*Dunk Contest Results*


Hey Athletes or Fans,

Terrence Ross has beaten Jeremy Evans by Jumping over a Boy which the Boy was the son of the Owner of Twitter…

Suprising Right? Terrence Ross got 58% of the Voters and Jeremy White got only 42% I was going for Terrence Ross because he is Athletic plays on my

second Favorite team and he is on the East…

Well tomorrow Make sure to tune in to the Allstar Game I will make sure to put a LINK to the stream on the Stream page right above here’s a Pic!Up Here

Haha make sure to check out KG…

Now onto Trade Rumors:

I am hearing rumors that Lakers and Celtics have met together about Rajon Rondo and Dwight Howard and maybe Kevin Garnett

If Celtics trade KG they will hit a huge speed bump and wont even make it to the Playoffs in my prediction

The Rest of All Star Saturday:

Team Bosh beat Team Westbrook which was very suprising and should of turned out Team Westbrooks way but it didn’t, Damien Lillard is not only

gonna be Rookie of the year but also Best Skills Challenge winner, Also this was a real Entertaining Matchup!

Kyrie Irving VS. Matt Bonner at the 3 Point Contest Matt Bonner had 19 Three’s in the first round and Kyrie had only 18… BUT!

Kyrie Made 23 of 30 Three Pointers to win over Matt Bonner which had only 20 Well thats all!

Thanks for reading šŸ˜€

Terrence Ross

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5 Responses

  1. Dude hey rememeber me we used to be friends in aas

  2. hey shak its me bill can i be on ur blog

  3. Hahah Dude

  4. It’s been a while šŸ™‚

  5. IMMMM BACCCCK I FORGOT THE USERNAME AND PASSWORD LOL

    SIGHNED MIKE

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