Guest Spot: Sports Center

Good morning folks,

Here is another guest spot by Miss Michelle, the reigning sports Queen herself. Check it out:

 

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There’s a meeting in my bedroom.

Well, well, well.. So much to cover yet not enough of an attention span to pay attention so I’ll make this as short and sweet as possible.

The last time we spoke I had just got 2k10 (PSN ID: Jennings-ariza), the season barely began and I had made some bold statements that I still stand behind, and most have been proven to be correct. It’s about the middle of the season and since the last time I had a guest spot at the lovely Ms. Neeks’ page A LOT has happened so here is a quick opinionated rant about what the hell is going on.

First thing is first. I am LIVID with the NBA! I don’t think I have to say much about why but I do have two words for you. Agent Zero.

Okay, I know what you’re thinking “How could a pretty girl like you condone such behavior?!” Lets be real guys. Do we really know what happened? Were you there? was David Stern there? NO. First off I’m not going to say having guns is right because it’s not. It’s flat out wrong and I not only feel that way about guns but also about violence, domestic violence, assault, drugs, and adultery so I don’t want to be looked at as some bias chick talking about the hottest subject. This is not something that should be glamorized. Nevertheless, personal is personal and ball is ball. How are you going to take out a leading scorer not because of the situation or the event that had occurred BUT because of personal views and comments about the situation made outside of the court. REALLY?! I am not angry because I am not only a fan of the wizards or Gilbert Arenas but because this situation could have been handled a lot better. First of all, if there is a problem like this when the FBI has to get involved and you decided to make the decision or even have the thought of suspension you should act on it right away until the situation is solved. You would think that’s logic right? But I guess not when it comes to David Stern. Is he really bigger then the game? The commissioner not only suspended someone who is still under investigation two weeks after the incident but he left the other individual untouched and released statements that I consider to be completely untrue and ridiculous. “(Arenas) Is currently unfit to be on the court” ARE YOU SERIOUS?! You have players like Delonte West (who plays for the Cleveland cavaliers) on the court that is a ticking time bomb. This season he was diagnosed as bi-polar and was caught coming from the Cleveland arena on a motorcycle with a shotgun in a guitar bag. ARE YOU SERIOUS?! You’ve got some nerve. It also raises some questions like If it were a high grossing player like Lebron James would the consequences be the same? Or If it were someone like Luke Walton who has a respectable father that’s part of the league would the consequences still be the same? Let me help you with that and let you know straight up the answer is NO.

NOW, I know you saw that Christmas game with Lakers vs. Cavs. Now, reeelllaaxxx you prince james bandwagoners just because the score is even or one-up does settle any argument. Lebron is NOT better than Kobe and if you actually paid attention you would know why. Besides, I have to give it up to my Lakers. It’s hard playing against two teams. Especially the highest paid in the league, the REFS.

Okay so I’m mid-way thru and I realize I’ve got a lot of ground to cover so I am going to split this into two. Right now there’s a meeting in my bedroom and I don’t want you to be late so take a breath. Breathe, stretch, shake and I’ll be back to talk about the NFL, more on Mamba vs. Prince, A’mare, Bosh, Granger, Dwayne wade, Denver, Ivy, All-star 2010, and FREE AGENTS.

Cya.

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Guest Spot: 12 Play

Good Evening,

I haven’t had a Guest Spot in a minute and this one is a little different. With the fast approaching Basketball season among us, why not have a Guest spot every now and then from a different perspective? Without further adieu, here it is- a piece written by Michelle Spences-Lee.

 

12 Play.

I know what you’re thinking. Twelve play, you’re waiting for me to name all possible positions. To exploit my sexuality, leaving majority of the male readers intrigued and most of the women confused wondering, “What the hell are you talking about?!…Women have an opinion about this?” Well if that’s what you’re thinking, you’re correct. I’m going to name all possible positions and what I like to call the first “fore-play” moves in the NBA that aren’t or are satisfying that urge we ball’ heads fiend for.

Lets start by being a little more honest with our selves guys- going into the new season each team says they’re ready, they’re going to win, they got what it takes but honestly, let us be realistic. When the first five games are over and teams like Detroit, LA Clippers, and Chicago realize “Damn, we’re in over our head.” That’s when all the true colours begin to show. Chicago letting Ben Gordon go was a big mistake-Ben Gordon going to Detroit was a big mistake. Allen Iverson got what he needed, Chris Bosh is going to light it up, Emeka Okafor will finally catch a break and although I hate to admit it- Ron Artest might be a big mistake. I know these are big words but Ill explain the logic behind it. First of all I know Derrick Rose is an amazing player the statistics speak for themselves (PPG: 19.7; RPG: 6.30; APG: 6.4;) but alone, I believe the pressure will be too much. Maybe I’m crazy, maybe it seems like the ideal situation, playing for your hometown with all your family and friends they’re cheering you on, providing you with “constructive criticism”. I don’t know, I think without his right hand man there it will be very hard to carry a team on his own. He’s still a young player and has a lot of maturing to do. Maybe reading a book could up his confidence. Now, Mr. Ben “Jordan” as chi-town fans would call him, although obtaining that 55+mill. (Get that paper!) It’s evident that Detroit has no future. With the veterans gone and the alleged prince still gaming there’s a very slim chance of revival- which I aint mad at (Sorry D-Town).

Mr. Poison Ivy himself still has a chance- yea I said it! AI got the move he needed. I know he’s not making the money he once did, but he’s closer to a ring then ever. With a strong, young supporting cast and the space to do what he does best. I promise you, yes I promise, AI will bring it back to the hood and be a little bit closer. Maybe not this year but he should not give up!

Yea, yea, yea knock on Toronto all you want hell I know CB4 looks like the mascot but that’s not the point. The point for the Toronto forward is that there is serious money to be made. With Boshs’ contract up in 2010 he’s going to do whatever it takes to score those points, make those rebounds, and make those numbers sky high making him one of the most wanted players in the Nba. He has the experience, he now has the weight (he gained 50lbs during off season), and soon he will have the numbers to back his hype up. Toronto better be ready to offer what we have left to keep Bosh or we might see him in that red and black next to wade.

Emeka Okafor may have been the only one playing on the hardwood back in Charlotte but with CP3 on his right there is nothing there to stop him. Fullstop.

Oh my Lakers. My, my, my as a major laker fan (say what you want…2009 Champs!) It hurts my heart to admit that maybe we may have made a major mistake. We traded a 24 year old new comer for an almost 30 troublemaker. I have no doubt for a possible repeat because Phil Jackson is just that dude but damn. I guess its just question marks and a stiff drink from here.

Now I know this is a lot of opinion to take in from a chick that wears Nikes with a dress but breathe, I’ll leave it here for now. You’ll have to wait for me to take an acute break, test that 2K10, and find appropriate words to describe my feelings about Lebron James, the Boston Celtics, and the anticipation of Frankenstein’s son Blake Griffin. Until then watch summer league shots of Brandon Jennings, keep updated with pre-season games, and enjoy the Nba 2k10 takeover. Peace.

-Mich

Indoor BBQ

I love summertime.

The BBQ’s, the people, the music, the food, the beautiful people, the food, the sexy people on their game. Shoot let me stop.

Yesterday, I went to a BBQ  hosted by Blake, Marvin and Tristan. It was a good time. Alot of jokes, a whole lot of jokes. I met some cool new people, thanks for the jokes.  Only took a couple of pics for some reason. Too bad the weather SUCKED, so it was more of an indoor thing but it was still cool.

 

Kinda Like a Big Deal

Good afternoon folks,

 

I’m so sick right now, it’s ridiculous. I’m a pretty tough girl, I can handle pain for the most part but something about a sore throat turns me into a big baby. I have some sort of chest cold and I’m NOT happy about it. Last night the fever-ish symptoms I had really were not a good look, yuck!

Anyhow, on Friday night I went out to a party called “Kinda Like a Big Deal” at Vola Lounge. The party started off kind of slow but once it got nice, it got real nice. The thing about that club (it’s the former Blurr Nightclub) it gets SOOOO HOT. I swear there is no form of ventilation in that spot, yikes. It was a sweat bucket, and since DJ Spoonz and Dj Rych Kidd were killing it everybody was wylin out. One of my highlights of the night was hearing “Summerbody Fit” in the club, I felt like a proud mama or something lol. Here are some pics, despite what one person thought I was not drunk. The height of my heels would not permit me to get drunk (I don’t get drunk anyway). Ladies you know what I’m talking about, your heel is so high that if you were to play around and get drunk that’s risking your whole life and ankles at that.