In the fourth quarter of last nights Magic vs. Bucks games, Monta Ellis caught fire like a Kerosene lamp parked next to a wood oven. That was a reference for the older demographic of readers that visit my blog. Anyway, Ellis rescued a 109-115 win for the Bucks in the last quarter with a blistering hot 25 point performance that included a barrage of threes. To that I say MEHIA, which stands for “Monta Ellis Have It All.” Try to keep up.
Larry Sanders getting ejected for giving all three referees on the court thumbs up is the new standard to which all other ejections will be measured by. This was beautiful.
How many 34 point games and 360 layups does Monta Ellis need to show you before you realize “he have it all”. I mean seriously. This is getting ridiculous now. You should feel embarrassed about your behaviour.
Maybe Monta Ellis was right about himself and he does “have it all.” Not only did Ellis hit a crazy off-balance three-pointer to beat the Rockets in dramatic fashion at the buzzer. He also had a 27 point and 13 assist night too. Not too shabby. I bet they’ll be talking about that shot for years to come at the local brewery.
One of the instant benefits of Brandon Jennings or Monta Ellis not getting dealt before the NBA trade deadline, is this awesome Milwaukee Bucks “Laverne & Shirley” themed commercial. Based on the iconic 70′s sitcom, this latest BIG commercial is something I’ve always wanted to see a Beer City team do and today the wait is over. It’s about time!
adidas announced seven of the most memorable NBA uniforms from the 1990s will return to the hardwood this season. Updated with adidas’ revolutionary performance technology for today’s game, these new classics will be worn during “NBA Hardwood Classics Nights” games beginning Jan. 30 and concluding March 30. Cool huh?
How many towels do you think players use during the course of an NBA game? The answer will surprise the sweat off your basketball loving eyebrows my friend.
Based on his choice in personalized jewellery. Only Marquis Daniels would have a fully loaded van nicknamed Southern Comfort with party lights.