All Star Weekend 2010

ALL STAR WEEKEND - 2010February 12, 13, and 14 would be the All Star Weekend is. Once again your favorite superstars of the NBA would once again be seen together with other superstars from various teams.

The eastern conference with will be started by Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic on the center, Kevin Garnett of the Boston Celtics on the Power Forward, LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers on the Small Forward, Dwayne Wade of the Miami Heat on the Shooting Guard and Allen Iverson of the Philadelphia 76ers on the Point Guard.

The western Conference will be started by Amare Stoudemire of the Phoenix on the Center as well as his team mate Steve Nash on the Point Guard position, Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs would still be the long time West's Power Forward, Carmelo Anthony of the Denver Nuggets on the Small Forward and the last year's MVP still on the shooting guard from Los Angeles Lakers, Kobie Bryant. READ MORE


PACQUIAO VS CLOTTEY - The replacement match as they said, Pacquiao vs Mayweather was off because of conflicts and disagreements. unprofessional ism on the part of Mayweather:

“They are just trying to get under Manny’s skin,” Arum told of Mayweather’s camp. “It serves no purpose to aggravate Manny Pacquiao.

“This is beyond stupid. We are not negotiating with these punks anymore.”

So as a replacement for Mayweather, Joshua Clottey is the one that was picked but also deserves the shot on the title because of his good record on the ring. READ FULL STORY...


PACQUIAO VS MAYWEATHER - According to Bob Arum, the main things have been agreed to," Pacquiao's trainer, Freddie Roach, said in an exclusive telephone interview this morning from England, where he is training Amir Khan to defend his light-welterweight title Saturday night.

A source close to the negotiations says the most likely venues for the fight are Las Vegas or Cowboys Stadium. The purse — which could generate $150 million in pay-per-view revenue — will be split 50-50 between the fighters, according to the source, who adds that there will be a 147-pound weight limit.

"One hundred and forty seven is ok with us," said Roach, "but we're still working on some of the other stuff like the gloves. I'm sure (Mayweather) wants 10-ounce gloves. We want eight ounces. But Bob told me he'll take care of all that."

On Tuesday, Arum left Las Vegas to the Philippines to present Pacquiao with prospective terms from Mayweather's camp and Golden Boy, Oscar De La Hoya's company, which is acting as Mayweather's promoter. They did not meet until Thursday afternoon. When the meeting was concluded, Pacquiao called his trainer for approval.

"I thought they might want more time to promote the fight," said Roach, "but I like it when Manny is busy."

The March 13 date is just four months after the Cotto fight — a shorter period of time than the six months after Pacquiao defeated Ricky Hatton. But Pacquiao advisor Michael Koncz said it will be enough time for Pacquiao to get back in shape.

"Nobody knows his body better than Manny," he said. "If Manny feels that that's plenty of time to rest and recover, then you know, he has to do what he feels is right."

He said Pacquiao "cannot train for more than seven weeks." ... Read Full Story...