Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Tuesday's Thoughts: Something for Almost Everyone

NFL:  Ahmad Brooks has a point about Robert Griffin, III.  It would be best for him to get that knee completely rehabilitated before testing it against some of the fastest LBs in the league.  I think Coach Shanahan needs to rethink the use of number ten for now.  Future mobility is at stake.  Peyton Manning is still a favorite quarterback for this gridiron fan.  There is a certain je ne sais quoi about him.  Many people prefer and idolize Pretty Boy up in New England; that is their prerogative.

Round Ball Action

  1. Toronto hosts the Brooklyn Nets: it won't really matter in one hundred days who won this game. Let's hope Garnett and crew put on a decent show in Canada. Some of the Raptors players are day-to-day on the injury report, so we'll see how that works out for Coach Kidd and crew.
  2. The Lakers visit the Washington Wizards.  This will be highlight reel footage of Laker domination yet again even without the new $48 million dollar man Kobe Bryant.
  3. Orlando comes to Atlanta in a battle of the South. We'll see if the Magic can find some of themselves on defense and put up a win instead of a brick. 
  4. The New Orleans Pelicans prepare to take on the Golden State Warriors. If Stephen Curry is well enough, it will be a bad night in NOLA.
NCAA Women's Basketball:
  1. Get the brooms! Stanford will sweep the floor with the Lady Boilermakers.  It's tradition.
  2. DePaul stops by for a trouncing by the Lady Irish.  Tsk.
  3. Lady Spartans pay a call on Temple; they won't want tea.
  4. South Carolina State goes down to Georgia to try to beat the Lady Dawgs.  Ha. Ha. Ha.
  5. How much money does Massachusetts Lowell get to play Oklahoma State in Stillwater?  It's not enough for the pasting they'll take tonight.

NCAA Men's Basketball:
  1. In the Maui Invitational Tournament, I'm going with the Orange to beat the California Golden Bears tonight.  Go, Syracuse!
  2. Baylor will ground the Dayton Flyers in their match-up.

NHL:The Dallas Stars haven't been doing as well as I would like as far as scoring goals, but here's hoping they can put together a win over the visiting Anaheim Ducks.  Go Stars!

Lady Grid out.

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