This song would be much better without the Soulja boy flow. Hey Orlando, enjoy three more years of Turk.
Hedo Turkoglu played four minutes in the first half due to foul trouble. Orlando went on to outscore Atlanta by 23 points.
Good job Otis for making it easy for Dwight to leave.
Jameer should’ve jumped into Rose for the foul. But hindsight is 20/20.
Make your own @ Orlando Sentinel
If Amar’e Stoudemire wasn’t there, Melo would’ve made an off the glass self-alley-oop game winner.
Stan Van Gundy fired shots before his team beat down the Knicks at MSG. via Orlando Sentinel
“ I’ve never understood the whole hype with Madison Square Garden. It’s like anything: They’re a very good team with very good players, and so that’s something that gets your juices flowing: because it’s Chauncey Billups and Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire. But Madison Square Garden to me? It’s not one of the nicer places in the league. It has some history, but no more so than some others. Look, their last championship was in the ’70s.”
Stan is cold-blooded. You can’t argue with the truth though.
Just in case you questioned his sexuality, Dwight Howard is all man. A no homo would have sufficed too.
The league is cracking down on players’ emotions, from fining overreactions on calls or the big balls dance. Not known for his smooth moves, Hedo Turkoglu plays it cool with a nonchalant wave after he drains a three to seal the win. Swag.
Adidas recently launched new commercials for their flagship stars Dwight Howard and Derrick Rose. It features slick animation and plays on the duality of the stars’ personality, Dwight being loud and Derrick as the quiet guy. This is much more affective than the old commercials with Dr. Ken that went for the funny angle.