Doc Rivers took a huge fourth-quarter gamble by turning the Celtics‘ season over to a Big Baby and Nate Robinson, the former Knick who looks and sometimes behaves like a child but has a history of playing big when you least expect it.
Thursday night, Game 4 of the NBA Finals, was one of those moments.
Glen (Big Baby) Davis and Robinson rewarded Rivers’ faith by rallying the Celtics to a 96-89 victory over the Lakers that ensured the series will return to L.A. next week. With the Finals tied at 2-2, Game 5 is here Sunday.
Let’s enjoy the wonderful game through a PowerPoint slideshow and a video:
The soccer matches of the World Cup soccer in 2010 will be held in different host cities and their soccer stadiums across South Africa:
* Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban
* Green Point Stadium, Cape Town
* Nelson Mandela Bay, Port Elizabeth
* Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit
* Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane
* Soccer City, Johannesburg
* Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg
* Loftus Versveld, Pretoria/Tshwane
* Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein
* Royal Bafokeng, Rustenburg
Let’s get a glimpse of these venues which wil be the battlefields for the 32 soccer teams through the following PowerPoint presentation and video:
FIFA World Cup is held every four years. As this great competition becomes more and more popular, the cultrue it brings also influences our lives more and more with each passing day.
Take FIFA World Cup Logos for example, once a World Cup logo is announced, it will be clapped onto pens, cups, notebooks or T-shirts etc quickly. Especially during the World Cup period, you can see it anywhere, even on the fans’ faces or heads.
Given that, it is very necessary for us to know the history of the FIFA World Cup logos: