJ.R. Smith was having another strong game for the Knicks scoring 15 points, grabbing four rebounds, dishing three assists and getting two steals before he let his emotions get the best of him.  Jason Terry had a hard swipe at the ball while Smith was holding onto it in the fourth quarter and Smith did not appreciate it, retaliating with a hard elbow that connected in Terry’s face.  Smith was thrown out the game with a flagrant-2 foul and could possibly be suspended for Game 4.  If Smith is indeed suspended it will be a big blow to the Knicks second unit as Smith has been important to the Knicks success.  Even if he is not suspended for Game 4 he will have to watch his cool for the remainder of the playoffs as another flagrant foul will result in an automatic suspension.The Knicks did not get to the foul line often tonight and when they did the results were not positive.  They took only eight free throws and made three of them, an unacceptable number for both categories as they need to get to the line more often for easy points and convert the chances given to them.

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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Game 3: San Antonio Spurs vs LA Lakers partido completo


Game 3: San Antonio Spurs vs LA Lakers partido completo Images

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Download Beyonce and Andre 3000 – Back To Black

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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Spicy Grilled Corn

Spicy Grilled Cornshared  by Yates Scott, our Hillbilly GourmetFresh corn on the cob can be cooked on your barbecue either wrapped in aluminum foil or in its own husks. In the husk makes for a more dramatic presentation, but it's slightly more trouble than using foil. Either way, the grilled corn will be delicious!Grilled Corn is especially delicious when you add herbs and spices to the ear of corn before grilling it. The herbs and spices liven up the flavors and add an interesting spin on basic roasted corn. Plus it’s easy to do - just use your favorite variety of corn! My personal favorite is Silver Queen available here in West Virginia in late July all the way into October and I cant tell you how much I probably consume during that time. It is incredible. Anyway....Preparation:If the ears of corn have many layers of husk on them, peel off only the first couple of layers, leaving a few layers for protection. Do not remove all the layers.Soak the whole cobs in a pot of cold water for 15 minutes. Be sure the ears are completely covered with water. This will provide extra moisture for cooking and will steam the corn kernels inside the husks.While the corn is soaking, preheat the barbecue grill to a medium temperature (350 degrees F). After soaking, remove the corn from the water and shake off any excess water. Begin by pulling the husks of the corn back (but do not completely remove them). Remove and discard only the silk.Brush the kernels with olive oil or butter. NOTE: I think that butter is best applied after the corn comes off the grill just before you eat it. If desired, before you re-wrap the corn in the husks, add a little minced garlic, minced onion, nutmeg, salt, and black pepper. For and added kick (which is my personal favorite) add some paprika and cayenne pepper or some ground red pepper as well Then reposition the husks back over the kernels and tie each ear with a piece of loose husk or twine that has been soaked in water as well to prevent burning. Place the prepared ears of corn on a medium heat barbeque grill, rotating the corn as needed to keep it from getting charred too much on one side. After a couple of turns, place the corn husk on an indirect heat (moved to the side of the grill) or on the top shelf of your grill, and close the cover. Allow the corn to slowly continue cooking for approximately 15 minutes.As soon as the husk picks up the dark silhouette of the kernels and begins to pull away from the tip of the ear, the corn is ready to come off the grill. Don’t overcook the corn or it will become mushy. You know when you’ve gone too far if the corn cob flexes easily in your hands. Remove the corn from the grill. Be careful and wear oven mitts as the corn will be very hot! Grasping one end with a oven mitt or dish towel, peel the husks and silk from the top down (like a banana) - they should all come off in one piece. Ashes will get on the corn, but this is ok. If the corn is too hot to handle, do this part in the sink under warm running water. Once you've removed most of the silk, rinse the corn under warm running water to remove any excess ash and silk.Brush with melted butter and enjoy! I like to take Gyoza brand red chili oil (found in the oriental section of your grocery store) and mix one tbsp with two sticks of melted butter to brush all the ears of corn with , it gives it a great kick, a little heat and tons of flavor,.......its FANTASTIC! I hope you all enjoy this as much as I do.

Spicy Grilled Corn Images

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Manti Te'o Smiling for the NFL Draft

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Manti Te’o would be a great fit in Detroit. (Photo: US Presswire)
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... Mark May takes a shot at Manti Te’o's ugly NFL combine performance
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Friday, April 26, 2013

2013 Mock Draft (Rounds 2 & 3)

33. Jacksonville - Matt Barkley (QB, USC)34. San Francisco - Justin Hunter (WR, Tennessee)35. Philadelphia - Geno Smith (QB, West Virginia)36. Detroit - Menelik Watson (OT, Florida State)37. Cincinnati - Eddie Lacy (RB, Alabama)38. Arizona - Tank Carradine (DE, Florida State)39. NY Jets - Zach Ertz (TE, Stanford)40. Tennessee - Jamar Taylor (CB, Boise State)41. Buffalo - Robert Woods (WR, USC)42. Oakland - Jesse Williams (DT, Alabama)43. Tampa Bay - Margus Hunt (DE, SMU)44. Carolina - Robert Alford (CB, Southeast Louisiana)45. San Diego -  Larry Warford (OG, Kentucky)46. Buffalo - Darius Slay (CB, Mississippi State)47. Dallas - Jonathan Cyprien (S, Florida International)48. Pittsburgh - Manti Te'o (LB, Notre Dame)49. NY Giants - Jonathan Banks (CB, Mississippi State)50. Chicago - Arthur Brown (LB, Kansas State)51. Washington - Blidi Wreh-Wilson (CB, Connecticut)52. New England - Jonathan Hankins (DT, Ohio State)53. Cincinnati - Kevin Minter (LB, LSU)54. Miami - Terron Armstead (OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff)55. Green Bay - Keenan Allen (WR, California)56. Seattle - Kawann Short (DT, Purdue)57. Houston - Kiko Alonso (LB, Oregon)58. Denver - Damontre Moore (DE, Texas A&M)59. New England - Markus Wheaton (WR, Oregon State)60. Atlanta - Alex Okafor (DE, Texas)61. San Francisco - John Jenkins (DT, Georgia)62. Baltimore - Sio Moore (DE, Connecticut)63. Kansas City - David Bakhtiari (OT, Colorado)64. Jacksonville - Cornelius Washington (DE, Georgia)65. Detroit - David Amerson (CB, North Carolina State)66. Oakland - Ryan Nassib (QB, Syracuse)67. Philadelphia - Gavin Escobar (TE, San Diego State)68. Cleveland - Jordan Poyer (CB, Oregon State)69. Arizona - Mike Glennon (QB, North Carolina State)70. Tennessee - Jamie Collins (DE, Southern Miss)71. Buffalo - Vance McDonald (TE, Rice)72. NY Jets - Jonathan Franklin (RB, UCLA)73. Tampa Bay - Terrance Williams (WR, Baylor)74. Dallas - Giovani Bernard (RB, North Carolina)75. New Orleans - Bennie Logan (DT, LSU)76. San Diego - Corey Lemonier (DE, Auburn)77. Miami - Tyrann Mathieu (CB, LSU)78. Buffalo - Logan Ryan (CB, Rutgers)79. Pittsburgh - DJ Swearinger (S, South Carolina)80. Dallas - Barrett Jones (OG, Alabama)81. NY Giants - Khaseem Greene (LB, Rutgers)82. Miami - Travis Kelce (TE, Cincinnati)83. New England - BW Webb (CB, William & Mary)84. Cincinnati - Shamarko Thomas (S, Syracuse)85. Washington - JJ Wilcox (S, Georgia Southern)86. Indianapolis - Quinton Patton (WR, Louisiana Tech)87. Seattle - Da'Rick Rogers (WR, Tennessee Tech)88. Green Bay - Montee Ball (RB, Wisconsin)89. Houston - Dallas Thomas (OT, Tennessee)90. Denver - Phillip Thomas (S, Fresno State)91. New England - David Quessenberry (OT, San Jose State)92. St. Louis - Bacarri Rambo (S, Georgia)93. San Francisco - Dion Sims (TE, Michigan State)94. Baltimore - Jon Bostic (LB, Florida)95. Houston - Tyler Bray (QB, Tennessee)96. Kansas City - Jalani Jenkins (LB, Florida)97. Tennessee - Brandon Williams (DT, Missouri Southern State)

2013 Mock Draft (Rounds 2 & 3) Images

Seventh Round (3): Michael Mauti, Inside Linebacker, Penn State
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Iniesta: La Liga more important than UCL

Despite a mouthwatering Champions League semifinal tie against Bayern Munich approaching, the Spain international believes domestic glory is a bigger achievement for Barca.“Last year we lost the league so this year we had it as our goal,” he told El Mundo Deportivo.“If we do come back and win it back again, that will be four titles in this five-year cycle which will be hugely significant. It is a very difficult task to achieve that considering the rivals we are up against.“I have no doubt the importance people give the league. I have always said it is the most important title for me; I like it because it is the result of hard work every day, every week and every year."The league is the most important, as it reflects consistency and the work you put in. The Champions League is very prestigious, but it's a competition which is very tough, special and unique. People do value the league.“Madrid are very powerful competitors who have shown they have great ability. So you have to give more value to winning the league back after losing it a season ago.”

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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

4/23 In History

Slow day historically: a small crowd, a big bet and a streak dies...1890 - The Pittsburgh Alleghenys beat the Cleveland Spiders 20-12 at the North Side's Recreation Park in front of a crowd of 17 - with six paid! The yard held 17,000 fans. 1902 - St. Louis Cardinals owner Frank Robison put up a $10‚000 challenge that the Pirates wouldn’t repeat as NL champions. Pittsburgh players pooled their money to meet the bet, and then collected easily as they won the pennant by 27-1/2 games. St Louis finished sixth, 44-1/2 games off the Pirates’ pace. 1962 - The Bucs record setting ten game, season-opening winning streak was derailed by the Mets and Jay Hook at Forbes Field. It was the first regular season victory ever for NY as they won 9-1, and it started the Pirates on a spiral of losing 13-of-17 games.

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Media Garbage both in the 415 and Beyond: It's All Your Fault

The garbage they feed you is your fault.They take you for granted. They force-feed you the crap knowing all too well that there's a big vast net of people who will consume and distribute their mush. Force-fed consumption. So long as we dish it out they will eat it all up and act like lambs.Dummies.You are lazy. You can bitch about this and that but the fact of the matter is when they know they have a lame-brain audience that possesses little resistance and don't work to go after them, they will pounce on it and continue to offer you the scraps from the main meal. Dummy.The garbage has no slant--it comes from all over the political spectrum, left, right, middle, hell who cares. It's about time you demanded better, more. But they already know you're not made for the long run hence the garbage they throw out, you'll consume and although many of you will bitch, you bitch with empty bites.Thus you reap what you sow.I'll talk more about this on the radio show later Tuesday, (today.)*Follow me on Twitter and listen to me Monday-Friday from 1-4 PM PT on KSCO-KOMYThe PULSE of the MEDIA World from San Francisco, LA, Vegas and Beyond. Breaking NEWS and SPORTS, CELEBRITY Gossip and TRENDS and DEALMAKERS!

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