The article was great i really don’t understand all the fuss about the misleading title

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Of course, Big Sofo could grow a pair and come to the league and prove his worth. If he wasn’t scared, that is. ]]>

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Shaq and LeBron each dropped 12 in just over 20 minutes a piece (LeBron added 7 assists) as Old Shaq dominated Baby Shaq (Sofoklis Schortsinitis) and had 2 monster jams in about 17 seconds–one because he didn’t get back on D. The most exciting play was actually when Shaq barreled into the stands after getting fouled by the 6’10” 315 lb. Sofo. JJ Hickson was the star of the second half with 13 points in only 14 minutes; it looks like he’ll play a bigger role for the Cavs if he can stay on his feet on defense. With Mo Williams out, Booby Gibson got the start and chipped in 15 points on 3-6 from 3pt in 29 minutes and dished 4 dimes as well; with the Delonte Guitar case saga, Gibson could play an integral role if he can prove that he can play defense and run the offense, two things that have stunted his growth since a great playoffs run a couple years back.

Childress and Kleiza led the way for Olympiacos with 16 each, and J-Chil looks like he’s added about a foot of arc onto his jumper. It looks like Childress has figured it out and I look for him to seriously contend for a spot on the first or second All-Euroleague team on an Oly squad that should challenge for a ‘ship. Von Wafer dressed but didn’t play after tweaking his ankle in practice the night before. !9-year-old Kostas Papanikolaou looked terrific in the second half in front of some scouts and ended up with 7 pts on 3-4 from the field.

So there are your “Game Notes,” and sorry about the mix-up. I hope some of yawl still enjoyed the article despite it not being quite what you expected. Pat Beverley’s a kid who we should all be rooting for.

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