Recently my grandma was in a bad car accident. She broke a few bones but luckily she’s still here. While she’s rehabbing her injuries, the doctor recommended a knee walker. It’s the best thing since slice cheese. Make’s it very easy for her to get around on her broken leg. Now she’s mobile again and no longer have to depend on others to take her places. She’s on her own pace again.
Wade scores 41, Heat eliminate Pacers 105-93
By PAUL NEWBERRY
Posted May 24 2012 10:53PM
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Dwyane Wade scored 41 points, LeBron James added 28 and Miami finished off the Indiana Pacers, sending the Heat back to the Eastern Conference finals with a 105-93 victory in Game 6 on Thursday night.
Miami wrapped up the best-of-7 series and will face either Boston or Philadelphia in the next round starting Monday. Nothing less than an NBA title will make for a satisfying summer in South Beach.
Two series down, two to go.
The Heat rallied from an early 11-point deficit, riding the hot hand of Wade in the opening half. He scored 26 points by the break, tying Tim Hardaway’s 16-year-old franchise record for most playoff points in the first two quarters. James hit consecutive baskets with just over a minute remaining to close it out.
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At just 17-years-old Diggy Simmons is already well on his way to superstardom. The ex-reality show star turned burgeoning rapper has released a new video for his latest single “4 Letter Word.” In it we see Diggy singing to his love interest before she moves away leaving him heart broken.
Before the younger brother to Angela, Vanessa, and Jo Jo dropped his latest visual, he graced the cover of rollingout magazine. In celebration of our sit-down with the talented teen, we held a cover party offering fans a chance to meet and greet Diggy, and pose for pictures. Click here to check out pictures of our party with the Simmons son.
If you need to catch up on all things Diggy, click through to see his latest videos below.-danielle canada
76ers top Celtics to force Game 7 in East semis
By DAN GELSTON
Posted May 23 2012 11:08PM
PHILADELPHIA (AP) Jrue Holiday scored 20 points, and Elton Brand had 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead the tough-and-determined Philadelphia 76ers past the Celtics, 82-75 on Wednesday night to send the Eastern Conference semifinals back to Boston for Game 7.
No team has won consecutive games in a series where neither team has played well enough to seize control.
Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo could be playing their last game together Saturday night if they can’t find a way to hang onto the ball and put away a Sixers team that won’t quit.
Former 76ers All-Star Allen Iverson earned a roaring standing ovation when he presented the game ball. By the end, the fans were on their feet for Holiday, Brand and Andre Iguodala for keeping the eighth-seeded Sixers alive for at least one more game.
The Celtics posted ugly numbers across the board: Blame the loss on the 33 percent shooting, the 17 turnovers or the 3 for 14 3-point shooting. Either way, there’s enough to go around.
Pierce had 24 points and 10 rebounds, and Garnett had 20 points and 11 boards.
The Sixers again failed to put up the sparkling numbers in the box score usually required for a deep postseason run. They missed 8 of 9 3-pointers, shot a woeful 17 of 28 from the free throw line and had 12 turnovers.
But when the Sixers really needed that game-changing basket, there was Evan Turner twisting and fighting through defenders down the lane. When the Sixers needed a stop, there was Brand, ripping a rebound away from Boston, even with painful neck and shoulder injuries that keep him awake at night.
The Sixers wrote “Huddle Up and Fight” on their locker room chalkboard.
They did just that and are now one win away from reaching the conference finals for the first time since 2001.