Fast Don’t Lie – Dwight Howard, Ken Jeong & Derrick Rose

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Dwight Howard & Ken Jeong kill this new Adidas commercial Fast Don’t Lie, Derrick Rose is also in the mix.

NBA 2009-2010 Season

The Boston Celtics conquered the Clevland Cavaliers Tuesday night to tip-off the 2009-2010 NBA season with a final score of 95 to 89.  This off-season some of the NBA’s more elite squads made key acquisitions to help them to the promiseland.  Rasheed Wallace going to the Celtics, Vince Carter to the Magic, Shaquille O’Neal to the Cavaliers and Ron Artest to the Lakers.  This should all make for another exciting season for David Stern and the NBA.

*Message to the Los Angeles Lakers, In the immortal words of the late, great Biggie Smalls.  “Your reign on the top was short like Leprachauns”

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Side note, your not in Minnesota anymore, change the name.  No lakes in L.A.

http://hulkhatetimetravel.com/2009/02/06/the-gay-lakers/

Shaquille O’Neal – (I know I got) Skillz

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You can front on Shaq if you want but when he first came out he came hard. I remember when I was young I thought Shaq was dope and today I still think so but in a slightly different way. Now I understand the genius which is Shaq, with lines like “cream you like cheese spread you on my bagel” you cant go wrong. Def Jef on the feature holds his own but Shaq is the true star here, the beat has a west coast feel and Shaq attacks it relentless. Who else you know punch the Statue of Liberty in the stomach and don’t  give a heck! HHTT APPROVED E.T. Extra Tallams Shaquille O\’Neal – (I know I got) Skillz

Shaq Blames Suns For Lackluster Season

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Many say Shaq is not as dominate as years past, this maybe true but the Big Aristotle is still one of the best centers in the league today. For the next couple of games Shaq is just playing the season out, with a Dallas win or Suns loss eliminating his team from playoff contention. Shaq hasn’t missed the playoffs since his rookie year (1993) so of course he got to blame someone! He is, and it’s the front office, “I’m sure there’s going to be some decisions to be made,” said O’Neal, whose contract expires with a $20 million salary next season. “It’s not my job (to decide). There are two types of business owners. Do you want to win or do you want to save money? Period.”  When asked which one Suns Managing Partner Robert Sarver was, O’Neal said: “I’m not sure. The guy over here (Dallas owner Mark Cuban) spends money. I don’t think he’s really worried about the salary cap. I’ve been around 17 years and that’s what it is. You either want to win and don’t really care about the salary cap or you want to be under the salary cap.”

 

Scared money don’t make money.