Forgot your password?
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
  • default color
  • green color
  • red color


Sep 22nd
Home Columns allComments Erik Spoelstra and Pacuiao
Erik Spoelstra and Pacuiao PDF Print E-mail
User Rating: / 0
Comments - allComments
Saturday, 23 June 2012 07:07
It's hard to believe the NBA finals are over in five games. Four straight wins for Miami after a first-game loss. This is particularly telling when you consider that the Oklahoma Thunder disposed of Dallas, LA, and San Antonio in succession to reach the summit. While LeBron James deserves all the plaudits, including the MVP award, the coach ought not to be forgotten for this big win for the Miami Heat. He remained calm, confident, always coming with a few tricks up his sleeves to turn things on his side when it appeared the Heat were on the verge of losing, not once, but a number of times. That includes the series against Indiana when they fell behind by one game, and against the Celtics when, also behind by one game, they tied the series for a deciding 7th game which they won on the Heat's court. It's no wonder Erik compares himself to Manny who has displayed the same courage, calm under pressure, and the ability to close out his bouts with the same skills that he did in steering the Miami Heat to another NBA championship.

Newer news items:
Older news items:


Add your comment

Your name:
Your email:
Comment (you may use HTML tags here):
Over a Cup of Tea
Diary of a Kitten on a Not-so-hot Tin Roof   Over a Cup of Tea Column   By Malou Malou   M aking the m...

Who's Online

We have 25 guests online


Please consider supporting the "ReVOTElution of Hope" for Sorsogon as the Pilot Province. Please see "ReVOTElution" Banner on this page for details.


Quote of the Day

"I have such poor vision I can date anybody."--Garry Shandling