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Dancer Madness: The Elite 8

It took a couple of nail-biters (both votes finished 53% to 47%), but our last two dancers have moved into the Elite 8. Alicia of the Wizards and Kayla of the Suns have advanced. So now we're down to 8 dancers.  4 on each side.  Here's where it gets really tough.  Top seed, and local... [More]

March 31, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 3

Marksmen

Via the Patriot Ledger: Ray Allen, who has made 95.4 percent of his free throws, is on the way to breaking the mark set by Bill Sharman (93.2 percent in the 1958-59 season). Another team shooting record – 3-point accuracy – is being threatened by Eddie House, and Rajon Rondo is bidding to become the... [More]

March 31, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 3
Some Late Night Links

Some Late Night Links

We've been knee deep in Twitter and dancers… which is kinda the product of a Celtics off-day.  But there are a few lingering things out there worth passing along. Jeff Clark has a look at the decision the Celtics will have to make about Leon Powe and Glen Davis this offseason.  Each could command $3-$5... [More]

March 31, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

Bynum Clearly Focused on Rehab, Playoffs

Andrew Bynum is working his ass off, rehabbing that knee with the goal of being in top shape for the Lakers playoff run. His sole focus is a championship. Or not: While the Lakers were in Atlanta preparing for what would be an 86-76 loss to the Hawks on Sunday, Bynum was in Los Angeles... [More]

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Red’s Army vs. Marc Cuban

I'm gonna totally blow this out of proportion with that headline… because I want to.  Actually only because a Twitter conversation I was having with Marc Cuban about Tweets being copyrighted became fodder for a post on With Leather. RedsArmy: @mcuban Unless you’re set to “private”, anyone can go to your twitter page and see... [More]

March 30, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 3

Yep, That’s Paul Pierce On Twitter

There was some question of whether Paul Pierce was really on Twitter.  Well, he is.   He offered up free tickets to the OKC game on Twitter… and one of the guys who got a ticket to yesterday's game is the proof. When I arrived there was already a group of five fans, which quickly grew... [More]

March 30, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 3

Dancer Madness – For The Last Spot In The Elite 8

There's one spot left in each conference  in our Dancer Madness Elite 8.  Yesterday, Natashsa of the Bobcats and Jocelyn of the Jazz punched their tickets.  I'm going to consider Natasha this year's Cinderella story, mainly because I personally thought she was ticketed for a first round exit. So on we go.  Our field of... [More]

March 30, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

Turning Point?

I'm trying not to get TOO excited about Mikki Moore's double-double.  I mean… it did come against the Thunder, and they're not setting any defensive records. But considering how Mikki has been playing lately, a double-double against my rec league team is kinda big news.  And Doc says part of Moore's problem, has been in... [More]

March 30, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

Toyed With

Give the Thunder credit. They hung with the Celtics for 2+ quarters and even held an 8 point lead (64-56) midway through the 3rd. But then Paul Pierce and Eddie House got hot. Real hot. Alexis and Nikki hot. Paul scored 20 of his 27 and Eddie got 14 of his 16 in the second... [More]

March 30, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 4

Powe, TA Injury Updates

Jess Camerato tells us about Leon, who hopes to be back before the playoffs begin: On Sunday Leon Powe made his first appearance at a Boston Celtics game since spraining his knee against the Chicago Bulls on March 17. Powe was scheduled to undergo further testing by team doctors, but spoke to the media beforehand.... [More]

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