CP3 Named MVP And Duke’s Biggest Loss Of The Weekend
Here is the Monday edition of what you may have missed. I actually missed most of the 2nd half of the All Star Game. Mostly due to sleep but some of it was because I was caught up in a Cosby Show marathon. Sorry NBA, you will never hold the place in my heart that the Huxtables do.
NBA All Star Game: In a defensive struggle the West held off the East last night 143-138. CP3 was named MVP thanks to his 20 points and 15 assists. Kevin Durant led the way with 30 points. Mark Eaton grabbed 12 boards and blocked 5 shots as well. Perhaps I just dreamed that since I fell asleep in the 3rd quarter. I will investigate that during the day. Carmelo had 26 points and 12 rebounds for the East. Durant and Melo both combined for 62 minutes played. Which is actually 20 minutes less time than the Ne-Yo pregame concert lasted. There is just something odd about about all these great NBA legends like Bill Russell sitting courtside watching Ne-Yo and his dancers.
Former Duke Player Dies: Sad news for College Basketball fans. According to Duke alum and current CBS analyst Seth Davis, former Duke basketball player Phil Henderson passed away in the Philippines. No other information was given at this time. For more on Phil Henderson, check out the article from our friend Bret Strelow of the Fayetteville Observer.
Mac Attack Guests: Longtime Michael Jordan trainer Tim Grover at 845am, CBS NFL Draft analyst Dane Brugler at 910am, Raycom/CBS analyst Mike Gminski at 930am.