Wednesday, August 12, 2015



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Arsenal Season Preview


Following Arsenal’s shocking loss to Westbrom, Arsenal is now back on the chase for Benzema, personally I believe that Arsenal still needs a striker because Giroud is just too comfortable. I mean like if I were the only striker available I wouldn’t really care what happens, would play every match with the idea that I am the only one they need me, no one to replace me. This is where Benzema comes in,  if you have a striker like Benzema at Arsenal it would push Giroud to work harder therefore bringing out the best in him. If Arsenal still have that dream of winning the premier league this season they need a striker to give them this goals, as of now the midfield is solid, the defense is okay but not perfect. Another problem is the defense, Arsenal needs a solid central defender because personally I am not comfortable with Mertesacker being in that position, he is not just good for the position we need the likes of John terry, Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard and so on to guard the post as well as lead the team to victory because of their strong leadership qualities.

The midfield is perfect for now, it’s just awesome to have the talents of Cazorla,Ozil,Ramsey, Coquelin and Sanchez. Lastly kudos to Arsene wenger for capturing petr cech from Chelsea. Wish him lots of luck at Arsenal, he still needs to brush up a little bit and get used to the team but I believe he will do great things for Arsenal and for finally giving Walcott the chance to prove himself as a striker for the team.

Contributor: Kenyo Musa

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Friday, July 31, 2015

NBA: Team Africa vs Team World

For the first time ever, the NBA will play an exhibition game on African soil as they hope to expand the league in the continent on Saturday; Spurs coach Gregg Popovich will lead Team Africa which consists of NBA players born in African countries against Team world which includes the rest of the world. Team World led by Nets head coach Lionel Hollins.

Team Africa, comprised of players born in Africa and second-generation African players, will feature team captain and two-time NBA All-Star Luol Deng (Miami Heat; Great Britain; born in South Sudan), Al-Farouq Aminu (Portland Trail Blazers; U.S.; parents from Nigeria), Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks; Greece; parents from Nigeria), Nicolas Batum (Charlotte Hornets; France; parent from Cameroon), Bismack Biyombo (Toronto Raptors; Democratic Republic of the Congo), Boris Diaw (San Antonio Spurs; France; parent from Senegal), Gorgui Dieng (Minnesota Timberwolves; Senegal), Festus Ezeli (Golden State Warriors; Nigeria), Serge Ibaka (Oklahoma City Thunder; Congo)*, and Luc Mbah a Moute (Sacramento Kings; Cameroon).

Team World, comprised of players from the rest of the world, will feature team captain, NBPA President and eight-time NBA All-Star Chris Paul (Los Angeles Clippers; U.S.), Bradley Beal (Washington Wizards; U.S.), Kenneth Faried (Denver Nuggets; U.S.), Marc Gasol (Memphis Grizzlies; Spain), Pau Gasol (Chicago Bulls; Spain), Jeff Green (Memphis Grizzlies; U.S.), Marcus Smart (Boston Celtics; U.S.), Evan Turner (Boston Celtics; U.S.) and Nikola Vucevic (Orlando Magic; Montenegro).

The game will be played on Saturday, August 1.  It will be televised on ESPN at 9 am, live from Ellis Park Arena in Johanneberg, South Africa.  ).

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Women's FIFA World Cup:Group D US VS. Nigeria

Abby Wambach of USA scores her team's first goal

The Nigerian Super Falcons today played against US Women National team in the Group stages in Vancouver, and unfortunately, crashed out of the competition. USWNT beat the Falcons 1-0 to top their Group D which is being tagged the ‘Group of death’ with other top teams such as Sweden, and Australia.

Even with the efforts from the Super Falcons, U.S legendary player Abby Wambach’s late goal just seconds before end of the first-half of the game guaranteed them a spot for the USWNT in the second round of the ongoing FIFA’S Women World Cup.

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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Sorry for being away for so long.....I'm baaack!

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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

#laughaboutit : Kansiime Anne the football fanatic

This lady has gone places.

Kanisme Anne the sports fanatic here explains her World Cup game experience, at one point, in her bid to save face,  she even narrates how Micheal Jordan fails to pass the ball correctly :)



Anne Kansiime is a multi-award winning talented comedian, TV Presenter, Actress, and Writer in Fun factory. She also currently hosts a weekly show on Citizen TV Kenya “ Dont Mess with Kansiime.

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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Chioma Omeruah TEDxEuston. Don't be a waste!

Love, love this gurl!
Thanks to my sister for posting this on my wall, this was funny as much as it was inspiring
Watch Nigeria's Chi-gurl capture the audience at TEDx, an independently organized event in the spirit of the ideas worth spreading. TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share TED-like experience.

 A lil about Chi-gurl

CHIOMA OMERUA aka c-flow, aka chi-gul is a singer and actress who was born in Lagos where she lived until she moved to the US in 1994. She remained in the US for the next 12 years where she continued to pursue her passions while teaching drama to kids at the boys and girls clubs and in the high school where she worked as a French teacher. Chioma has taken part in various theater productions such as Lorraine Hansberry's "Raisin in the Sun", one act plays such as "It’s not my fault" and she even dabbled in the genre of absurdism, taking on roles in a play called "the bald soprano". Chioma is in her element on stage, especially in musical theater as she gets to use both her acting and singing skills. Since returning home to Nigeria in 2006, she has been in two musical productions; "Avoice for Ella" (a Nigerian adaptation of the cinderella story) and disney's “The lion king" in conjunction with standard bearers school, Lagos. She currently resides in Abuja where she is still pursuing her passions as a comedian, and mc/compere while working a regular 9-5 job. Chigul also is a talented linguist and voice over artist. She speaks 5 languages and can imitate 12 different accents.
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Sunday, January 4, 2015

Renowed ESPN Anchor, Stuart Scott dies at 49

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ESPN Anchor,  for over 20 years, Stuart Scott died on Sunday at 49 after a long battle with cancer. Scott was first diagnosed with cancer in 2007. He accepted the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance in July 2014, accepting the award, he said- "When you die, it does not mean that you lose to cancer. You beat cancer by how you live, why you live and in the manner in which you live:" 

Scott's famous catchphrases are forever imprinted on the walls of the new ESPN studio in Bristol, from his very famous "Boo-Yah!" to "As cool as the other side of the pillow"

Praying for his entire family in this very hard time, and I am certain that the great legacy he left behind will be cherished forever. 

Rest on Sir!

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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Kevin Garnet along with other athletes, and Jay-z show support for Eric Garner with I can't breathe T-shirts

Nets players, from left, Jarrett Jack, Kevin Garnett,

Following Chicago Bulls player Derrick Rose's lead, NBA athletes including Cavaliers Lebron James and Kyrie Irving, Brooklyn Nets Kevin Garnet and Deron Williams wore black “I Can't Breathe” T-shirts in support of Eric Garner during pregame warm-ups on Monday. Rapper Jay-z also joined in by wearing black in support of the Garner family
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NBA Commissioner, Adam Silver has expressed reservation over players taking part in protests on the courts, although he stated that he respects their views however- “ My preference would be for players to abide by our on-court attire rules.” Silver said.

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Lebron James meets Prince William and wife Kate Middleton after Nets and Cavaliers game. #royals.

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The Duke ad Duchess of Cambridge are currently touring the United States and ever since their arrival in New York they've met the President, well at least Prince William met with Obama in Washington, DC earlier today,  and the American “royal” couple, Beyonce and Jay-Z on the sidelines of the Brooklyn Nets vs Cleveland Cavaliers game at the Barclays Center on Monday night.
However, their American experience will not go on without meeting our very own King James. Following the Cavalier's 101-88 victory over the Nets, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton were granted an audience with NBA champ, Lebron James (King James)

James came bearing gifts of jerseys and cupcakes; the 2-time NBA champ gave the Duke and Duchess cavaliers jersey in each colorway with 'George' and 'Cambridge' on the back. He also gave them cupcakes from Baker Boulevard. 
Speaking at a press conference right after the Monday night game, James said: “I gave them a present and thanked them for coming to America to watch our game” 
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Monday, December 8, 2014

Toronto Raptors GM Masai Ujiri among other NBA legends honor Nelson Mandela on the anniversary of his death

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Toronto Raptors' President and General Manager Masai Ujiri was joined by some of sports biggest Icons in celebration of the life and legacy of former South African President and freedom fighter Nelson Mandela who died exactly one year ago. The gala event was held at the Air Canada center in Toronto in the Raptors practice facility, the event featured a panel discusssion between 5-time NBA Champ Magic Johnson, retired NBA player Charles Barkley, 8-time NBA All-Star and Congo's Dikembe Mutombo and Miss Universe 1999, Mpule Kwelagobe.

NBA Deputy Commisioner, Mark Tatum and NBA Vice President and Managing Director for Africa, Amadou Gallo Fall also were in attendance.

The gala event was followed by a game between the Toronto Raptors and Cleveland Cavaliers in a game ended with the visitors taking home their sixth win in a row -105-91. Lebron James led the Cavaliers with 24-points and a season-best 13 assists.

The Nigerian-born NBA Exec who is also Africa's first executive with an NBA team was emotional as he said- “It's incredible to see Magic, Charles, Dikembe, the came here just like that. The world is not in a good place in my opinion and Mandela makes it better. He will be bigger, even though he's passed. He was bigger than life.”

The 44-year-old NBA Exec first met Mandela in the summer of 2006 in Johannesburg as an ambassador for the NBA community Program, Basketball without Borders, speaking fondly of the late Mandela he said- “Growing up I always remember watching the news with my dad, and I remember images of fire, fights on the street and I would see my Dad's reaction and I began to learn about Nelson Mandela.”
As I got older, it began to mean more to me what he had done. When I met him in 2006, it completely changed everything. He was someone I idolized.”

Proceeds from the event will go in support of Raptors boss Uriri's not-for-profit organization, Giants of Africa as well as the Nelson Mandela Foundation.

Ujiri's foundation, Giants of Africa was formed in 2003, the non-profit organization helps educate and enrich the lives of African youths using basketball as a tool-providing them with camps, coaching and facilities. Ujiri found his love for the sport a 13-year-old boy in Nigeria and was fortunate to play college basketball w when he moved to the U.S

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