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Monthly Archives: November 2012


KeepinitRealSports Quote Of The Day:

The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a man’s determination. – Tommy Lasorda


This Day In Basketball History:

November 30,1996 – Michael Jordan (Chicago Bulls) scored his 25,000th NBA career point. He was only the 10th player to reach the mark.


This Day In Football History:

November 30,1993 – The NFL awarded the league’s 30th franchise to the Jacksonville Jaguars.


Happy Birthday:
Marcellus Wiley

November 30, 1974 – Marcellus Vernon Wiley is a retired American football defensive end who played 10 seasons in the National Football League for four different teams.


Happy Birthday:
Bill Walsh

November 30, 1931 – William Ernest “Bill” Walsh was the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers and the Stanford Cardinal football team, during which time he popularized the West Coast offense. After retiring from the 49ers, Walsh returned as head coach at Stanford and later served as Cardinal athletic director.


Keepinit Real NBA Stats:
Nuggets – vs – Warriors

Nuggets 105
(8-8, 4-7 away)
Warriors 106
(9-6, 5-2 home)

Top Performers
Denver: T. Lawson 17 Pts, 4 Reb, 9 Ast, 4 Stl
Golden State: D. Lee 31 Pts, 9 Reb, 6 Ast, 1 Stl, 1 Blk


Keepinit Real NBA News:
David Stern Displeased With Spurs

NBA commissioner David Stern issued a statement before the game started apologizing to fans and saying, “This was an unacceptable decision by the San Antonio Spurs and substantial sanctions will be forthcoming.”


Keepinit Real NBA Stats:
Miami Heat – vs – Spurs

Miami Heat 105
(11-3, 7-0 home)
Spurs 100
(13-4, 9-2 away)

Top Performers

PTS: James 23
REB: Bosh 12
AST: James 7
STL: James 4
BLK: 2 tied at 1


Keepinit Real NBA News:
Popovich Sits Role Players

San Antonio’s Gregg Popovich sent stars Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili, plus key role player Danny Green, on a commercial flight home instead of playing them in a nationally televised game against the Miami Heat so they could rest ahead of the Spurs’ Saturday home game against the league-leading Memphis Grizzlies.


Keepinit Real MLB News:
David Wright Remains With Mets

David Wright is the recipient of the largest contract in New York Mets history. Wright has agreed to a new package that will keep him in a Mets uniform through at least 2020, the deal is worth slightly less than $140 million. Wright had been under Mets control for next season at $16 million. The new deal should lock in Wright for seven additional years at approximately $122 million.