I’m servin’ this track like, Steffi Graf, yeah Roger Federer there’s no competitors-Lil Wayne

Another intriguing week in sports has officially went in the record books. With epic moments occurring left and right in which you just had to be glued to the TV to experience it, The Source Sports own Omari White was able to pay attention to all the randomness that happened over the past couple of days. Here’s his point of view of the most talked about sports events of this past week.

 

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1. Games 3 & 4 of The Eastern Conference Semifinals (Chicago Bulls vs. Cleveland Cavaliers)

As expected, nothing but outstanding intense playoff play at it’s best. Derrick Rose is slowly coming into his own as he is showing fans that the good gospel according to Yeezus wasn’t lying when he shouted out the former NBA MVP in the hit Chief Keef song “Don’t Like Remix. His game winning bank shot to help Chicago steal Game 3 almost brought tears out of my eyes. The defining moment was a message to fans to remind them that he’s still here and is still capable to be clutch for his hometown squad. The dope thing about that is it came at the right time for the Simeon HS legend. Bron Bron was able to pull a “anything you can do, I could do better” moment in the closing seconds in Game 4 as he’s able to help the Cavs return to Cleveland with the series tied and home-court advantage. But let’s be real though folks, if it wasn’t for the refs utilizing the dumb and unfair film review protocols, that shot wouldn’t exist. Give the referees a huge bonehead of the week nod for reviewing the wrong play. They let Cavs head coach David Blatt pull a Chris Webber no-timeout national championship move and got away with it. Get it together!