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Closure, Finally.

Well, it’s finally over.  Thank goodness! This season, all any basketball fan could talk about was the bad blood between Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.  It was the most bitter breakup professional sports had seen in years. It wasn’t long Continue reading →
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There Is No Mandate, There Can Be No Flags...

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      It's no longer about respect for the Office of the Presidency, it's about beliefs. The New England Patriots did not become Super Bowl 51 Champions in a stunning come-from-behind win without believing in themselves. So why would a visit to Donald Trump's White House ....
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      More Than Half Of NFL Players Booked For Israel PR Trip Withdraw

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          The Israeli government has suffered an embarrassing blow after it emerged that only five of 11 NFL players turned up for an all-expenses paid PR trip organised to improve Israel’s image.

          A storm of criticism had developed last week after the Israeli tourism minister claimed the players making the trip would serve as “ambassadors of goodwill for Israel”. Michael Bennett, the Seahawks defensive end, withdrew from the trip on Friday in protest at being “used” in such a way. He said he would visit Israel in his own time.

          Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett said: ‘I want to be a voice for the voiceless, and I cannot do that by going on this kind of trip to Israel.’ Photograph: David Goldman/AP

          https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2017/feb/15/nfl-...

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          Birds Of A Feather Grieve Together

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              By Kimboak Benham (Dajuan Candle)

              Monday, February, 6 2016. Superbowl Review, Armchair, GA.

              On this day, one day after the Superbowl and my home team’s most improbable loss, words describing what I’m feeling are hard to come by. But still, I feel, I must write something to diminish the grief I feel for those of us who root for the Atlanta Falcons.

              Sigh :-(

              As witnessed by 10’s of millions of Americans, and many more around the world watching the TV broadcast, the Falcons pretty much had the game in hand at half-time. With a 21 to 3 lead going into the second-half, and after another TD and extra point to extend the lead in the third quarter to 28 to 3 , we were for sure the Atlanta Falcons had affirmed which team was superior this Superbowl Sunday and would no doubt be crowned NFL champions by next quarter's end. But, t he next quarter's end didn’t even end it! Fate, the football Gods, and Tom Brady had other ideas.

              After coming back from a 25 point deficit, while possessing the ball for most of the fourth quarter, The New England Patriots, tied the score with little time left in regulation. Regulation play ended with the score tied 28 to 28.

              Then came overtime, and with it came the grief. We have got to win the OT coin toss! Yeah, with fingers crossed, --I mumbled. The Patriots won the toss, received the kick-off (Downed it in the End Zone) and methodically marched down field to score the only overtime points needed, a single touchdown, to win the game. It was the biggest comeback victory in the history of the game. It was the first overtime Superbowl ever played. It was the greatest pain this Atlanta sport's team rooter had ever felt.

              Well, these hard to find words have been written, and so has Superbowl history. Why did we have to be on the losing end of what some are calling the greatest Superbowl ever? I still need time to overcome my grief, my disbelief, my astonishment. Perhaps by next season's start I will have accepted the loss and the fact that Tom Brady has taken over the title, from Joe Montana, as being the greatest NFL QB of all time. --Damn, that truth was hard to write--.

              Unlike a facebook friend of mine believes, I don’t think the illuminati had anything to do with it. Damn. Just damn. Our team must be cursed.

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              Thanks Coach!

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                  As if the New England Patriots needed any more incentive

                  to prepare for next weeks AFC Championship game, Pittsburg Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, after his team's win over Kansas City, handed them a bulletin-board worthy quote to get their blood up before each practice.

                  Whining just a wee bit about the events that had forced the Steelers/Chiefs Divisional Championship game to be delayed over 6 hours (ice storms), Tomlin made this locker room statement to his players:

                  “When you get to this point in the journey, man, not a lot needs to be said.

                  Let’s say very little moving forward. Let’s start our preparation.

                  We spotted them ássh0les (the Patriots) a day-and-a-half. They played yesterday, our game got moved to tonight.

                  We’re gonna touch down at 4 o’clock in the fücking morning.

                  So be it. We’ll be ready for that áss.

                  But you ain’t got to tell them that we’re coming.”

                  Hilariously, Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger then warned his teammates about running their mouths in the lead up to the big game.

                  “It’s a lion’s den. I’ve been there. A lot of us has been there. This ain’t gonna be fun. “Keep your mouth shut. Let’s play Steeler football and be a Steeler all week.”

                  Oopsie!

                  The video was caught by All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown and was live streamed to Facebook.

                  (The fun starts at 2:00)



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                  Grand Sumo Highlights

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                      The 2017 Grand Sumo season kicked off last night.

                      These mountainous men use their weight and skill to eject their opponent from the doyhò (or make them touch the ground with anything other than their feet)

                      It's a game of balance and sheer power..

                      The Brazilian giant Kaiso Ichiro won his basho unconvincingly despite a massive 60kg weight advantage, (he weighs in at 197kg - 434 lbs) At 7min 14.

                      Very entertaining to watch. Here are the highlights (25 min)

                      https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/vod/sumo/20170109/

                      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_sumo_ter...

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