The Grand Prairie AirHogs are in El Paso to begin a short roadtrip:
A three game set today, Saturday, and Sunday, then a three game series in Fort Worth starting Monday.
Let’s hear what Coach Ricky thinks about the upcoming series:
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This story is going viral, if you will pardon the pun.
Dwyane Wade and LeBron James were caught pretending to be sick and apparently mocking Dirk Nowitzki on camera by channel 11 in Dallas. Nowitzki had a fever above 100 degrees during Game 4, but still managed to lead the Mavericks to a series-tying victory.
Here is the video:
Karma, if you believe in such a thing, came back to get Wade? He injured his hip
early in Game 5 and tried to play through it.
Wow. Pretty bold move guys. At least the Mavs won Game 5 and now are 1 win away from winning this series. I would imagine the Mavs will have the last laugh. Oh, and did I mention karma?
ABOUT LAST NIGHT
What you missed while getting a new job out of state
The Cowboys’ Marion Barber puts pimped out Impala on E-Bay
Barkley: Miami Heat have “the worst fans.”
The Sinking of the Titanic (Off the Bench)
TODAY IN REX MORGAN
Most people save for retirement
Have a great day and thanks for reading the blog, Go Mavs!
The Rangers used their 33rd-round pick Wednesday to draft University of Georgia outfielder Johnathan Taylor, who was paralyzed after an outfield collision in March and is considered unlikely to walk again.
Taylor fractured two vertebrae in his spine in a collision with teammate Zach Cone three months ago. Cone was the Rangers’ second-round pick, and it looks like the team decided it’d be a nice gesture to select Taylor afterwards.
The paralysis has affected all of Taylor’s extremities, so he is considered a tetraplegic. He has some use of his arms, but no feeling in his legs or fingers. Still, he is able to use his hands again and even play video games. Since his spinal cord wasn’t severed, the hope is that his condition will continue improve with time.
Taylor hit .335 with a team-best .442 OBP for the Bulldogs in 2010. He was playing in Georgia’s 11th game of this season when he was injured.
The Grand Prairie AirHogs baseball team played the Amarillo Sox today at QuikTrip Park in Grand Prairie. What was funny about the event was the AirHogs chose to wear thier black jerseys. Now anyone in Texas can tell you if you are out in the hot Texas sun, that’s the last color you want to wear in the direct sunlight.
The pitching coach for the AirHogs agreed. Let’s listen to Coach Thad Markray of the AirHogs: