Although he’s been an underwhelming disappointment in the league, Brandon Jennings decided to light it up in a charity basketball game in Long Beach and slam down 81 points. Perhaps he’s giving us a preview of what we may see next season. I doubt it.
Either way, impressive enough to think BJennings scored these points in just 4 ten minute quarters and the day before he put up 51. Other players in the game included Trevor Ariza, Dorrel Wright, Jordan Hamilton, and Pooh Jeter. I take it they were watching the show Jennings was putting on from the sideline like the rest of the crowd.
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NBA postseason ratings performance is going to be just fine without the Lakers and the Celtics.
Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals featuring the Chicago Bulls beating the Miami Heat on Sunday was the most viewed NBA game in cable history, drawing an average of 11.1 million viewers and recieving a 6.2 overall U.S. HH rating.
The ratings performance topped the 2003 NBA All Star Game, which featured Michael Jordan’s last All Star appearance. That game scored an audience of 10.8 million viewers. Continue reading Bulls/Heat Game 1 Most Watched Cable Game In History
This game was actually exciting to say the least. Boston stayed close all game but could not clinch the win over Miami as they now lead the series 2-0. Next two games on Boston homecourt could get ugly.