> > Well, I finally got to see the Liberty (Thursday) night.
> Puleeze tell me you were the cwguy behind the Liberty's bench and a
> few rows up. ;-).
Well, if he was wearing a Massachusetts Minutemen T-shirt, thanks for
Yesterday, a New York fan on another board also frequented by Karra
announced she was listening to Al Green as she awaited today's clash.
So I couldn't resist replying with "And Reverend Green will be glad to
see ya/ When you haven't got a prayer" from Marc Cohn's "Walkin' in
Memphis". Well, my new-found adversary retorted by suggesting Al would
be performing the last rites for the Rockers after tomorrow. Hey, it's
the playoffs. and the intensity is turned up.
One player the Rockers are counting on to improve on her Game 1
performance is featured in the article available by going to
http://cleveland.com/sports/rockers/ and clicking on "Wauters looks to
rebound against Liberty". Bob Dolgan quotes coach Dan Hughes: "New
York is so physical they just pushed her off the block." Ann expands on
that thread: "It was really aggressive and physical, so much more than
a regular-season game. I didn't really get into it. They were slapping
me on the arms and grabbing me." And yet Lib bench boss Richie Adubato
claims his "girls" didn't retaliate when the Rockers pushed. Hmmm. I
guess I should follow the action in the post more closely to decide for
myself, but I generally end up concentrating on point guard and wing
play for some reason. Too bad today's photo of Reason #4 (see roster
below) is not available online for your viewing pleasure...
> no sig...waiting for the big one ;-)
Since New York is "The City That Never Sleeps", one less entertainment
option for tomorrow won't leave you feeling deprived, will it? ;+)
Rockers Roster: #23 Andrade, #11 Bader, #32 Barnes, #34 Brown,
#30 Darling, #42 Hall, #41 Johns, #25 Jones, #4 McConnell Serio,
#28 Melvin, #12 Wauters. Birthdays for this month now featured at
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