TOP 10 OF EVERYTHING 2009: ANYTHING NBA


Top 10 MOST POINTS IN A SINGLE NBA GAME*

1. Wilt Chamberlain (Philadephia Warriors)
Philadephia Warriors vs. New York Knicks
2 March 1962
100 points 

2. Kobe Bryant (Los Angeles Lakers)
Los Angeles Lakers vs. Toronto Raptors
22 January 2006
81 points 

3. Wilt Chamberlain (Philadephia Warriors)
Philadephia Warriors vs. Los Angeles Lakers
8 December 1961
78 points 

4. =Wilt Chamberlain (Philadephia Warriors)
Philadephia Warriors vs. Chicago Packers
13 January 1962
73 points 

=Wilt Chamberlain (San Francisco Warriors)
San Francisco Warriors vs. New York Knicks
16 November 1962
73 points 

=David Thompson (Denver Nuggets)
Denver Nuggets vs. Detroit Pistons
9 April 1978
73 points 

7. Wilt Chamberlain (San Francisco Warriors)
San Francisco Warriors vs. Los Angeles Lakers
3 November 1962
72 points 

8. =David Robinson (San Antonio Spurs)
San Antonio Spurs vs. Los Angeles Clippers
24 April 1994
71 points 

=Elgin Baylor (Los Angeles Lakers)
Los Angeles Lakers vs. New York Knicks
15 November 1960
71 points 

10. Wilt Chamberlain (San Francisco Warriors)
San Francisco Warriors vs. Syracuse Nationals
10 March 1963
70 points 

* As of the end of the 2006-07 season # including three periods of overtime 

Top 10 MOST GAMES PLAYED IN THE NBA*
 
1.   Robert Parish (1976-97) – 1,611 games
2.   Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1969-89) – 1,560 games
3.   John Stockton (1984-2003) – 1,504 games
4.   Karl Malone (1985-2004) – 1,476 games
5.   Kevin Willis (1984-2007) – 1,424 games
6.   Reggie Miller (1987-2005) – 1,389 games
7.   Clifford Robinson (1989-2007) – 1,380 games
8.   Gary Payton (1990-2007) – 1,335 games
9.   Moses Malone (1979-95) – 1,329 games
10. Buck Williams (1981-99) – 1,307 games  

 


Top 10 ALL-TIME CAREER SCORING LEADERS IN THE NBA
 
1.   Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1969-89) 1,560 games – 38,387 points

2.   Karl Malone (1985-2004) – 1,476 games – 36,928 points
3.   Michael Jordan (1984-2003) – 1, 072 games – 32,292 points
4.   Wilt Chamberlain (1959-73) – 1,045 games – 27,408 points
5.   Moses Malone (1976-95) – 1,329 games – 27,409 points
6.   Elvin Hayes (1968-84) – 1,303 games – 27,313 points
7.   Hakeem Olajuwon (1984-2002) – 1,238 games – 26,946 points
8.   Oscar Robertson (1960-74) – 1,040 games – 26,710 points
9.   Dominique Wilkins (1982-99) – 1,074 games – 26,668 points
10. John Havlicek (1962-78) – 1,270 games – 26,395 points
* As at the end of 2006-07 season
Source: NBA  
 

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A Happy Resignation


I’m happy to say that finally I have resigned from Molave Internet Solutions last April 17, 2009. I have been there as a Creative Writer – Web Marketing Assistant for almost 3 years. It was a right decision made by me.
I just felt sad that I had to leave friends there.
I’ll be missing them but it’s okay because I’ll be seeing them during our badminton session every Saturday.

A week before I resigned while doing my resignation letter, I saw this and it really made me laugh:



Funny right?

Fortunately, I already got a new job as a Directory Listing Associate in an outsourcing company in Eastwood Libis. Great blessing for me! I’ll be starting on May 5.
I have attended our orientation and met my new office mates. One important thing assured to us by the company – a fun and healthy workplace that we will enjoy.

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AnQuiMa: Drowning, Dying & Moving On



‘s pen is bleeding…


DROWNING, DYING & MOVING ON

I’m drowning in pain,
It hurts too much that I could not explain.
I’m drowning in tears,
After loving you all this years.

I’m dying inside,
That I could not hide.
I’m here all alone, dying
All through the night I’m crying.

I’m moving on, I’ll try
But still asking myself why.
Why am I moving on with your goodbye?
When I still don’t want our love to die.


the poet
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