by BigMouthGirlz on Monday, May 20, 2013
The BigMouthGirlz are seeking charismatic, energetic, and motivated interns to show off their talents on South Florida’s one and only BigMouthGirlz.com!
Do you have promoting support skills? Do you have exceptional writing skills? Can you host a video segment? Are you a graphic designer waiting to be illustrated? A photographer ready to capture the moment? A videographer reeling a story through pictures? Then contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for this special opportunity to be a part of one of South Florida’s fastest growing events promotion website! (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Wednesday, May 15, 2013
So much for the Chicago Bulls winning Game 1 in Miami, right? The Miami Heat won four in a row since, and have advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals for the third straight year. The Miami Heat look to either face the New York Knicks or the Indiana Pacers in the next series. I was predicting an MIA vs NY Eastern Conference Finals, but it seems as if NY will not be playing much longer as the Pacers have taken a commanding 3-1 lead on them. Last night, the Miami Heat got off to a fast start that saw them go 18-4 in the first quarter to set the game’s tone. But, the Chicago Bulls did not want to go out without at least putting up a good fight. The Bulls took command of the game and led through three straight quarters into the 4th. The Heat then turned it on and took out the Bulls in a 94-91 thriller to move on to the next round. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Friday, May 10, 2013
These Semi-Conference Finals seem to be getting more and more physical as the games are played. The only difference is, the Miami Heat are not having it. The Chicago Bulls continue to wear themselves down after their Game 1 victory with their excessive physical play against the reigning world champs. The Miami Heat continue to keep their cool and do what they do best, play the game of basketball and focus on the win. The Miami Heat have regained home court advantage in this series and look to take a 3-1 lead back to Miami on Monday when these two team get back at it for Game 4. It was a close game throughout all quarters until the Miami Heat went for the kill that would’ve left a Spanish Bullfighter in awe. Tempers were flaring from the start of the game with pushing and shoving from Nate Robinson, Chris “Birdman” Andersen, Joakim Noah, Nazr Mohammed, and Lebron James. Ultimately, Nazr lost his cool on a play with Lebron that resulted in an unexpected shove that called for an immediate ejection. Lebron James didn’t shoot the ball quite well in Game 3 going 6-17 because of the physicality of the game but went perfect from the free-throw line on 11-11 shooting. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Miami Heat fans, now this is what happens to the opposing team that beats the Heat in Game 1 and gets cocky about it, they get destroyed! The Miami Heat killed the Chicago Bulls in Game 2 and showed them who are the defending NBA Champions! The game was filled with emotion and testy attitudes that featured nine technical fouls, two players ejected, and a multitude of personal fouls that lead the Miami Heat to the free throw line 29 times while converting 22 of them into points. It really didn’t help the Bulls do anything but get flipped off by an angry Heat fan. Our bench contributed 55-points where 21 of them came from Ray Allen and 18 from Norris Cole. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Monday, May 6, 2013
Well Miami Heat fans, that’s what happens sometimes when you sweep a series and your next opponent’s series goes 7 games, you fall out of rhythm. The Heat have lost Home Court advantage this series, but can quickly regain it with a win in Chicago. The Bulls will present a bigger challenge than the Bucks did to the Heat, but I do not see this series going that far.
I am taking our Miami Heat in 5 games. Lebron did celebrate his 4th MVP and a well-deserved one. Lebron was one vote shy of becoming the first player in NBA history to win the award by unanimous decision that went to Carmelo Anthony. Although the Heat are down 0-1 at the moment, it only took this one loss to get this freight train back on its tracks. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights from Game 1. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Sunday, April 21, 2013
Well Miami Heat fans, as our record-breaking season has come to an end, our Miami Heat has already gotten down to brass tacks in taking out the Milwaukee Bucks 110 – 87 in Game 1 of the First Round of the East Playoffs! The Heat wasted no time in getting into playoff form. Winning has become the new DNA strand in Miami Heat basketball. The 23-point win marked a complete team effort by Miami which saw its bench contibute 43-points total that included 20-points from Ray Allen and 10-points and 7 rebounds from Chris “Birdman” Andersen. The game was again orchestrated by Lebron James who had an incredibly efficient 9-11 shooting night to still come out for 27-points, 10 rebounds, and 2 assist shy of a triple-double with 8. “That’s about as efficient as you can get. Made that look easier than it was,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said after the game. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Saturday, April 20, 2013
The Miami Rum Festival was a Pirate’s dream and a must experience! The festival was a congregation of some of the world’s rum enthusiasts, professionals, and rum experts exhibiting some of the finest rum out on the market now. A premier event that offered a full week of exclusive VIP parties at Miami’s most notable venues and a two day Grand Tasting Exhibition of the best rum brands.
The Grand Tasting Exhibition was held at the Miami Airport Convention Center and offered all of the fine rums from the Caribbean and beyond the ocean’s blue! (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Saturday, April 20, 2013
Benefiting the American Lung Association, the Las Olas Wine and Food Festival is definitely an event like no other! The street festival took place right on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale and offered a variety of delicious wines, food, entertainment, and much more!
The evening began with a Privé for exclusive ticket holders hosted by JM Lexus and the Historic Stranahan House Museum. The Privé offered light appetizers, wine, and tours of the famous Stranahan House also known as the Pioneer House, which was home to the founder of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Frank Stranahan. As you made your way to the entrance of the festival, you were offered a complimentary wine glass and a butler’s tray for endless samplings from over 70 of the best local restaurants in the Broward county area that also included 45 tables of select wines and micro brews. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Wednesday, March 6, 2013
A complete and utter LIE! A spectacular display of deception! FIU Theatre’s cast of The Liar entertains from opening to closing act. Adapted from the original play by Pierre Corneille and written by David Ives, The Liar is an urban comedy about a young man named Dorante (Danny Leonard) who arrives to Paris with one minor imperfection, he cannot tell the truth. Upon arriving, Dorante meets Cliton (Julio Liverpool), a manservant who cannot lie, and travels with him through a series of dishonest encounters.
The play features a cleverly selected cast of actors and actresses that harmoniously bring the characters to life right before your eyes. Danny Leonard ingeniously enlivens the role of Dorante, and turns a sword fight into a monologue. Zach Myers owns the role of Alcippe with his boisterous voice and command of the stage. Lucille Cocco and Mariana Vallejo both dazzle as they play Clarice and Lucrece; the love interests of Dorante and Alcippe. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The 20th Annual Make-A-Wish Ultimate Sports Auction presented by Publix Super Markets and Charities took place on February 25, 2013 in Miami’s Sun Life Stadium. This was absolutely a Slam Dunk, Home Run, and Touchdown event that made the wishes of several children come true.
The featured guest of the evening was 3-time NFL Super Bowl Champion, Hall of Fame player/coach, Mike Ditka. The event also turned out an array of other sports athletes and personalities from the sports world that came together in support of an amazing cause. Florida Atlantic University Ambassador Howard Schnellenberger was present. Heat TV play-by-play announcer and color analyst, Eric “Kaboom” Reid and Tony “The Coach” Fiorentino were also among the crowd. Additionally, former Miami Marlins First Baseman/Outfielder Cliff Floyd, former Miami Dolphins players Rob Konrad, Jeff Cross, Shawn Wooden, Greg Baty, and former Jacksonville Jaguar Mike Baniewicz also supported the cause. (more…)
by Katrina Golobowich on Monday, February 25, 2013
Everyone has a weakness and if yours is ice cream, then it’s a must that you try Liquid Ice Cream! Who hasn’t had the usual ice cream parlor experience where you pick your favorite flavor and your ice cream is scooped right up from a tub, and put onto a cone, cup, or bowl. Well how about something a little different? Liquid nitrogen ice cream made to order!
Liquid Ice Cream will deliver an ice cream making experience with the satisfaction of downing spoonfuls of ice cream so enjoyable, you’re sure to want a few more scoops! Choose your flavor and witness the creamiest, (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Wakeupstar is on a mission to help you realize your creative thoughts. This Miami-based company specializes in interactive media, design, and strategy to maximize the full potential of your projects. The company works closely together with a team of freelancers and entrepreneurs to discover inventive methods to deploy your creative endeavors. Wakeupstar has hosted and sponsored an array of events in the Miami area that has included an ArtWalk networking mixer, an independent music listening party, and a website launch party during ArtBasel. This year, they are proud to be a huge part of Miami’s Social Media Week 2013 and will feature the following events: (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Sunday, February 10, 2013
Cirque du Soleil presents yet again another fascinating show that brings a spectacular combination of circus arts, street entertainment, and live music in TOTEM. Written and directed by Robert Lepage, TOTEM captivates with its story through the dazzling voyage of the evolution of man from its original amphibian stages to its aspirations to fly. TOTEM displays an evolutionary experience that only Cirque du Soleil can deliver. The collaboration of talent, three years in the making brings its (more…)
by Katrina Golobowich on Monday, February 4, 2013
Karen Peterson and Dancers is a non-profit organization that dedicates itself to entertain through performances of mixed ability dance by artists with and without disabilities. Karen’s most recent performance at Pinecrest Gardens’ Banyan Bowl Amphitheatre, “Classical Music meets Modern Dance” can be described as an emotionally, captivating performance exhibited to the sounds of the Miami String Project and the Cross Town String Quartet. The Miami String Project is a group of string players ranging from 12-18 years old and together form Miami’s premiere youth chamber orchestra. The Miami String Project musical experience brings life through sounds. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Saturday, December 1, 2012
Here is another one of those game-changers we like to talk about. Are you tired of having to wait for the radio to play your next favorite song because they have to adjust the line-up to their demographics? How about an app that specifically tailors to the music you want to listen to non-stop, 24-7, 365 days a year?!?
Well, here comes EOSfm! EOSfm is the “Evolution of Sound” that changes the way we listen to the music we love. EOSfm is an Apple iPhone, iPod, and iPad application that continuously streams DJ dance mixes from DJs all around the world.
The app is free and available for download RIGHT NOW in the Apple App Store! EOSfm was founded by local Miami DJs Matt Moore (@DJMattMoore) and DJ Drew (@ItsMeDJDrew)! (more…)
by Raquel Sanz on Thursday, November 29, 2012
The Black Key Group in collaboration with Steinway & Sons Miami have teamed up to create Pop-Up Piano Miami, a project that merges music and art. After a very successful debut during Art Basel 2011 they are back by popular demand. Eight pianos will be placed throughout Wynwood, Midtown, The Design District, and Downtown Miami. There will also be 3 improv music performances.
Pop-Up Piano Miami hosted a pre Art Basel Mixer at Miami Iron Side showcasing the pianos that will be displayed. Art enthusiasts had a chance to see the final projects and meet the artists; Federico Carosio III, Eric Estrada (Wase One), Rodrigo Gaya, Desiree Kawass, Alexander Mijares, Ivan Roque, Ruben Ubiera, and Rosj Von Rosenberg. In addition, Pop-Up Piano Miami will be hosting a fundraising concert on December 5th at The PERRY South Beach Hotel. (more…)
by Raquel Sanz on Wednesday, November 21, 2012
It’s that time of year again as Art Basel 2012 is ready to take over Miami with epic proportion. As always, they have a broad spectrum of events to choose from like “Heineken’s Open Your World Mural Project” or “Red Dot Miami.” Take a look at the list below of the events that I’ll be checking out. See you there! (more…)
by Raquel Sanz on Saturday, November 17, 2012
When you arrive to Talavera Cocina Mexicana you feel like you have been transported to Mexico with its simple, yet beautiful and authentic décor. They have an array of items on their menu with great selections from antojitos (appetizers), quesos fundidos, soups, to authentic Mexican dishes such as chiles rellenos and mole. The quality of the food is outstanding as the flavors are one and only, and lets not forget great customer service. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Flashback Diner is a local favorite in its respective cities of Davie and Hallandale, Florida. With these two great locations, Flashback offers its delicious menu of homemade-style selections that make you feel right at home.
We have been fans of Flashbacks for quite some time now and every time we go, we never walk out hungry or dissatisfied. With a HUGE menu, this place offers it ALL! They have so many delicious items to choose from that it may take you a while to decide what you want to have. Trust us, you’ll want it all!
Here’s a little taste of what awaits you. A section of their menu is a list of “Celebrity” named sandwiches. All the sandwiches are delicious but a few of these items have become an instant-favorite in our personal menu. The Steven Spielberg is a “Deli Lover’s Dream,” along with the Lloyd Bridges and the Alfred Hitchcock. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Sunday, October 7, 2012
What’s up Miami Heat fans?!? I don’t know about you all, but I am ready for another slam-dunk season to another Championship this year! Although it has been a short summer for us Heat fans because we took home the grand prize, it has also has been a long summer for us waiting for it to start all over again. Let’s take a brief look at what our Heat are working with this year!
For the most part, our Miami Heat are bringing back its main core in of course, Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh. Mike Miller contemplated retirement due to his back issues, but he is recovered and will be back for more. I believe this year we will see the Mike Miller Pat Riley envisioned to have for this team.
James Jones also contemplated retirement but said, “Naaaah!” Every player should feel what a Championship-defense season feels like. Udonis Haslem, Joel Anthony, Shane Battier (who was terrific during the Finals), Mario Chalmers (who earned the respect of many last year, including me), Norris Cole, and Dexter Pittman will all be back on the roster opening day October 30th against the Boston Celtics. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Wednesday, August 29, 2012
La Sandwicherie is a French-owned and French inspired sandwich shop serving delightful sandwiches in South Florida since 1988. With two locations, La Sandwicherie delivers their signature sandwiches to the South Beach and Brickell areas. If you are from out of town, this place is one of those must go-to places you have to stop by before you leave.
La Sandwicherie offers a savory selection of sandwiches that will leave you telling your friends to pay them a visit. You start with your choice of a French baguette, whole wheat bread, or croissant. Then you pick from a selection of sandwiches like the vegetarian sandwich, cheese sandwich (Provolone, Swiss, Cheddar, Feta), and even an Egg sandwich. Then you have another selection of sandwiches that include their delectable deli meats like ham, turkey, roast beef, tuna, chicken, salami, and much more. (more…)
by Katrina Golobowich on Monday, August 20, 2012
The Pantry of Broward dedicates itself to assisting those facing hard and troubled times. The initiative of the Pantry of Broward assists senior citizens and grandparents raising their grandchildren by providing over 20,000 pounds of food each month.
The Pantry of Broward and the BigMouthGirlz are asking the local community to pitch in and re-stock the food bank’s shelves during the summer when the Pantry’s shelves diminish.
We are asking all local families, businesses, churches, and schools to donate non-perishable items like canned foods (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Saturday, August 18, 2012
Giovanni’s Cafe is a combo Peruvian-Italian restaurant delivering a wide variety of dishes and entrées native to both countries. Giovanni’s Cafe is located in an area that one has to be familiar with. The location of the restaurant is not where you would traditionally find a typical restaurant like an urban high-traffic area, but rather in a professional development of business offices.
This place does not need advertising as most people who know about Giovanni’s Cafe are referred by word of mouth. This describes the level of service and quality offered by Giovanni’s Cafe. If you end up visiting this place, you’ll see why we call this place,”A Local Hidden Gem!”
If you are a seafood fan, start yourself off with one of their flavorful Ceviches. They have an array of Ceviches like the Fried Seafood Mix, Mixed Ceviche, Fish ‘n Shrimp Ceviche, and the traditional Fish Ceviche. Try the Fish ‘n Shrimp Ceviche! Spicy, if you like it picante! (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Thursday, July 19, 2012
Being South Florida natives, we have had the opportunity like many to have some great Cuban food. Every city has what we like to call “A Local Gem.” We’ve been to this one specific Cuban restaurant countless times because we can’t get enough of them when we are craving Cuban food. This place is called Las Vegas Cuban Cuisine!
Las Vegas Cuban Cuisine has been serving the South Florida area since 1984 by the Vilariño family. The Vilariño family opened its first Las Vegas Cuban Cuisine in Hollywood, FL which shortly became a local favorite! This place is great for a date, take the family to, and even just to call them to place an order and pick it up to take home! The service is (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Saturday, July 14, 2012
Technology is one of the drivers of our economy and has expanded it into a global marketplace. We now conduct business on a worldwide level because of some of the inventions people have come up with during the past 30 years. The internet primarily being one of the main driving forces behind it. I am always fascinated by new technology. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Friday, June 22, 2012
Mission Complete Miami Heat fans! The reason this team was put together has proved the outcome. Your Miami Heat are this year’s 2012 NBA Champions! Now, without further ado, we can lay all of our surrounding HATERS to rest! (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Thursday, June 14, 2012
Nobody said the Oklahoma City Thunder was going to be a walk in the park. The Miami Heat stole a home game from the Thunder and now head back to Miami for Games 3, 4 , and 5. Now that the Miami Heat have home court advantage, this give them an opportunity to finish the series off at home. Game 1 was something to forget about. The Miami Heat lost and there is pretty much nothing to talk about. If we want to pick apart what could’ve happened, we could then start at how the Miami Heat blew a 13 point lead and lost. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Sunday, June 10, 2012
Well, Heat fans, your Miami Heat have won the 2012 Eastern Conference Champion for the second year in a row! The Heat are set to take on the Oklahoma City Thunder this Tuesday June 12 at 9:00pm EST. The Thunder will be bringing in Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and Serge Ibaka to the NBA’s biggest stage and try to stop Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh on getting their first championship since they came together. This is going to be a battle that might turn out to be one of the most exciting Finals the NBA has ever seen! (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Thursday, June 7, 2012
This Miami Heat vs Boston Celtics series is going to go down as one of those series that the people at Sun Sports do not stop talking about. If you are a Miami Heat fan and fan of the Sun Sports network, you know what I am talking about. This series has been a thrill ride and this Saturday June 9th is the grand finale we have all been waiting for.
Game 6 was special. A special game that hopefully makes Miami Heat fans acknowledge and admire what we truly have down here playing basketball for the Miami Heat. We have greatness. Greatness the NBA has not seen in a very long time. We have Lebron James. Lebron James is an (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Sunday, June 3, 2012
The past three games have been a thrill ride if you are a Miami Heat fan. This series is one for the classic reels. The Miami Heat have had their shares of ups and downs in this series and most downs have come in Boston. Boston has done exactly what they are supposed to do.
Boston has protected their home court just like an experienced veteran team should. Now, a “Best of Seven” series has turned into a “Best of Three” series. The Miami Heat head back to Miami for a must-win Game 5 and try and close this out in Boston in Game 6. Game 2 of this series was labeled an instant classic where we watched Rajon Rondo (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Monday, May 28, 2012
One game down and three more to go in these Eastern Conference Finals Miami Heat fans! The Miami Heat have taken a 1-0 series lead against the Boston Celtics after a 93-79 win at the American Airlines Arena. Miami seems to be clicking at the right time just like they did in last year’s playoffs. If this is going to be a continuing trend in Miami, we’ll take it!
Miami never trailed in this game. We saw a Boston Celtics group come out unmotivated and with absolutely no energy whatsoever. The Celtics did manage to keep the game within 10 points through the first half of the game. The Celtics emerged (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Thursday, May 24, 2012
The Miami Heat will once again contend in the Eastern Conference Finals Heat fans! Our Miami Heat has eliminated those pesky Indian Pacers in a 105 – 93 win and closing the series 4 – 2! Even in the absence of our enforcer Udonis Haslem who was suspended for this game and our missing piece of the Big 3 Chris Bosh, the Heat gang knew it was time to finish this series and rest up for what’s next!
The two-punch combo of Lebron James and Dwyane Wade let the NBA know who is coming back for a second taste of the NBA Finals. The Miami Heat have positioned themselves to face either the Boston Celtics or Philadelphia 76ers. Regardless of who the Miami Heat play, their road back to the NBA Finals looks pretty much guaranteed.
Dwyane Wade had a spectacular performance as Lebron had the other night. Wade scored 41 points along with 10 rebounds and three assists. Lebron finished (more…)
by Katrina Golobowich on Thursday, May 24, 2012
Rain or shine the concerts, and celebration parties must go on! Here’s something for everyone, a list of Memorial Weekend concerts and parties to check out! If you aren’t afraid of a little rain, there’s no reason you should miss out on these concerts and celebration parties. But, in case you are scared of a few raindrops, (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Tuesday, May 22, 2012
If this was not a statement and retaliatory game for the Miami Heat, I don’t know what it could have been. This game was filled with highlight moments from the tip in which we saw numerous dunks, layups, and flagrant hard fouls. Seems like Indiana actually thought they could handle the Heat!
The Miami Heat shot an astounding 61% from the field and not once looked back to see how the Indiana Pacers were doing. They just kept playing. Eleven dunks and numerous layups had Pacers coach Frank Vogel looking for answers where he could not find them. Frank? Stop looking for answers. There are no answers to the Heat in transition. Plain and simple. “We learned early in this series, you don’t get two wins for a blowout,” Vogel said during a post-game interview. I don’t think Frank (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Sunday, May 20, 2012
After a 19 point loss in Game 3 of these Eastern Conference Semi-Finals, Dwyane Wade knew he had to make up for it. We all saw a horrific shooting display that was titled “The Worst Dwyane Wade Playoff Performance” when he shot 2 of 13 for 5 points. Made up for it? Wade scored 30 points, 22 of them came in the second half of the game to tie the series up at two games apiece.
The absence of Chris Bosh has taken a couple of games to get accustomed to. It could not have come at a better time. Wade started the game as he did in Game 3 by missing close range shots and not getting to the rim. The Pacers jumped out to a 9 – 0 lead in the introductory minutes of the game which called for an immediate Erik Spoelstra timeout. Slowly but surely, Wade (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Tuesday, May 15, 2012
The NBA awarded Lebron James of the Miami Heat his third NBA MVP trophy in four years and became the 8th player in the history of the NBA to win the award 3 times or more. The Miami Heat went on to beat the Indiana Pacers 95 – 86 in Game 1 while they continue waiting to hear on Chris Bosh’s return.
In Game 1, the Miami Heat lost Chris Bosh for possibly the remainder of this series with an abdominal strain suffered on a dunk while being guarded by Roy Hibbert in the first half of Game 1. Chris Bosh took a pass from Lebron James near the foul line, took one dribble for the hard dunk with his left hand, and collapsed to the floor. In the replays it shows Hibbert slightly affecting his shot but it was nothing flagrant or intentional. It was just a regulate basketball play where we saw Chris Bosh maneuver awkwardly for the dunk. (more…)
by Raquel Sanz on Monday, May 7, 2012
Beach weather has finally arrived to beautiful South Florida. This means bathing suits, drinks, and fun with your friends. But what about your SPF protection? Do you know what SPF stands for, or how to choose the right SPF protection for you?
SPF in an acronym for Sun Protection Factor. The SPF number tells you how long you can stay in the sun before getting burned. If you normally start to burn after 15 minutes of sun exposure, an SPF 15 product will let you stay in the sun for approximately 15 times longer (or 3 1/2 hours) without burning. SPF sunscreen numbers indicate (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Sunday, May 6, 2012
The New Yorks Knicks came through and fought through all of the adversity surrounding the team to pull out a stunning win over the Miami Heat who are now 3-1. The series shifts back to Miami on Wednesday May 9th while the Heat seek to close this one out on their home floor in front of their fans. The game was a complete thrill-ride from start to finish and even more-so the fourth quarter.
Carmelo Anthony had a spectacular game as he helped the Knicks end an 11-year and 13-game playoff drought in New York. The last time the Knicks won a playoff game was on April 29, 2001. Carmelo Anthony put up an amazing 41 point, 6 rebound, and 4 assist performance on a game that went down to the wire.
Amare Stoudemire was back for Game 4 just like he said he would be and put up decent numbers despite that massive cut he sustained right after Game 2. Amare had a 20 point and 10 rebound game which was quite impressive after the picture he tweeted of his hand. Amare’s hand (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Thursday, May 3, 2012
The saying goes, “the series doesn’t start until the home team loses.” Well, it’s official Miami Heat fans, the series has finally begun and soon about to end for the New York Knicks. The New York Knicks are on the brink of elimination in these East Quarter Finals.
Lebron James spent most of the night in foul trouble as he finished the game with 5 fouls, but that didn’t stop him from putting up his usual numbers. Lebron was outstanding despite the foul trouble and scored 17 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter. Eight of those points came on consecutive baskets at the beginning of the period. “Bron came in and got at it right away. He had an unbelievable fourth quarter,” Dwyane Wade said after the game. Lebron James finished the game with 32 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assist, and 2 steals. He also finished with 8 turnovers, but that didn’t matter, Lebron’s fourth quarter explosion made up for it. “He just has to stay with it. He had some turnovers, he had some mistakes, but he was able to keep his head in it,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra stated during a post-game interview.
One player that has been impressing me (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Friday, April 27, 2012
Alright, I’m not even going to get into the game against the Wizards. For what? It was a pointless irrelevant game that didn’t change anything in the standings as to who we are going to play in the first round of the playoffs. In a nutshell, the Miami Heat got smoked by 34 points by the Washington Wizards. WHO CARES!?! The Heat rested the Big 3 once again while the rest of the team played extended minutes to get into playoff mode. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Tuesday, April 24, 2012
In a game that did not feature the Miami Heat’s Big 3 and the Boston Celtics Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen, this was a game that saw the Heat turn the ball over 24 times and shoot for 38 percent from the field. Paul Pierce took the floor as the only one of the Celtics’ Big 3 while the Heat rested theirs. Much deserved rest for Lebron, Wade, and Bosh.
After a compacted season that has had them play several back-to-back games and even a few back-to-back-to-backs, they can use all the rest they can get. (more…)
by Aaron Golobowich on Tuesday, April 24, 2012
I want to thank the Big Mouth Girlz for asking me to contribute to their blog! The Big Mouth Girlz are BIG Miami Heat fans and have reached out to me being a BIGGER fan. I’m a Miami native and I have been following the Heat for quite some time now. I will cover the last couple of Heat games and their run into the 2012 NBA Playoffs! (more…)