Thursday, January 03, 2008

Iowa and The NBA

I will make no attempt to connect the hawkeye state to pro basketball.

But, I will say that I'm cool with O'bama doing well in Iowa. However, I am a bit worried about Mr. Huckabee. Not worried that I think he's a better candidate than O'bama, or Clinton, or Edwards, or my favorite GOP candidate McCain....but worried about, well....let's just say Mr. Huckabee is not my favorite candidate. But it is just Iowa. I digress.

Last night, whilst pounding out a few miles on the dreadmill I watched Lebron James take over the game in the 4th quarter against Atlanta (yeah, Atlanta with the 4th best record in the East) and I smiled realizing that he is well on his way to becoming one of the best to ever play. Now that he's added a nice mid-range jumper over the off season as well as improved his free throw shooting he's becoming more and more dominant, especially towards the end of games.

AK-Rowdy!!!!!! (had to get the hometown shout out in there)

The cavaliers will come around. They'll be playing good ball by playoff time... and they'll need to be, because of that team in green.

Not Boston again!!!! Uh boy. First Florida Boston twice??

The Celtics better keep it up because there's a team up here on Lake Erie that is ready to come out of it's shell. Shit, the playoffs don't start until April.


DaisyDuc said...

Kudos to Lebron!

Craig said...

Way to go Obama and Lebron :)

Veg*Triathlete said...

Huckabee scares the hell out of me. My favorite description of him so far? "The devil in Jesus's clothing."

Good luck with Boston ;-) Right now, I think most of the town has their attention elsewhere, on another super bowl ring...

Charlie said...

Who would Jesus vote for? It aint Huckabee!....DK?

Boston has lost three. One to Lebron, One to Detroit, and one to Orlando.
I think the Celtics will fall short in the second round. I also think Bellycheck gets an asterisks. That is just because I am petty about such things.