Like father like daughter?
Like father like daughter?
30 years ago today, Phish played their first gig. 12/2/1983 at the UVM cafeteria in Burlington, VT.
She’s sharing her blanket with her, she must like her.
This is golf ball in a water hose tight… watermelon in a lunch box tight… elephant in a Smart Car tight.
This is Tedeschi Trucks Band playing “Midnight in Harlem” at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Festival in 2010.
Melissa & Georgia show their… bird wings?
Trevor & Miles show their ‘O’ Face
A 5’5” 240 lb QB? Sure, why not?
Sherwood High uses a little trickeration to put the wood to Putnam in some under-the-radar Oregon high school action.
Sherwood went on to win the game, by the way, 62-7. No word on whether the ole one-guy-act-like-a-monkey-while-we-snap-it-to-ole-71-over-here-and-he-performs-the-jump-pass-to-the-covered-receiver trick was early or late in the route.
Classic play, works every time.
1. LA Clippers 2. Oklahoma City 3. Houston 4. San Antonio 5. Golden St. 6. Memphis 7. Dallas 8. Portland 9. Minnesota 10. Denver 11. LA Lakers 12. New Orleans 13. Utah 14. Sacramento 15. Phoenix
1. Miami 2. Chicago 3. Indiana 4. Brooklyn 5. Milwaukee 6. New York 7. Atlanta 8. Cleveland 9. Toronto 10. Washington 11. Boston 12. Detroit 13. Orlando 14. Charlotte 15. Philadelphia
2nd Round Playoff Teams
LA Clippers, Oklahoma City, Houston, Golden St. Miami, Chicago, New York, Brooklyn
3rd Round Playoff Teams
LA Clippers, Oklahoma City Miami, Chicago
LA Clippers vs. Chicago
Reed doin’ what she do.
This is compelling video proof that Kobe is an MJ clone.
Who else misses this atmosphere at a Trail Blazer game? Check this video out and listen to and feel the electricity in this crowd on the jam by Uncle Cliffy.
Aside from how sweet the crowd used to be at the MC (no not the Moda Center, children, the Memorial Coliseum), I have a couple of other observations as well:
1. Why do teams not RUN like this anymore (aside from perhaps the Heat)? Jerome grabbed that ball and in a flash had the ball 3/4 of the way down the court to the point guard… so beautiful.
2. Hearing the voices of Pat Lafferty and Steve Jones— one of the most familiar sounds of my childhood— reminds me that outside of Bill Schonley, the franchise has really struggled with the voices calling the games over the years. Wheels and Tone are a joke. Mike and Mike are cringe-worthy as a homer and a kook. But this team here, Lafferty and Jones, was a disgrace. Watch this clip again and remember how bland Lafferty was and how it almost always seemed that Jones was working for the other team. He didn’t outright root for the Blazers to lose or to fall apart, but you could always sense a bit of bitterness or something towards the team. I always preferred him on nationally televised games where he truly didn’t have a dog in the fight.
3. RIP CITY!
CCWSPR… or something like that. Sick.
If you live in Portland and like live music,then you should definitely be using Portland Live. You can favorite artists, venues, and shows, and keep track of all upcoming shows there. Check it out!
The arteest at work