Locked and loaded! The league is ready for kick-off. 15 teams are in for the battle for their right to the crown. 15 teams, out of which 9 were carried over from the premiere season, while 5 dropped out of the race. 6 new franchises in second season.
Let’s take a look at the progress of the league from the last season. The teams below are ranked according to the standings of the 2008 season. Continue reading
LAS VEGAS — Nonito Donaire unanimously outpointed Rafael Concepcion on Saturday night in his first super flyweight fight to take the WBA interim title.
Donaire, the 26-year-old Filipino star who vacated his IBF flyweight title to move up in weight, improved to 22-1 with his 21st consecutive victory. Judge Max De Luca scored the fight 117-111, Duane Ford had it 115-113, and Jerry Roth called it 116-112.
via Donaire wins WBA super flyweight title by unanimous decision.
Congratulations to Nonito Donaire! We Filipinos are truly proud of you!
Bowler Dies After Rolling Perfect Game.
A 62-year old Michigan bowler achieved his lifelong dream of rolling a perfect 300 game, then collapsed and died. Apparently, he suffered a heart attack, and his teammates believed the pressure of bowling 12 straight strikes was just too much for his heart.
Poor guy. Talk about he’d just reached his peak.
I created two NBA Fantasy Leagues, one in Yahoo! Sports, and another in NBA.com.
If you are interested to join my leagues, kindly drop me a message below so I can invite you to the tournament. A lot of slots are still available. The more the merrier, as they used to say.
In time for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, have you ever wondered what’s the biggest Olympics fiasco of all time? Watch this video:
It was when the Philippines was robbed of the gold medal in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
More pictures coming up soon!
It can be noticed that my entry on NBA Live 2007 – The Final Straw is gaining speed in my Most Popular Posts. It is now third on that list.
I was even surprised to have an unknown commentator trying to voice out his disappointment with the game. Unknown in the sense that I don’t know him personally. But of course, everyone is most welcome (except spammers) to comment here!
This wonder led me to investigate more how did he find out about my site. Then, I found out that:
- If you google search for a keyword “NBA Live 2007 bugs”, you’ll find my site third in the google search results page.
- If you google search for a keyword “NBA Live 2007 glitches”, you’ll find my site seventh in the google search results page (fifth, if you exclude the indented lists).
So, how does this make sense? Is my site really that popular? (Hehe) Well, I can offer a reason for this though. Maybe I was just the only blogger to touch on the topic of the glitches and bugs of NBA Live 2007, plus some makulit commentators and die-hard NBA (Live) Fans like Lou Franz and Percival who are leaving those comments, adding to the popularity of the post.
Anyway, thank you to all who have left comments! And Happy 2007!
Who would have thought that a friendly game like the Asian Games can bring casualty? Here’s the news…
Equestrian athlete Kim Hyung Chil of Korea has died after falling from his horse during the individual cross country competition this morning, Thursday 7 December.
Read the news.
Update: Nevermind, you’d better grab the latest newspaper than reading that link in the official website of the Doha 2006 Asian Games. It’s just returning a 404!