Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Here We Hoe Again

Monday, February 27, 2006

Hot like a pistol

Amazing story about an autistic high schooler who got a hot hand in a special game. Crowd got crazy. Made me smile.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

"do your thing young man" II



Mike and I were watching the Cavs/Wizards game last night on tv, and we, just like any other Cavs fans, weren't happy with their performance in the last quarter. Shit was ugly. But after the game ended (Cavs loss) I noticed what sounded like some boos coming from the crowd. It was faint, and we were getting up to go have a smoke, so I didn't think twice about. Maybe it was the tv or something.
Then today I learn through ESPN.com that they were in fact boos. Boos coming from the home crowd, aimed mainly at "The Chosen One", who in the 4th quarters was bricking shots like it was going out of style. Was I happy about that? No. They could've won this game if he would've made some goddamn free throws. But to boo Lebron? Are you serious?
I could see if the Cavs were on a losing streak, or last in the division. I could see if Lebron was showboating and turned the ball over, or if he just gave up or some shit. But no, none of this is happening. Sure they/Lebron played shitty and lost, but it's just 1 game (well, 2, but let's hope its not a trend), and to boo the man that I'm sure nobody wants to see leave after this season? The MVP of the All-Star game? The 3rd highest scorer in the league? The guy whose name is constantly mentioned after the names Jordan and Robinson? The man who is supposed to lead the Cavaliers, better yet, Cleveland to its first title in the age of color tv? Hell to the naw.
People always talk about how mature he is for his age, and to further that sentiment, he blamed the loss totally on himself, and Lebron's the type of guy that you know will do his best to right what was wrong.
Lebron isn't Tim Couch, and honestly, even he didnt deserve it.

Fuck That Life.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

"do your thing young man"



"Whatever great reaction you saw with the awesome Jerome Bettis winning his last game as a pro in the Super Bowl in his hometown Detroit will be multiplied a thousand times the day LeBron James holds the Larry O'Brien Trophy over his head in the parade in downtown Cleveland," Gilbert said. "I can't tell you when, exactly, but I can tell you something that all of us, including LeBron, know: That day is coming."

Please Lord Jesus.

This Wednesday, Bside Liquor Lounge on Coventry...we're at it again. 10pm.

FYL.

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

At your mixtape spot...



Check the new official Dwayne Carter mixtape celebrating the release of his exclusive shoe line with Reebok (the deal is finally official CMB!!!) laced by Cleveland's mixtape king Mick Boogie. Get that.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

ITS JUMPIN OFF...AGAIN.



fuck pittsburgh.
fuck yo life.