Originally written on Jocks and Stiletto Jill  |  Last updated 5/23/12
The second round of the playoffs are almost complete. The west is all wrapped up with the Spurs and the Thunder waiting to face off. The east are having a little tougher time wrapping their series up. Tuesday night in Miami, in game 5 between the Heat and the Indiana Pacers got a little physical. [...]
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  • ah remember 1985 i was a boy watching the bird/magic commercial about the new sneakers they called them weapons.in 87 barkley played with one blackeye given by lambier,later charles gave bill a broken nose and a welders shield that rip has made famous now.kareem made goggles famous,now horace grant,hakeem,to stoutamire has them.isaha thomas got 46 stitches above his eye from tree rolands.scot pipen a broken jaw from rodman,i was busted in the mouth with the ball retaliation for blocking a dnk and slammin dude to the ground.we didnt get suspended it was a double foul and we played for 2 more games.but since the drafts of grant hill and garnett to wall the rules change to benefit the players as live stock prize steeds that cant be touched cause they sell products put asses in seat,like qb in the nfl,so it's a entertainment now more so a sport,like we played.chuck norris bit a rat in half during the movie shoot,bruce lee grabbed a cobra snake,jackie chan did all his stunts real,but panzie actors from them had stunt doubles,thats next like the light armor labron wears now.the new rules should supply to all to d wades cheap shot to haslems,pittmans and so on.equal time for equal time.set the time back to 85 and id say foul and play ball.

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