Paints in the Point Exclusive Coverage: LeBron’s MVP Ceremony

May 3, 2010

Ladies and Gentlemen, when it came time for LeBron James to accept his second MVP award, paintsinthepoint.com had exclusive coverage.

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Strawon Butler

February 25, 2010

Video courtesy of the Octagon, pun courtesy of the Champ.


Observations on the Boston/San Antonio Game

December 3, 2009

Two Future HOF's Right Here.

The Champ gives his thoughts on the game on a restful Thursday evening.

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Observations on the Phoenix/Cleveland Game

December 2, 2009

and here...we...go

Two of the best teams in the league matchup tonight as Amare Stoudemire and Steve Nash take on LeBron James, Mo Williams, and the Cleveland Cavaliers. 

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Champ’s Power Rankings: Week 5

November 30, 2009

give it time Brandon Jennings.

  

1. Los Angeles Lakers: The Champ is sure that the Lakers are glad that Pau Gasol’s injury hasn’t kept him out until Christmas. Sure the Suns have more road wins, but a 19 point rout  by the Lakers earns them the top spot this week, again. A good early home schedule and wins against teams like the pathetic Nets leave LA looking good early.

2. Phoenix Suns: The Pacific Division certainly looks good this year. First team to 14 wins? Impressive. With Steve Nash dishing out double digit assist nights and the team scoring in triple figures, the Suns are winning ball games.

3. Cleveland Cavaliers: Lights out shooting against the Top-10 Dallas Mavericks cancels out the ugly loss despite a late comeback against the Charlotte Bobcats. Undefeated when the team scores 100, the Cavaliers are slowly clicking.

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Observations on the Milwaukee/Oklahoma City Game

November 28, 2009

Jefferson out, Jennings in

We have never seen a Thunder game, We never seen a Jennings era Bucks game, we have never been so excited.

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Observations on the Chicago/Utah Game

November 27, 2009

….and we’re back. Reggie Miller’s here. But the Custodian is not.

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