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Looks like Wade won't be soarin' for awhile!
He may always get up...but sometimes he needs a wheelchair!

So much for having King Crab legs in a Lemon Truffle sauce for lunch. It looks like I’ll be snacking on some Buddig Corn Beef on a tortilla washed down with some H20 spiked with a lemon wedge and Hawkeye Vodka…and not my lemon wedge…I’m stealing that shiznit from our office fridge. But whether you luv me or hate, I’m coming back for more punishment like Rocky Balboa…minus the roids. With that said, instead of justifying my gambling existence, I’ve got a quick Bulls thought for ya. I am praying that the injury to D-Wade entices Paxson, Skiles, & Co. to make a big splash before the deadline. The Bullies have so many young assets and draft picks this year, no matter who they give up for Gasol they’ll still have an unbelievable young core. The East is more wide-open than Brittany’s felted-mound and I just can’t take another minute of P.J. Brown, Malik Allen, & Michael Sweetney getting their shot tossed like Andy Dick at the penitentiary. On that note, Greggy G’s starring a new streak and I hope your riding with me when it hits! Tonight looks easy…thanks to you Mr. Wade!

The Heat without D-Wade is like supporting the Korean soccer team without sitting next to this fan!

The Mavs and Avery will take no mercy on the Wade’less Heat tonight. Riley’s roster looks great if you collected basketball cards in the mid-90s, and while some teams would rally around a loss of this magnitude, Shaq looked totally bewildered after the injury and the slow-footed Kapono looked a little concerned on how he’ll find all those wide-open shots. Not to mention that Devin Harris & Jason Terry will run circles around Gary “the old-leather Glove” Payton & Jason “No-knees” Williams, while the Diesel & Zo never look to hip on back-to-backs anymore and will struggle against the formidable duo of Dampier & Diop in middle. This one has a blow-out by halftime written all over-it like a passed-out freshman at a frat-house…and I haven’t even mentioned Josh Howard and the German Diggler…Mavs by 20-26 points

The Wolfpack are like Greggy G's opinion of a chick with a Ghetto-booty and some tatts...UNDER-RATED!!!

The Wolfpack are 24-2, while the Vandals are 3-23 and just lost to 6-20 Riverside in their last contest at home. In addition and more importantly, Nevada resides in the WAC and they know they need to dominate every remaining contest to convince they tournament committee they deserve a top 2 seed. Tonight should help their cause…Wolfpack in a route that tops the Mavericks win

If this chick is wearing Pride colors to support them...I'm in!

This spread seems like a mistake…Hofstra is 20-8, while the Seahawks are 6-20, lost to Hofstra at home by 11, and do not have Shaun Alexander. I’ll check all day to see if I can find out if the Pride have some injuries or suspensions, but if not…Hofstra is playing for a NCAA tourney birth while the UNC-Wilmington is checking-out the freshman for next year…The Pride by 15-21 points

The Mustangs can finally see the light!

After a slow-start to the season, the Mustangs have been awesome winning 5 of their last 6, with the only loss coming to 1st place Long Beach St. by 3. In addition, they’ve won their last two on the road and are playing a 6-20 Riverside squad that lost their last contest at home by 5 to a 12-16 Cal-Irvine squad. Also, I’ve got a great Greggy G gambling comparison archive for ya: Cal-Poly won at CS Northridge by 11 on Jan 27th, while UC Riverside lost by 10 at CS Northridge on Feb 8th. To top things off on a positive not for the Highlanders, at least they’re are coming off a 5-point road win…too bad it came at the hands of the 3-23 Idaho Vandals…Mustangs by 8-14 points

Toledo can clinch by winning tonight's match

Just like Cal-Poly, after starting slow the Rockets have been hotter than the Olsen twins on their 18th birthday winning 10 of their last 13. They’re coming off a tough 3-point loss to 21-7 Old Dominion, but should be fired-up to bounce back and already beat the Huskies at home by 16 earlier in the year. Toledo is currently in first place in the West Division of the MAC conference (Northern is in last) and is tied for first overall in the conference. While the Huskies are playing for pride, the Rockets can lock up the West with a win tonight and own the tie-breaker against East leader Akron…so all they need to do is win out…I’ll take the team going for a conference championship over pride any day…Toledo by 7-14 points


Posted by Greg Gamble on February 22, 2007 11:11 AM |


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