Posted by GameSetMatch on February 25th, 2013
Scratch card games are becoming one of the more popularly played games at an online casino. They feature a wide variety of themes on which the game is based. Often the theme of the scratch card can attract certain players that have an interest in it. Take for instance the scratch card game, Slam Funk. Primarily based on a basketball theme, many basketball fans have been drawn to this particular scratch card.
Slam Funk is unique in that it also blends some disco elements into the game. This unlikely pairing has created one of the most exciting scratch card games. The panels of the scratch card feature various basketball players. Their attire as well as their hairstyles are reminiscent of the disco era. Rather than holding a basketball, one of the basketball players is holding a disco ball. One of the characters included is that of a cheerleader.
The wagers for the Slam Dunk Scratch card game are rather varied. They can be as low as $0.50 cents or as much as $10. Players can select the wager they want prior to scratching off the card. They may even opt to change their wager between games. The game has different payout multipliers. The lowest would be 1x and the maximum 250x. In between there are multipliers of 2x, 4x, 10x and 50x. Players making the top wager of $10 could win $2500 win the 250x multiplier is triggered. This would be the maximum amount that can be won per game, try and go for it at www.androidcasino.ca.
The game moves along at a rapid pace which can be a plus for some players who like to get in as much play time as feasible. Players may also opt for the reveal all button. This will uncover all of the Slam Funk Scratch Card’s panels at once. This can also save time from scratching each one off individually.
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Posted by Decker on August 27th, 2012
The Heat are the best team in the Southeast. See the Midwest blog for details.
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Posted by thethreelions on June 28th, 2012
The 2012 NBA draft tonight has extra pressure on Michael Jordan the and the Charlotte Bobcats. First, the Bobcats have a little over eight hours to decide if they want to shop that #2 pick for other options, which might not be a bad idea for a team whose issues wouldn’t be solved by one single player. For a team that sports the worst record (7-59) and win percentage (.106) of any team in NBA history, a little more effort should be going into re-hauling a squad whose best player right now is Michael Jordan at age 49, with Kemba Walker in a distant second. Michael Jordan, who is arguably the best player in NBA history, needs to show a little more urgency in turning this franchise around, because so far he has showed terrible qualities and decision making as an exec. in the NBA. Jordan has been sitting in that office for the last few years (including his time with the Wizards) thinking his infamous MJ logo was going to magically do work, like it did in Chicago. Not only is their roster dismal, it doesn’t even show hope for the future. At least when the Supersonics went 20-62 in 2008, they had Durant and knew the future was bright, just not in Seattle itself. This draft is Jordan and the rest of the franchise’s chance to make strategic moves for the team, and with a class that doesn’t represent beyond exceptional talent outside that of Anthony Davis, and with so many teams looking to grab that #2, the Bobcats should look for a smart trade that can help rebuild to make a stronger roster, instead of selecting someone like Thomas Robinson or Harrison Barnes who would only really slightly bandage a much larger problem. And if this next season doesn’t show a positive direction, Jordan needs to step aside, at least of being head of basketball operations, because he isn’t doing much good for the team besides providing the building with the only 6 championship rings it will ever see.
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Posted by thethreelions on June 27th, 2012
Tuesday marked a historic moment in college football after it was voted that a 4-team playoff would be put into place. But while a solution has seemed to be found after over a half a century of debate as to college football going to a playoff format, more questions come from this one answer. While a playoff system was what most people wanted, is a 4-team playoff substantial enough to prove who the champion is, and the issue of who is going is still a huge issue. Do they take the top four conference champions? Which would leave a team like the 2011 National Champion Alabama team out of the playoff. Do they take the top four teams in the BCS standings? Because that still leaves debate as to whether who really belongs and still leaves room for bias decisions on to who goes. A 4-team playoff is definitely a step in the right direction, but wouldn’t it be a lot more beneficial to have an 8-team system, this gives a chance for other strong teams to compete for the title, and helps in providing less debate as to who should go (though there will always be some no matter what). No matter what sport, and on what level, a play-off system captivates all fan bases. With more teams represented in the playoff system, there will be more great quality games played. Everyone knows the BCS Bowl system has become some what of a joke, and the number of great games we witness each season seems to be dwindling (outside of the SEC), so with 8 teams, we get to see the best 8 teams battle it out, 4 teams still represents a bias system, but 8 gives some teams like the Boise State’s and the TCU’s of the college football world the chance to prove what they have, and we can all hear less about the “should of’s” from these schools. The playoff is a step in the right direction, but one that’s well over due, and one that we should look to grow upon for the future.
Tags: ACC, Alabama, Big Ten, Boise State, College Football, National Championship, Pac-12, Rose Bowl, SEC, TCU
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Posted by kirsch17 on June 11th, 2012
Mike Knuble, the 39-year-old forward for the Washington Capitals, was told via phone call from Capitals General Manager George McPhee that the Caps will not resign him for the 2012-2013 season. Knuble has played for the Caps for three straight seasons still wants to lace up the skates come October next season. Where he will be the only question running through his mind come July 1 when he becomes a UFA. Knuble has played for the Detroit Red Wings, New York Rangers, Boston Bruins, Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals throughout his 15 year NHL career. Many people say he will return to Philly to play for the Flyers and help bring veteran presence in the locker room. But ultimately no one knows what will happen come July 1st. Especially after Knuble is coming off of his worst year in his career having just 18 points (six goals and 12 assists) through 72 games.
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Posted by GameSetMatch on August 24th, 2010
Vince Young and the Tennessee Titans looked like they are ready for the upcoming NFL season. Last night they took on the Arizona Cardinals in a Monday Night pre-season match-up. Vince Young played the first four series for the Titans, going 9 for 13 for 128 yards with no interceptions. Young, who also ran for 10 yards, led his team to a field goal and a TD on his final two drives. Vince looked very poised and calm during the game and if he plays like that during the season, he can take the Titans to new heights.
In other news Titans CB Pete Ittersagen suffered a concussion on the team’s second punt of the game. He laid on the field for a few minutes before walking off. In all the Titans had a played a good game and they improved from their first pre-season game. If the improvement continues, then the Titans will be a team to look out for this season.
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Posted by Decker on May 26th, 2010
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Posted by Decker on May 19th, 2010
Even as a 76ers fan, I cannot help but try to figure out what the Charlotte Bobcats are doing. Look at the progression the Bobcats have made in the past few years. Now look at the progression the Thunder have made in the past few years. It is light and day, and the reasoning behind it is the fact that Oklahoma City has a plan, and the Bobcats do not. When they became and NBA franchise, they attempted to build around Emeka Okafor. Years later, all they have to show for it is a watered-down Tyson Chandler. At least they were able to replace him with Brook Lopez…actually never mind, they drafted D.J. Augustin instead.
A real gem was drafting Brandon Wright, only to trade him for Jason Richardson. Then Richardson was traded for Boris Diaw and Raja Bell. Bell is no longer with the team. Other acquisitions such as Tyrus Thomas haven’t really done anything for this team. This team has reached its ceiling, and that ceiling is an exit in the first round of the playoffs. Instead of drafting North Carolina natives and drafting players to trade them for veterans, actually having a plan to build towards success would be a good idea for this team. Michael Jordan’s days as a team manager so far looks to be like Sam Bowie’s days on the court, if you get the reference.
by David at the Sports Fan Blog Network
Tags: Bobcats, drafting, Michael Jordan
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Posted by GameSetMatch on April 23rd, 2010
The Carolina Panthers should have options aplenty tonight as they join the NFL draft after sitting out Round 1.
They held onto their 2011 first-round pick and are expected to do so again today, which would end a two-year stretch of trading away a future first-rounder.
Carolina’s long wait is now over as they’ll be closely watching tonight as the picks ahead of them come off the board.
The Panthers are situated at the midpoint of the second round, No. 48 overall, and would prefer to land a defensive lineman or wide receiver, but also could opt for a cornerback.
Based on pre-draft projections, nothing much happened in the first round to detract from players who were expected to be available when the draft resumes tonight.
There continues to be a good chance Carolina can come away with a defensive lineman, especially a tackle, or a wide receiver since those are perhaps the two deepest positions in the draft.
Click here to read the full article – By Charles Chandler of http://www.heraldonline.com
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