Wednesday, December 15, 2010

HEATwave in December and Answers to Unlikely Questions

Was nervous for the first three quarters between the Miami Heat and New Orleans Hornets. The game was close for three quarters. David West played a huge game. Then the Heat turned on the heat in the fourth period. Game over. Not that I'm on my knees praying for Miami to stay undefeated in December. But it would be cool to see them do it.

Was glad to see my Fantasy players perform well: West 26p 12r 10/13 FT, Bosh 23p 11r 3b but CP3 had a modest 11, 8 and 5 shooting 3/10 and tallying no steals.

So scratch the Hornets. Chalk up 9 straight wins. Here are the Heat's remaining games in December:
  • Cavs
  • at Knicks
  • at Wizards
  • Mavericks
  • at Suns
  • at Lakers
  • Knicks
  • at Rockets
Games against the Cavs, Wizards and Rockets are winnable assignments. The Knicks games, especially the Heat's highly-anticipated road game at the Madison Square Garden will be tough - expect old-school Knicks vs Heat playoff atmosphere for this one.

Then there's the matter of proving the Heat can beat more Western Conference elite teams like the Mavs and Lakers. Improbable but not impossible.

The key to a perfect December for Miami: Carlos Arroyo to average 6 ppg for 8 more games. Just kidding.

The FTW-TNS Episodes

It was fun answering sports and non-sports questions during our experimental Tanong 'N Sagot (TNS) segment for FTW. We figured this was a great way to feel the pulse of our viewers online; what they were interested in, what aspects of the game they wanted to know better and which players generated the most queries.

Strangely enough, I was asked about my height. Richard del Rosario was asked about a possible movie career. And Miakka, dear Miakka, was asked many times about...uhm...uh...well...just watch these....

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