Archive for February, 2015

R.I.P. Anthony Mason

Posted in 1 on February 28, 2015 by bobbybounce

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#Queens #NYCLegend #RIP

Action Bronson – Actin Crazy

Posted in 1 on February 28, 2015 by bobbybounce

Mr. Wonderful impacts on March 24th. Here’s the new visual for “Actin Crazy”, produced by Noah “40″ Shebib.

Sean Falyon – Truffle Butter (BeEverywhere Remix)

Posted in 1 on February 28, 2015 by bobbybounce

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Sean Falyon takes on Nicki Minaj’s “Truffle Butter” for his latest #BeEverywhere Remix.

Chris Rivers ft. Whispers – The Statement 2.0

Posted in 1 on February 28, 2015 by bobbybounce

Wonderland of Misery 2 mixtape,Out now!

REST IN POWER MR SPOCK..

Posted in 1 on February 28, 2015 by bobbybounce

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‪#‎leonardnimoy #RIP

Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim on Roosevelt Bouie mixup, Trevor Cooney’s playing time and those missed calls

Posted in 1 on February 25, 2015 by bobbybounce

17080609-mmmainSyracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim was in a particularly feisty mood during his weekly conversation with radio host Brent Axe. Boeheim joined Axe’s On the Block show on ESPN Radio 97.7 FM on Monday. During Boeheim’s 9-minute segment, the SU coach seemed upset at the criticism the university received for botching the jersey retirement ceremony for former SU star Roosevelt Bouie during Saturday’s game against Pittsburgh. Boeheim also debunked the idea that struggling guard Trevor Cooney is getting too much playing time. And he also said that two calls late in SU’s loss to Pittsburgh on Saturday were so obvious that he doesn’t need to comment on them. On the subject of Bouie’s jersey retirement, Boeheim said it was “unfortunate” that Bouie’s name was misspelled on the framed commemorative jersey that he was given during the halftime ceremony. Bouie’s name was spelled “Bowie” on the jersey.

Syracuse basketball 2014-15: Orange vs. PittsburghRoosevelt Bouie holds his jersey next to Syracuse athletic director Daryl Gross. Bouie’s name was spelled Bowie on the jersey.

“The jersey that was hung in the rafters, the spelling was right and that to me is the most important thing,” Boeheim said. “The other (jersey) was an innocent mistake. People do make (mistakes). It happens. It’s just unfortunate, but it’s not something that needs to be blasted around the country. It’s not like somebody died.” Axe noted that it was “a pretty big mistake.” Boeheim replied, “I guess you never make any.” Axe said he makes mistakes every day, to which Boeheim said, “Well, it seems like people don’t.” Then Boeheim said, “Roosevelt Bouie’s fine with it. You know why? Because he’s a classy guy and he’s not going to be offended by someone’s innocent mistake.” Cooney’s playing time Boeheim also commented on Cooney, who had been struggling prior to the Pitt game, but on Saturday went 0-for-5 while playing despite a back injury. Reserves B.J. Johnson and Ron Patterson scored, 11 and nine points, respectively. But Boeheim noted that despite his struggles Cooney is still shooting the ball much better from 3-point range (33 percent) than either Johnson (27 percent) or Patterson (18 percent). “They haven’t been able to make shots all year (and) we’re close to 30 games,” Boeheim said of Johnson and Patterson. “We haven’t been able to get any shots made from Ronnie until the one shot in this game and B.J. at Boston College made some. You’ve got to look at the facts. They’re both shooting about 20 percent from the 3-point line. The percentages say that it’s going to be difficult for them to shoot well, but we’re certainly going to give them an opportunity and we would like them to shoot well and hope that they can, but as a coach, you don’t feel confident that they’re going to be able to. But we’re certainly going to give them the opportunity in these remaining games to get some shots up. “The problem that we have is; and I know some people, including you, have said ‘Trevor Cooney’s playing too much.’ The percentages don’t say that. The percentages say he should be playing. He is our second-best 3-point shooter and he’s made the most 3-point shots in the ACC this year. So to take him out of the game to put somebody in shooting 16 percent, to me doesn’t make sense.” The Pittsburgh calls In the final minute of Syracuse’s 65-61 loss to Pittsburgh on Saturday, two highly-disputed calls both went against the Orange. Syracuse center Rakeem Christmas was called for an illegal screen with 36 seconds left and the Orange behind by one point. “I think everybody knows what happened,” Boeheim said. “It’s pretty obvious. I don’t have to say anything. If you saw the game, everybody can determine there wasn’t an illegal screen called the entire game. We set 100 screens and they set 100 screens, so to have one called at the end is unusual to say the least. Thirty feet from the basket.” Syracuse trailed 63-61 with 19 seconds left and went to a fullcourt press. Pittsburgh guard James Robinson appeared to commit a traveling violation, but no call was made. “Those calls were obvious,” Boeheim said. “I don’t have to say anything about them. They’re there for everybody to see.”  #SyracuseFanSays   You’re wrong JIM, this is a big deal.  All those pictures of Bouie holding his jersey over his head at center court cannot be retaken.  Rosie’s bailing you and SU out by taking the high road.  YOu should have the balls to admit you and SU screwed up and apologize for it. #EpicFail

Brown Bag AllStars – 406 (Fat Beats Tribute) prod. by The Audible Doctor ( FlashBack )

Posted in 1 on February 24, 2015 by bobbybounce

   #Classic #Epic #DopeSpot #FatBeats #NYC #DJs #Salute #Respect #Wax #Vinyl #Records #HipHop #RIP #Memories #GoodTimes #GoodVibes