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Nets -vs- BULLS!

10 Feb

On Monday night Sam and I made our way up to Newark, NJ to the Prudential Center for the New Jersey Nets vs Chicago Bulls basketball game. It was my first NBA game and Sam’s first Bulls game. He’s a BIG Bulls fan. We had a really good time. The stadium is gorgeous, by the way. And even though the food and beer were expensive, we still had a really good time. I definitely wanna get more tickets in the near future.

I got to see Kris Humphries play! After seeing him on Kourtney & Kim Take New York, it was crazy to see him actually playing basketball. And surprisingly, he’s one of the best players on his team. There was way more Bulls fans in the stands than there was Nets fans. It was kinda sad actually LOL..

But I just thought I’d share a few of the pictures that I took.

HAPPY FRIDAY!

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Oh, LeBron!

12 Jan


 

Let me start by saying that I’m not a fan of the NBA, until play off time. I don’t watch it regularly unless Sam is watching it in the same room. But I’m sure everyone knows about the drama LeBron James encountered last summer when he announced his big decision to leave Cleavland and take his talents to South Beach. Needless to say, Cleavland was in an uproar. Even the owner of the Cavs was sooo highly upset that he thought it was appropriate to write a letter to LeBron and published it online saying something along the lines of, “we’ll get a ring before you do” and “you’re cursed with bad luck.” And so on and so forth.

So here’s where it gets kinda funny. The Cavs record this season is 8-30, while the Heat’s record is 30-9. Isn’t that a shame? But wait! This is even more hilarious!.. The Cavs played the Lakers last night and the final score was 112-57! So awful!.. After the game LeBron tweeted, “Crazy. Karma is a b****.. Gets you every time. Its not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything!”

Although, it wasn’t very classy for him to say anything, I’m overjoyed that he did. He’s completely right and the way the entire state of Ohio treats this man when he comes in town to play is PATHETIC. I don’t know how long Cleavland expected him to stay there with out any help. How long would have been a sufficient amount of time? A decade? 15 years? Hopefully last nights Cav’s game will make a lot of Ohioans a Heat fan, or at least give LeBron the respect he deserves.

 

Ok, enough sports talk.. This is weird… HAHA!