Your Questions About Tournament Mvp

Paul asks…

How do i write a college letter of interest to admissions?

what should i write about
give me a few topics

admin answers:




April 10, 2009

Ripon College
300 Seward Street
P.O. Box 248
Ripon, WI 54971-0248

Dear Coach Trudell :

My name is Audrey Hickman, and I am currently a high school sophomore. I have recently started researching colleges to further my education and the opportunity to take my skills to the collegiate level. I am very interested in Ripon College Women’s Soccer program. I am writing to introduce myself and express my interest in the program. I have enclosed an outline of my personal, academic and soccer information.

For my first two years of varsity soccer, as goalkeeper, I have received many honors including All-District 2nd team and MVP for my high school. I look forward to seeing what my Junior and Senior years as my expectations are high.

I have a profile on . You will find my upcoming events, camps, and tournaments that I will be attending over the course of the year.

I am very interested about playing soccer at Ripon College. It is one of my top choices. I hope to hear from you soon to discuss how I could be an asset to your team.

Yours in Goal,

Audrey Hickman

Minford High School

Mandy asks…

is Lampard the best midfielder in the world?

from 2001-2009 lampard has scored 121 ! is there any midfielder who scored more compared to the appearences. lampard is only 30 and he has another 4-6 years ahead of him.

admin answers:

For all of you liverpool fans…DON’T BE BIASED. Your right „true blue“ lampard is one of the best midfielder.certainly the best center midfield.

Lets compare shall we ?

(28 years old) Gerrard played for liverpool since 1997.scored 64 goals in 464 appearances

(30 years old) Lampard (chelsea only) played for chelsea in 2001 and made 386 appearances and scored 121 goals in all competition.

And ♥ NNENNA_L F C♥, you got to be kidding me! Alonso ? Mascherano ? Lucas ? Gerrard is the only one that knows how to kick a ball ! Look at chelsea for instance. Deco Ballack Lampard J.Cole Essien ! Lucas never scored a goal since 2007 for liverpool but deco just transfered from barcelona and already scoring 3 goals despite the thigh injury. Mascherano ? Only scored one goal in 43 apearances for liverpool (since 2007) and finally alonso 14 goals in 130 appearences !

Ballack:German Footballer of the Year: 2002, 2003, 2005
UEFA Club Midfielder of the Year: 2002
Selected in FIFA’s 100 Greatest Living Players
UEFA Euro 2008 Bronze Boot
Euro 2008 Team of the tournament
World Cup 2006 Team of the tournament

Essien:FIFA World Player of the Year – 22nd 2005, 22nd 2006, 15th 2007
Ballon d’Or – 22nd 2005, 27th 2006, 24th 2007
African Footballer of the Year – 3rd 2005, 3rd 2006, 2nd 2007
FIFPro World XI – Nomination 2007
2005 French Player of the Year
2006 BBC African Footballer of the Year – Winner
11th Best CAF African Player of All-Time
CAF’s Africa Top 50 Best Players of All-Time – Nomination
FIFA Player of the Game: 2006 FIFA World Cup Match Ghana vs. Czech Republic]
The Most Expensive Summer Transfer of 2005 [from Lyon to Chelsea]
The Most Expensive African Footballer of all-time [€38M]
FIFA All-Star Midfielder
BBC African player of the year for 2006/2007.
On the Cover of FIFA Magazine May 2006
2006 CAF African All-Star Midfielder
2006–2007 Chelsea F.C. Player of the Season
2006–2007 Chelsea F.C. Goal of the Season ( home v Arsenal, 10 Dec 06 )
Samsung Fair Play Award MTN AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS (Ghana 2008) Ghana vs Guinea
Man of the Match MTN AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS(Ghana 2008) Ghana vs Namibia
Man of the Match MTN AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS(Ghana 2008) Ghana vs Morocco
African XI Place to play

Deco:Premier League Player of the Month: August 2008
FIFA World Club Cup Golden Ball: 2006
UEFA Champions League MVP: 2004
UEFA Best Midfielder Award: 2004, 2006
European Silver Ball (Second position of the European Player of the Year Award): 2003/04
Portuguese Footballer of the Year: 2004
Portuguese Golden Ball: 2003

Lampard:FWA Player of the Year: 2005
FIFPro World XI: 2005
PFA Premier League Team of the Year: 2004, 2005, 2006
UEFA Club Midfielder of the Year: 2007-08
Chelsea Player of the Year: 2004, 2005


i didnt compare it to the other teams in the EPL or teams in the la liga or serie A or anything !

Next time all of you think before typing an answer 😉

David asks…

who is the most overrated player in the nba and why?

i think its gotta be dwayne wade because he is always injured and has no shot outside of 18 feet. i dont want answers like kobe bryant because he is a ballhog. or yao because he is only good because he is tall. dont answer unless you actually know something about basketball.

admin answers:

Err…. Kobe Bryant, hear me out! He is amazing and all but he has yet to even reach half of the accomplishment of the person who everyone compares him to, Michael Jordan, I hear constant debates on this site and it drives me nuts, MJ is the best ever (not stats, the Big O is there.) He had a great passion and Kobe Bryant I must remind you didn’t play when the Lakers were in the playoffs awhile ago when he got food poisoning, MJ in the finals I think in 96, don’t know entirely, showed up looking so pale and sick he shouldn’t have played, but then he scored above 30 points and won them the game and the series I thought. So MJ has more willpower at least and his reward list is staggering…

Five-time regular season Most Valuable Player, 1987-88, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1995-96, 1997-98.

Won three consecutive NBA Finals MVPs, twice, 1991-93 and 1996-98.

Second player to win seven straight scoring titles, 1986-87 to 1992-93 (Wilt Chamberlain, 1960-66).

Also won scoring titles in 1995-96, 1996-97 and 1997-98.

All-NBA first team seven straight years, 1987-93. Also 1996-1998.

All-Defense first team six straight years, 1988-93. Also 1996-1998.

NBA Defensive Player of the Year, 1988.

NBA Rookie of the Year, 1984-85.

NBA Slam Dunk Champion, 1987, 1988.

NBA All-Star Game MVP, 1988, 1996, 1998.

Sporting News College Player of the Year, 1983, 1984.

Sporting News All-America first team, 1983, 1984.



Bulls‘ all-time leading scorer and 3rd all-time leading scorer in NBA with 29,277 points.

Scored a playoff-record 63 points in a 1986 first-round game against Boston.

Set NBA record with 23 consecutive points against Atlanta in 1987.

3,041 points in 1986-87 were the third-highest total in NBA history.

Holds career record for highest-points per game average in regular season, 31.5.

Shares single-game record for most free throws made in one quarter, 14, 1989 at Utah (4th quarter), and 1992 at Miami (4th quarter).

Career record for scoring average in All-Star Game, 21.3 ppg.

Highest scoring average, NBA Finals, 41.0 against Phoenix, 1993.

Most points, six-game series, NBA Finals, 246 against Phoenix, 1993.

Most field goals, NBA Finals, 101 against Phoenix, 1993.

Holds career record for highest-points per game average in playoffs, 33.45

Holds NBA Finals single-game record for most points in one half, 35

Most scoring titles—10

Most NBA Finals MVP awards—6

Highest career scoring average—30.12

Highest career scoring average playoffs—33.45

Most consecutive games scoring in double figures—866

Highest single series scoring average NBA Finals—41.0 (1993)


Led Bulls to three straight World Championships, twice, 1990-91 to 1992-93 and 1995-96 to 1997-98.

Member of United States gold medal-winning Olympic teams in 1984, 1992.

Member of North Carolina national championship team, 1982.

Scored career-best 69 points against Cleveland, March 28, 1990.

Scored 50-or-more points 37 times

And here’s what Kobe has..

Gold Medal with Team USA, Tournament of Americas Olympic Qualifiers

1996 Naismith High School Player of the Year

1996 Gatorade Circle of Champions High School Player of the Year

1996 McDonald’s High School All-American

1996 USA Today All-USA First Team

1995 Adidas ABCD Camp Senior MVP

Named to the USA Today All-Time All-USA First Team in 2003.

USA Today and Parade Magazine’s 1996 National High School Player of the Year with a seasonal average of 30.8 points, 12.0 rebounds, 6.5 assists, 4.0 steals and 3.9 blocks per game.

Led Lower Merion High School to a 31-3 record, including 27 straight wins, and the PIAA Class AAAA state title as a senior (1996).

The all-time leading scorer in Southeastern Pennsylvania school history with 2,883 points.

3-time NBA Champion: 2000, 2001, 2002

2-time Scoring Champion: 2006, 2007

9-time NBA All-Star: 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 9 consecutive appearances (No All-Star game in 1999 due to league-wide lock-out)

2-time NBA All-Star Game MVP: 2002, 2007

9-time All-NBA Selection: First Team: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 Second Team: 2000, 2001 Third Team: 1999, 2005

7-time All-Defensive Selection:
First Team: 2000, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 Second Team: 2001, 2002

NBA All-Rookie Second Team: 1997

NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Champion: 1997

Second most points scored in a single game: 81

Thats pretty sad for someone even mentioned in the same breath as MJ. Half of those are sponsered events that don’t matter! Those 3 championships? Won by Shaq! And highschool awards don’t even count for this. I know I’ll get „Thumb’s Down“ on this answer but I don’t care, I rest my case for now.

Charles asks…

Did you feel bad for MVP while his arm was being stepped on by Drew McIntyre?

Though it was a good match.

admin answers:

Yeah it looked painful. But I feel more bad that he won’t be advancing in the tournament.

Chris asks…

How does this Kentucky team rank in all time NCAA basketball teams? 4 starters will be pros in first round?

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t even like Kentucky but you have to admit that they’re freaking scary

admin answers:

First, I think the Thursday night game against Cornell showed that they are still very young and inexperienced.

Second, let’s wait until they win the national championship to crown them. Lots of teams (can you say, „2009-2010 Kansas Jayhawks“) have had their automatic coronation derailed on the way to Indianapolis. (And, yes, I **am** a Kentucky Wildcat fan.)

Third, and most importantly, college brilliance and professional careers are two completely different things. Bobby Hurley was great at Duke, he was exceptionally mediocre in the pros. Christian Laettner, Duke’s all-time scoring leader at the time, was a teammate of Hurley’s and couldn’t even rise to the mediocre level. Then there’s national championship player and tournament MVP Miles Simon from Arizona — he played all of six years, all but two of those either overseas or in D league.

I think there’s great potential there; however, I don’t think the 2009-2010 Wildcat team can even rank in the top ten of all-time Kentucky Wildcat teams (look at the team with Louie Dampier, Dan Issel, and Pat Riley as starters, for instance), let alone all-time great NCAA teams.

And yes, I really **am** a Wildcat fan.

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