OMG.. The Playoffs is very entertaining this season.. Check out the Eastern and Western Conference play their asses off. For full scoreboard, check out this website:http://www.nba.com/playoffs2007/series/index.html
Let's turn our attention to reigning champions, Miami Heat. Heat is going against Michael Jordan's former team, Chicago Bulls. Heat is not getting their rythm going for the first 3 of 7 games in the first round of playoffs. Heat lost all 3 games. Another lost and they automatically are out of the series. This means that a new champion will be crowned at the FINALS. What is happening to the combination of Wade and O'Neal? They are supposed to be unstoppable.
Now over to my favourite team, Los Angeles Lakers. They lost the forst two games but bounced back with a victory at the 3rd game. A very poor 2nd game as captain, Kobe Bryant scored only 15 points. Luckily he bounced back at the 3rd game with a whooping 41 points. Kobe is a top scoring guard in the NBA. 15 points is just not enough for the Lakers captain. Lakers, bounce back at the next game to tie the series.
For the rest of the teams, click on the link above.
Saturday, April 28, 2007 [DeathTeaM]†BlaNc† Sprayed.
Lyrics for ITU KAMU
Segala yang ku pasti akan aku capai tuk mengambil hatimu,
Melepasi angkasa cintaku,
Sesudah aku melafazkan kesemua yang diperlu,
Ianya seperti suluhan yang terang.
Segala yang kau ragui akan ku padam habis dari hatimu,
Mengingkari dalaman akalmu,
Takkan puasku, mengiringi semua tawa dan tangisanmu,
Anggun wajahmu, pelita yang terang.
Masih masih masih masih
Tiada mengapa taupun sampai bila kerna cinta enggan kenal mengalah,
Memanah masuk hatiku yang reti,
Setelah kau nampak tetapku masih menunjukkan erti hidupku,
Yang mahu bersama kau buat selamanya
Song: Itu Kamu
Friday, April 20, 2007 [DeathTeaM]†BlaNc† Sprayed.
Manchester United through to Champions League semi finals
MANCHESTER, England, April 10, 2007 (AFP) - Manchester United booked their place in the Champions League semi-finals with a breathtaking display of attacking football that destroyed AS Roma 7-1 in the last eight, second leg on Tuesday. Sir Alex Ferguson's side hit three goals in just seven minutes early in the first half through Michael Carrick, Alan Smith and Wayne Rooney in a stunning opening to what must go down as one of the greatest European performances ever seen at Old Trafford.
Cristiano Ronaldo was in unstoppable form, scoring a goal either side of half-time, and Carrick and Patrice Evra were also on target after the break as Roma completely capitulated in the face of the sustained United onslaught, going out 8-3 on aggregate.
Ferguson agreed that it was one of United's best performances in Europe under his charge.
"Absolutely. The scoreline tells you that. It was a fantastic performance from every one of them," he told ITV.
"There was speed, penetration, the confidence to believe in themselves. We've had a couple of bad results in the last week but great teams get over mishaps, you're always going to lose games."
Ferguson reserved special praise for Smith.
"He was fantastic and deserves it more than anyone else.
"Two years ago we played AC Milan and Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo were young boys but they've showed their maturity. We can't wait for the semi-finals now. There is every chance of an all-English final."
United had trailed 2-1 from the first leg a week ago and much had been made of their five past failures to overturn a first leg deficit in the Champions League.
That defeat in Rome had been followed by another loss against Portsmouth on Saturday, prompting suggestions that United were losing their nerve with the finish line in sight.
But the Premiership leaders gave the perfect response with their biggest win of the season and will face either AC Milan or Bayern Munich in their first Champions League semi-final since 2002.
The treble remains a distinct possibility for Ferguson's team if they continue to produce performances of this quality.
With so much at stake there was never any danger of the atmosphere being anything less than red hot, but pre-match skirmishes outside the stadium as police tried to keep rival fans apart raised the temperature even higher.
Although Roma only needed a draw to go through they weren't content to sit on their lead and Francesco Totti fired just wide after six minutes.
But the Italians' attacking intent was naive as it gave United spaces to exploit and Carrick took advantage in the 12th minute.
He collected Ronaldo's pass and strode forward, and with Roma's defenders backing off, had time to look up and drive in a shot that wrong-footed Doni as it looped into the top corner.
That goal sparked wild celebrations around Old Trafford but it was nothing compared to the roar that greeted their second just five minutes later.
Ryan Giggs's astute pass picked out Smith and the United striker kept his nerve to delicatley lift a shot over Doni for his first goal since November 2005.
Roma were shellshocked by United's blistering start and it was no surprise when the hosts got a third goal in the 19th minute.
Giggs surged down the right wing and whipped a low cross into the penalty area for Rooney to flick home from close range.
United were now firmly in control of the tie and Ronaldo was narrowly off target with a fierce 25-yard strike.
Carrick went close when his header was parried by Doni, but United had no cause for concern as they got a fourth moments later.
This time it was all down to the genius of Ronaldo. The Portuguese winger is odds on to be voted player of the year in England and he underlined exactly why in the 44th minute when he surged into the area and drove a perfectly placed shot beyond Doni.
Combining slick passing with finely honed movement off the ball, United were running rings around the visitors and were determined to rub it in after half-time.
Rooney tried an audacious chip from the halfway line that drifted just wide before Ronaldo turned in a Giggs cross from close range in the 49th minute to pile on the misery for Roma.
But United weren't finished there. Carrick had hardly been a regular scorer since his pre-season move from Tottenham but he scored his second fine goal of the night in the 60th minute with a long range strike that gave Doni no chance.
Daniele De Rossi volleyed in Totti's cross after 69 minutes but it was no consolation for a totally demoralised Roma.
Their humiliation was completed by Evra in the 81st minute when he drove home from the edge of the area.
The defeat was Roma's heaviest in 23 appearances in Europe, and worst since they fell 4-0 at East German side Carl Zeiss Jena in 1980.
It was also the biggest loss for an Italian club since Juventus fell 7-0 in the European Cup at Vienna in 1958.
Roma coach Luciano Spalletti was stunned.
"It's difficult to explain what happened, especially because the team played well in the first 10 minutes," said Spalletti.
"Then the first time they attacked, they scored. We failed to respond to their enthusiasm and our inexperience cost us dearly against their counter-attacks."
Wednesday, April 11, 2007 [DeathTeaM]†BlaNc† Sprayed.
Easter Day is here. Time has been flying by. I just noticed that 4 months has just passed by this year. In another 3 weeks or so, I'll be leaving for KK to continue my studies.
KOTA members of St Mary's Church is working real hard to make this Easter event a real success. We started off with Holy Thursday mass. Nothing to it really for that mass. Everything went smoothly.
For the Good Friday mass, we had rehearsal that morning. Unable to get more boys for that day, everyone did double shifts. First time for me and some other guys. Some of them are used to this already. It was tiring that day but, it was a good day.
For the Easter Vigil mass, we also did a rehearsal. It was at 8.30 in the morning. Was struggling out of bed that morning. Hahaha. When I arrived there with my cousin, a rehearsal was also going on for the soon-to-be-baptised. So, we went up to the sunday school area where some of the boys are camping. It was fun up there. Drawings on the green board were altered to tell everyone out there about Kok Meng and his li'l crush. Kekeke.
Soon, we went back down to the church to start our rehearsal. After the rehearsal was about 11.30am. Well, at night, some of the boys didn't get their kesok's ready. In the end, we were shoer of 2 boys as they can't fins a complete set of kesoks. But everything went out fine tonight. I got the honour of carrying the Easter candle for the second straight year. It is very heavy. But it's only once a year. This year will be my final year serving mass. So I hope that the other boys will take care of all the duties.
Sunday, April 08, 2007 [DeathTeaM]†BlaNc† Sprayed.
Wrestlemania 23 and Monday Night Raw updates
Wrestlemania 23 results
Undertaker def. Batista (New World Heavyweight Champion)
WWE Champion John Cena def. Shawn Michaels aka. HBK
Bobby Lashley(Donald Trump) def. Umaga(Vince McMahon). Loser gets bald.
Mr Kennedy wins 8 man ladder match(Money In The Bank Match)
ECW Originals def. New Breed
Women's Champion Melina def. Ashley
The Great Khali def. Kane
United States Champion Chris Benoit def. MVP
Monday Night Raw results:
The Hardys become the new World Team Champions after eliminating Cade & Murdoch in a Tag Team Battle Royal
Ric Flair & Carlto def. World's Greatest Tag Team
The Great Khali def. Super Crazy
ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley def. Intercontinental Champion Umaga & Armando Estrada (Handicap Match)
Tuesday, April 03, 2007 [DeathTeaM]†BlaNc† Sprayed.
Giant Hypermarket, Sandakan
I finally got the chance to go into that freakin huge hypermarket. I got to see the 4 HUGE generator sets they used. That's because they don't depend completely on SESB. Good for them. SESB is freakin lame. Blackouts are starting again.
Well, back to the topic!! Once I got in there, I was surprised that there are a whole lot of shops inside. Record shop, optical shop, KFC, Pizza Hut( I won't have to go to Kim Fung restaurant anymore), bakery, LAZO DIAMOND. So gals, feast your eyes on the jewelry.
Going in a little bit more is the hypermarket. Anything you wanna find, you can find it. You want to get fresh food, fruits? You can get it there. But the prices, you can find it much cheaper at the Kim Fung market. Non-Halal items are also available.
Some items there are cheaper than any other supermarkets but some are more expensive. There is one thing that caught my eye. Check outside of the entrance. You can see a whole lot of shopping trolleys. It has more than Servay, Parkwell, and Tai Chung's shopping trolleys combined. As far as I remember, there are 4 lines of trolleys. Each line has more or less than 100 shopping trolleys. Cool huh?
The place is so freaking jammed with shoppers. Who says Sandakan people are poor? They are freaking rich. I even heard that the security guard hv 2 restrict people from entering the place due to human congestion. Hahaha.
So take the chance to go and visit that damned place. I can't even get to see the whole place clearly.