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Linsanity Lose Shine

by games at23/11/2012 12:23 comments 0  

People who love basket ball, and follow NBA games, will know Linsanity, Jeremy Lin, since he traded to Huston Rockets, so far he did not perform well, and would be getting even worse.<br /><br />Many think he just not have the ability and skills in first place, some would argue he is still recover from the knee operation.<br /><br />I think we need to understand that, Jeremy is a point guard and very good one. He need to handle the ball, and read the game, and decide how to play the game. you can not ask him to find spot and waiting the pass then shoot, that is not his position. for game strategy that may be can work some times but not always.<br /><br />If without the team trust, coach realize and let him to handle the ball and organize the whole game, he would be not back to his peak performance and team would not win the games. Harden is good player and super star, but he is not a point guard, he is not the game reader and organizer, as long as Rockets not recognize this simple matter, they would not success, Just waste another super Star Jeremy Lin.<br /><br />Lin will be shine again, just in waiting of right coach, right time and right place.

Michael Louey a True Champion

by culture at13/06/2012 11:17 comments 0  

Michael Louey is a table tennis champion in Australia . He and 2 team mates are competing in the seventh Asia Pacific Deaf games in Seoul, South Korea. His team came 5th out of 10 countries. It is a great result and great achievement for him, his team mates and Australia.<br /><br />Michael Louey was born in Portland, Victoria. He lived in Melbourne most of his life before moving to Canberra in 2007 to work in the government sector.<br /><br />As a student, Michael went to a mainstream school with a hearing unit. Being Deaf, he faced challenges in communicating and accessing language in his schooling. However, he found his niche in the sports arena which greatly boosted his confidence. As a child, Michael loved various sports including Aussie Rules football, soccer, badminton and basketball. Of all the sports he played, he enjoyed football the most.<br /><br />Michael started playing table tennis at the age of 15 at school. In 1991 he first joined a hearing club at the Croydon & District Table Tennis Association. He developed his skills in table tennis by watching top players playing in “A” grade competitions and watching videos on the sport. Even today, Michael has only had a few coaching lessons.<br /><br />Michael chose table tennis as his main sport because he thought it was fun, exciting and a challenging game that kept him fit. Table tennis is also a game he feels he can continue playing for as long as he wants. He claims table tennis can become a life-long sport and is proud to specialise in it.<br /><br />Michael has a note of encouragement for aspiring Deaf athletes out there in the Deaf community.<br /><br />“I would encourage many young Deaf athletes to join table tennis or participate in a sport. Deaf sports players can make a positive impact on future Deaf athletes by being good role models. Representing Australia is a dream come true.”<br /><br /><br />

Binary Domain

by culture at20/05/2012 08:19 comments 0  

Binary Domain is an original squad-based shooter by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the creator behind some of SEGA’s most well-known video game franchises, including the critically acclaimed Yakuza series. Binary Domain puts players in the middle of a fast paced and intense battle for humanity in a robot-invaded 2080 Tokyo. Fighting through the derelict lower levels of the city, players control an international peace-keeping squad that soon starts to question their surroundings and the choices they make. Are the robots becoming more human, or are humans becoming more like machines?