Thursday, June 26, 2008

The Recap 6-26

By: Guido

I chose this picture because it sums up the past few days. Random. By the way, if you ever see this kid, ask him what Jackoff Jimmy has been up to.

AS if there was ever any doubt, the Bulls took Derrick Rose with the first pick and the Heat took Michael Beasley. Miami tried to trade down and get players that they actually need but in the end they made the best decision. Beasley is probably the best player in the draft. So look for the Bulls to move Kirk Hinrich which will result in white kids across Iowa and Illinois to look elsewhere for a geeky b-ball idol.

Houston pitcher Shawn Chacon "choked slammed" the Astros GM when he found out he had been demoted to the bullpen. Oops, make that ex-Astros pitcher. Chacon is currently unemployed. It's a race between Dana White and Vince McMahon to place the first phone call.

The other night I happened to flip the tv to Spike, as UFC was soon to be on. I had to watch the final minutes of TNA Nonstop action. What I saw blew me away, actually not so much. Former UFC welterweight contender Frank Trigg did a run in with Kurt Angle. What a waste of talent. Yeah, he got his ass beat by GSP and Matt Hughes(twice, both by rear naked choke), but if he had devoted a little more time to MMA...he wouldn't be doing professional wrestling.

Congrats to the Baltimore Orioles. They became the second team to win a series at Wrigley Field this year. This is what happens when your ace, Zambrano, is hurt and you have to rely on pitchers like Jason Marquis to win games and and keep and era under 3. The other team the win at Wrigley was the Brew Crew and that was the opening series.

Larry Bird and the Indy Pacers traded Jermaine O'Neal to Toronto for T.J. Ford and some foreign guy. Yeah I know, who cares, right?

In NHL news...well, they still have a league, or maybe no? They do? Well, good for them. Why not? They have a professional soccer league. Might as well keep hockey around. I'll watch when Emilio Estevez coaches. Maybe if some hockey players had off the ice issues with, say, killing their ex-wives, dui's and drug abuse...It works for the NFL and NBA.

In other news, you won't be hearing from me for a few days as I will be on holiday untill Sunday evening.

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