MY FIRST YOUTUBE ACCOUNT

Posted: March 27, 2011 in Uncategorized

Hey guys! I’m back, and I’ve finally decided to create a YouTube account, right now I’m uploading some KPOP Videos such as Big Bang and G.NA, I’ve also uploaded Minus 1 of their respective songs so you can download it there or even here directly.

http://www.youtube.com/user/Vinceeray?feature=mhum

Big Bang – Tonight (Minus 1)

G.NA – Black and White (Minus 1)

Please do visit my Channel. 🙂

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MVP: LeBron or Kobe, Who’s the Man?

Posted: February 23, 2009 in Sports

We’re now on the half way-point of the 2008-2009 NBA season and so far we have been entertained by a lot of outstanding performances by the league’s best players and teams, but for now I wanna focus on NBA’s top 2 best players and MVP candidates, these are Cavalier’s LeBron “King” James and Laker’s Kobe “Mr. 81” Bryant.

Let’s compare the 2 shall we.

Kobe Bryant
Los Angeles Lakers
Position:  G
Height:  6-6 Weight:  205
High School: Lower Merion HS (PA)
2008-09 Statistics
PPG 27.6
RPG 5.5
APG 5.0
SPG 1.3
BPG 0.4
FG% 0.471
FT% 0.872
3P% 0.359
MPG 36.5
LeBron James
Cleveland Cavaliers
Position:  F
Height:  6-8 Weight:  250
High School: St. Vincent-St. Mary HS (OH)
2008-09 Statistics
PPG 28.9
RPG 7.4
APG 7.1
SPG 1.8
BPG 1.2
FG% 0.493
FT% 0.772
3P% 0.317
MPG 37.6

What you see above are the current season stats of each player. As what you see, there is no doubt that James has a tiny edge on Bryant when it comes to stats. Now let’s compare their impacts to their respective teams. Let’s start with Bryant, Kobe gives intensity and leadership to the Laker’s, the 12 year veteran not only drops enormous points but also acts as a facilitator and a big boost of confidence for his teammates. He has that “Killer Instinct” and competitive attitude that makes him hard to be defended, there is no question why he is the reigning Season MVP. Now that we’re done with Bryant let’s talk about King James, Lebron from the very start of this season has been outstanding and very competitive, he drops big time points while also grabbing huge number of rebounds, he also finds his open teammates well. LeBron is clearly the reason why Cleveland’s winning ball games, he might not yet be on the level that Bryant has today, but the attitude he’s showing every night helps his team much.

Clearly both players are on a race of their own, physically James is blessed with big body that is as hard as a rock and is as quick as a formula 1 car, meanwhile Bryant physically don’t have that kind of body that Jame’s has. As he is getting older we cannot expect that he’ll be as good as Jame’s physically for the age factor might come to play. Besides the Age Factor, Bryant’s still plays well and shows no sign of aging, hell! he even plays with a broken pinky finger.

All in all, both players have entertained us since the start of the season, from Bryant’s MSG record breaking 61 points then James tops it out with 52 points and a triple double in the same court.

Now the big question is who’s the Man?

As of now, I have to say Kobe Bryant is the Man. The reigning MVP showed everyone that he can outclass the best of the best players in the NBA, he proved it when he led Lakers to victory versus the defending champs and arch rivals Celtics, he also facilitated Lakers on ending the 23 Home Game Winning Streak of Jame’s Cavaliers team.

With all these accomplishments he is having this  season there is no doubt that Kobe is still the Best! But “Mr. 81” don’t be so confident, because King James is gaining and getting closer on snatching from you the Season MVP Award.

-Vincent S. Banguis II

Armed with rapid combination of punches and a speed as fast as a bullet, the Filipino pride Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao delivered raging hooks and jabs to finally grab his 4th Title in different weight divisions via knockout victory versus the reigning WBC lightweight champ David Diaz, last June 29, 2008 in the crowded place of Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, USA.

The 1st round started with Pacquiao aggresively throwing punches to Diaz. Both fighters we’re estimating the strength of their rivals. Diaz tried to defend Pacquiao’s burning jabs and hooks but nearly all of “Pacman’s” punches we’re landed to his face. The round ended with Diaz stunned by the power of the Filipino boxer.

2nd round to 3rd round, Diaz nose gave up and started to bleed. Pacquiao continued his onslaught while Diaz stood still and defend every punch Pacquiao throws. 4th round to 8th round, the Mexican-American boxer David Diaz showed that he can survive the punishment given to him by the #1 Pound for Pound Boxer Pacquiao.

9th round was the last round Diaz can stand the punches of the Mexicutioner. Manny Pacquiao, released barrage of punches that Diaz cannot evade. Manny snapped Diaz’s head by a strong jab, and delivered a 1-2 combination punch that sent the Mexican-American down to the canvas.

At the 2:24 mark of the round, referee Vic Drakulich waved the fight off and the Filipinos celebrate as Manny Pacquiao is the new WBC Lightweight champ, and the 1st asian to gain 4 titles in different weight divisions.

“I was saying to myself that his punches doesn’t hurt much, but in just how many seconds I was lying on the canvas, what the heck” said David Diaz who is referring to the Mexicutioner Manny Pacquiao.

Mr_PuFF

After Kimi Raikkonen’s exhaust problem, teammate Felipe Massa aggresively step down the throttle leading a 1 & 2 Ferrari Victory. 3rd place belongs to Jarno Trulli of Toyota who gave his team their 1st Podium finish for a long time. The heroic Toyota driver successfully defended his position from a late Heikki Kovalainen challenge. The weekend ended, w/ some happy faces and sad faces in Magny-Cours, France, Sunday, June 22, 2008.

Heikki Kovalainen brought home his Maclaren car in 4th place, while his teammate Lewis Hamilton finished a disappointing 10th place. The englishman had to serve a drive-through penalty for overtaking Toro Rosso’s Sebastian Vettel in a straight-lining turn seven on lap 1.

5th place belongs to BMW’s Robert Kubica who had his Maiden Win last race in Canada. Mark Webber took 6th place and his teammate David Coulthard placed 9th. The 2 Renault Drivers placed themselves in 7th for Nelsinho Piquet who had his best result of the season & 8th for the 2 time champion Fernando Alonso.

The other Toyota Driver Timo Glock had a rough race finishing in 11th place, next to him in 12th place is Toro Rosso’s Sebastian Vettel and in 13th place is BMW’s Nick Heidfeld who had a very disappointing race.

The lap down drivers are as follows, Honda’s Rubens Barrichello in 14th, the 2 Williams in 15th place for Kazuki Nakajima and 16th place for Nico Rosberg, 17th is the other Toro Rosso Driver Sebastien Bourdais, and next to him are the 2 Force India Drivers, Giancarlo Fisichella who got 18th and Adrian Sutil who managed to get 19th place.

Honda’s Jenson Button was the only driver who didn’t finish because of an accident in lap 16th. He’ll take 20th place.

Mr_PuFF

Here is the result of the race:

Pos No Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Pts
1 2 Felipe Massa Ferrari 70 1:31:50.245 2 10
2 1 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 70 +17.9 secs 1 8
3 11 Jarno Trulli Toyota 70 +28.2 secs 4 6
4 23 Heikki Kovalainen McLaren-Mercedes 70 +28.9 secs 10 5
5 4 Robert Kubica BMW Sauber 70 +30.5 secs 5 4
6 10 Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 70 +40.3 secs 6 3
7 6 Nelsinho Piquet Renault 70 +41.0 secs 9 2
8 5 Fernando Alonso Renault 70 +43.3 secs 3 1
9 9 David Coulthard Red Bull-Renault 70 +51.0 secs 7
10 22 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 70 +54.5 secs 13
11 12 Timo Glock Toyota 70 +57.7 secs 8
12 15 Sebastian Vettel STR-Ferrari 70 +58.0 secs 12
13 3 Nick Heidfeld BMW Sauber 70 +62.0 secs 11
14 17 Rubens Barrichello Honda 69 +1 Lap 20
15 8 Kazuki Nakajima Williams-Toyota 69 +1 Lap 15
16 7 Nico Rosberg Williams-Toyota 69 +1 Lap 19
17 14 Sebastien Bourdais STR-Ferrari 69 +1 Lap 14
18 21 Giancarlo Fisichella Force India-Ferrari 69 +1 Lap 17
19 20 Adrian Sutil Force India-Ferrari 69 +1 Lap 18
Ret 16 Jenson Button Honda 16 Accident damage 16
The Drivers Standings:
Pos Driver Nationality Team Points
1 Felipe Massa Brazilian Ferrari 48
2 Robert Kubica Polish BMW Sauber 46
3 Kimi Räikkönen Finnish Ferrari 43
4 Lewis Hamilton British McLaren-Mercedes 38
5 Nick Heidfeld German BMW Sauber 28
6 Heikki Kovalainen Finnish McLaren-Mercedes 20
7 Jarno Trulli Italian Toyota 18
8 Mark Webber Australian Red Bull-Renault 18
9 Fernando Alonso Spanish Renault 10
10 Nico Rosberg German Williams-Toyota 8
11 Kazuki Nakajima Japanese Williams-Toyota 7
12 David Coulthard British Red Bull-Renault 6
13 Timo Glock German Toyota 5
14 Sebastian Vettel German STR-Ferrari 5
15 Rubens Barrichello Brazilian Honda 5
16 Jenson Button British Honda 3
17 Nelsinho Piquet Brazilian Renault 2
18 Sebastien Bourdais French STR-Ferrari 2
19 Giancarlo Fisichella Italian Force India-Ferrari 0
20 Takuma Sato Japanese Super Aguri-Honda 0
21 Anthony Davidson British Super Aguri-Honda 0
22 Adrian Sutil German Force India-Ferrari 0

Note – Super Aguri withdrew from the championship after round four.

The Constructor Standings:

Pos Team Points
1 Ferrari 91
2 BMW Sauber 74
3 McLaren-Mercedes 58
4 Red Bull-Renault 24
5 Toyota 23
6 Williams-Toyota 15
7 Renault 12
8 Honda 8
9 STR-Ferrari 7
10 Force India-Ferrari 0
11 Super Aguri-Honda 0

Note – Super Aguri withdrew from the championship after round four.

Pos Driver Nationality Team Points
1 Robert Kubica Polish BMW Sauber 42
2 Lewis Hamilton British McLaren-Mercedes 38
3 Felipe Massa Brazilian Ferrari 38
4 Kimi Räikkönen Finnish Ferrari 35
5 Nick Heidfeld German BMW Sauber 28
6 Heikki Kovalainen Finnish McLaren-Mercedes 15
7 Mark Webber Australian Red Bull-Renault 15
8 Jarno Trulli Italian Toyota 12
9 Fernando Alonso Spanish Renault 9
10 Nico Rosberg German Williams-Toyota 8
11 Kazuki Nakajima Japanese Williams-Toyota 7
12 David Coulthard British Red Bull-Renault 6
13 Timo Glock German Toyota 5
14 Sebastian Vettel German STR-Ferrari 5
15 Rubens Barrichello Brazilian Honda 5
16 Jenson Button British Honda 3
17 Sebastien Bourdais French STR-Ferrari 2
18 Giancarlo Fisichella Italian Force India-Ferrari 0
19 Nelsinho Piquet Brazilian Renault 0
20 Takuma Sato Japanese Super Aguri-Honda 0
21 Anthony Davidson British Super Aguri-Honda 0
22 Adrian Sutil German Force India-Ferrari 0

Note – Super Aguri withdrew from the championship after round four.

Men’s Tennis Rankings

Posted: June 21, 2008 in Sports, Tennis

Men’s Top 10 Tennis Rankings as of June 16, 2008

Men’s Singles Rankings
RANK PLAYER COUNTRY MOVEMENT POINTS
1 Roger Federer Switzerland
0
6900.0
2 Rafael Nadal Spain
0
5755.0
3 Novak Djokovic Serbia & Montenegro
0
5360.0
4 Nikolay Davydenko Russia
0
3115.0
5 David Ferrer Spain
0
2905.0
6 Andy Roddick USA
0
2280.0
7 David Nalbandian Argentina
1
2100.0
8 James Blake USA
1
2015.0
9 Richard Gasquet France
1
1625.0
10 Stanislas Wawrinka Switzerland
1
1615.0

R> Dedicated Authors!

Posted: June 21, 2008 in Uncategorized

Hey guys!

I’m searching for new Authors, for the blog!
Those who are interested to be a part of this blog, just post a comment w/ your Name, email address and your YM or MSN!

Let’s make this blog a one heck of a good one!

Mr_PuFF