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Just a blog about sports from an unbiased point of view living in Hawaii.

Owner: sportsinthepacific

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Language: English

Tags: sports, basketball, soccer, football, college sports

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  • Taking a look at the 2010 World Cup Quarterfinal¬†matches.
    on Jun 30, 2010 in Soccer world-cup
    It all comes down to these 8 teams. The favorites, Brazil, Germany, Spain, and the Netherlands are still alive. The dark horse to win, Argentina, is playing football as good as any of the favorites. Ghana has become only the third African nation to r...
  • Where will King James create his legacy?
    on Jun 30, 2010 in NBA
    New York Knicks (15% chance of signing) Advantages: Being able to play in a big time market is a big thing for Lebron. It would also help in his quest to become a billionaire athlete, because of the market and the marketing possibilities. Also, playi...
  • Taking a look back at the NBA Draft.
    on Jun 28, 2010 in NBA
    The NBA Draft was held 4 days ago, and it’s time to look back at the top 5 picks, the ¬†5 best picks of the draft, and the 5 worst picks of the draft. The Top 5 Picks: 1. Washington Wizards – PG John Wall Possibly the only perennial all-s...
  • Does FIFA need to utilize the replay?
    on Jun 28, 2010 in Soccer
    After many crucial calls during this World Cup, many fans are calling for the use of  replays in game situations. Not only will it sort out many calls that have a huge influence on the game, it would also take huge pressure off of the refs, possibly...
  • Taking a Look at the Round of Sixteen.
    on Jun 27, 2010 in Soccer
    While the first day of the Round of 16 matches are finished, there are still 3 days left. The triumphs of the United States and South Korea have ended, but the fates of much more teams have yet to be decided. REVIEW: USA (1) – Ghana (2) All goo...
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