List of Articles by Homer D. Sayson
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Displaying articles 471 to 480.Bulls trample Hawks, even series at 1-1
06 May 2011
BEFORE Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals tipped-off Wednesday night at the United Center, Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose accepted the 2011 NBA MVP trophy from league commissioner David Stern.
Rose, 22, is the yo
Hawks swoop Game 1
04 May 2011
Eastern Conference Semis
When Joe Johnson was at the cusp of free agency last July, the Bulls, Knicks, Heat and Clippers were among the teams that aggressively pursued him.
The courtship ended abruptly when the Atlan
Heat burns rusty Celtics, takes Game 1
03 May 2011
NBA Playoffs 2011
East Conference Semifinals
The Celtics Big Three remains as one of the NBA's most feared and potent offensive juggernauts. But this great All-Star trio is slowly getting up there in age.
Turf toe slows down Boozer
01 May 2011
2011 NBA PLAYOFFS
Eastern Conference Semifinals
An MRI has confirmed a previous diagnosis that the injury sustained early this week by Carlos Boozer is indeed turf toe, an ailment defined by Wikipedia as "a surface level co
PhilBoxing.com Special 2011 NBA Playoffs Coverage: Homer Sayson is Back!
29 Apr 2011
Editor's Note: After months of sabbatical, one of the Philippines' most colorful print and radio personalities our very own Homer D. Sayson is back to bring us inside coverage and news analysis of the current NBA Playoffs ru
Even without a belt: BoomBoom is a winner in life
22 Nov 2008
CHICAGO -- The cruel sport of boxing is littered with the carcasses of past champions who had squandered their fortunes through wretched excess and loving neglect.
Mike Tyson immediately comes to mind. Once the Baddest Man
BoomBoom's Search for Redemption
21 Nov 2008
CHICAGO -- A mere 15 months ago, Rey "BoomBoom" Bautista was cruising on the fastrack to greatness, an undefeated prospect pregnant with unlimited promise.
With the might of his two hands, he had knocked out 17 of his
MVP TURNS MFP
10 Jun 2008
CHICAGO -- After dropping Game 1 of this year's NBA Finals last Sunday night, the L.A. Lakers also lost Game 2 to the Boston Celtics yesterday, 108-102.
Kobe Bryant is currently the best player in the planet, but down 0-2 in th
TRUE CELTIC GRIT
07 Jun 2008
CHICAGO -- As anticipated, Game 1 of the 2008 NBA Finals was breathtakingly exciting, filled with more action and peril than the latest Indiana Jones movie.
There are so many adjectives that can be attached to yest
THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH
05 Jun 2008
CHICAGO -- Unlike the world-famous Ringling Brothers Circus, this one doesn't feature elephants and tigers. And it doesn't parade monkeys, horses and clowns, either.
But for it's global reach and sheer entertainment value, the NBA Finals could well make a case as the "Greatest Show On Earth."