It took a little over two years and overcoming several major injuries, but Tiger Woods is once again a winner. Woods finished with back-to-back birdies to shoot a 3-under 69 and capture the Chevron World Challenge by one shot over Zach Johnson. It was only the third time this year Tiger was in contention to seal the deal and he didn’t disappoint. Tiger hit the clutch shots that we were used to seeing when he was destroying the fields regularly. Looks like we may be seeing the dominant Tiger again in 2012. Watch the highlights below.
Posted by kingpinoftheinkpen | Posted in Keep The Change | Posted on 01-12-2011-05-2008
Today marks the official one year anniversary of www.aarontheartist.com! I just want to take a quick second to thank each and everyone of you who has ever stopped by to check out my comics, cartoons and art. I truly appreciate you all and I hope you continue to come back and bring your friends too! Enjoy the comic below and click to enlarge.
Posted by kingpinoftheinkpen | Posted in Art | Posted on 30-11-2011-05-2008
With the NBA lockout finally ending, All Star Deron Williams‘ days in Turkey are apparently numbered. But it seems he made quite the impression too. Williams, who only played 15 games for Turkish powerhouse Besiktas and averaged 21.8 ppg (including a 50 point outburst last week) and 6.5 assists per game, had his no. 8 jersey retired. Williams says he hopes to return to Besiktas, perhaps after his NBA days end. Check out the video below.
I can only imagine what they would have done for Kobe Bryant if he had come overseas to play.
After almost five months of threats, insults and posturing, it looks as if the NBA and its players have finally agreed on terms to allow a 2011-12 season! The league will have a brief free agency period, a 66 game season (48 of the games will be in-conference) running from Christmas Day to April 26,2012 and there will be cases where teams play on back to back to back nights (similiar to the lockout shortened NBA season of 1999). The playoffs will move at a slightly accelerated pace and at the latest, the NBA Finals would end on June 26. And yes, there will still be an All Star Weekend. So now, we can get to the questions that were running rampant back in June. Will CP3 and Dwight Howard still be in New Orleans and Orlando at season’s end? Will this season be the last chance for Big 3 in Boston? Will 2 time scoring champ Kevin Durant lead Oklahoma City through the West? And can LeBron James finally win that elusive first championship? Let the fun begin…basketball’s back!