Friday, June 24, 2005

Triple Crowned.

Image hosted by

Thursday, June 23, 2005


That's what tonight is all about. Winner takes it all. Tonight the arguably most important/exciting/nerve wrecking game of my life is going to take place in the SBC Center. Game 7 of the NBA Finals. One Team - One Goal. Where Legends Are Born. Now cut the crap and let's play a game ...

Sunday, June 19, 2005

Big Shot Bobby

Fucking Amazing! But let me start from the beginning: Prior to the game I knew it was time to bring out the lucky charms and talismans, which I hadn't done the last games. I chose to put on the Spurs hat I wore during Game 1 and I knew that this wasn't going to be enough, due to the importance of this game. So I had to bring out the big guns! There was only one object powerfull enough in my closet: My good old DAVID ROBINSON NO. 50 jersey, which was my first ever Spurs jersey I had gotten back in the days when I was a young kid growing up. Good thing it still fit me, I always stay in good shape! ;-)

Image hosted by

What do I have to tell you about the game, ya'll saw it yourself. THANK YOU ROBERT HORRY! Man, what a shot! That one is going to be right up there in the Phantheon of Clutch Shots in the Finals with Michael Jordan, Dr. J, Magic and Larry Bird. He took off so much pressure after hitting this incredible shot with 5.8 seconds left, everything just fell off me! THANK YOU AGAIN!

Saturday, June 18, 2005

Double Deuce

Basically the Finals are going as everyone expected and even I made my pick according to a 4-2 Spurs' series win, which is exactly the way this series is headed to. Only because the Spurs kicked Detroits ass bigtime the first two games, everyone expected them to sweep them or win it 4-1. And now everyone is "surprised" how well Detroit has rebounded (supported by a sub-par Spurs team the past two games. There sloppy play in Game 4 just made real angry!). But in the end Detroit is proving that they are indeed the fierce opponent everyone (including me) expected going into these Finals. So we should see the Spurs steal Game 5 in Motown tomorrow and then get handed over the Championship Trophy in front of their own fans on Tuesday. Hooray!

Somehow I've grown tired of blogging lately. Partly because I'm still riding high on my amazing experiences in Venezuela, and also because I'm just not feeling it. But someday I'll be back at full speed again, just don't know when it's going to happen. I heard that every blogger takes a break at one point during his "career" and it's not like I don't have a real life going on out there...

Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Fantasy Season

It's this time of the year again! Just getting started in various leagues, looking at Draft Boards and pre-evaluating your possible draft choices... Fantasy Football! I started my own lil' league and am offering up to four spots on it for my faithfull readers! Just let me know in the comment section where to send you the invitation...

It's a head-to-head league, autopick draft, 9 offensive positions and one defensive squad. All you need to participate is a YahooID since were playing at Registration takes only two minutes. Enjoy!

Sunday, June 12, 2005

It get's easier every game

The Spurs are so good, I can't even find words for it. Let me just say one quick thing: If the win their 3rd Championship in seven years, you can't call this time span a dynasty. BUT the Championship winning teams of 2003 & 2005 will be known as the Dynasty of Duncan, Ginobili and Parker. The three titles (and counting) since 1999 will define the Legacy of Tim Duncan as the best Power Forward on earth to ever set his foot on a basketball court. And who knows, maybe Manu and Tony will join Timmy on his way to the Hall of Fame with a handfull of Championship Rings...

Thursday, June 09, 2005


"Last week, the MLS League Office received from the City Council a set of draft agreements for the final lease on the Alamodome, which were to reflect the business terms of the Memorandum of Understanding. However, these agreements instead contained many new terms that are in direct contradiction to the Memorandum of Understanding that was approved by the City Council on April 14 - - terms under which it would be impossible for any sports team to succeed in the city.
After review of these drafts, and given the fact that the terms of the previously negotiated agreement are no longer being honored, MLS and its owners will no longer consider San Antonio as a candidate for an MLS team in 2006."

Not much too add. The media campaign successfully killed S.A.'s bid for a 2nd pro-sports franchise. Better luck next time...

(Sheena) Hell yeah! :-)

Tuesday, June 07, 2005

NBA Finals 2005

Spurs in six, it's that simple!

Sunday, June 05, 2005

Good Times.

Thanks for everything girls. I will be back. I love you.

Saturday, June 04, 2005

Where Legends Are Born

Image hosted by