Adam Hill's San Jose Sharks Fan Profile
A sports Fanatic who loves rivalries and intense moments. I watch sports for the most thrilling moments!
Who am I?
I am Adam Hill, graduate of Valley Christian High School in San Jose, California. Former student/athlete there and very proud of the school.
From school I chose to enlist in the military and now I am based in Washington. Upon completion here in washington, I plan on moving back home to San Jose, California. My hometown is Hollister, CA.
I love Sports and was a sports photographer for the High school newspaper as well as the sports writer and sports editor. I was the co-voice on a high school sports radio station as well as a co-host on our high school sports talk show, and last but not least the voice of the warriors whenever the sporting events were shown so folks were able to watch from home.
As you can tell, I love my sports and most of all I love football and baseball and basketball. I am a huge Lebron fan, and most likely will be reading alot about him and comparison to other players, but I also love the Giants and Niners, and dislike the raiders.
Sundays are amazing. Church early mornings before football begins in the fall, all day long, monday nights, nothing like relaxation watching the grid iron game. Nothing like watching a little on court action during the winter and of coarse a little Giant-Dodger rivalry in the spring and summer.
Competition is amazing and it thrills me. Email me if you have any questions or would like to know any information about me or my stories. email@example.com
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Little League World Series: No Longer ‘The Bronx Bombers’ its now Chula Vista Bombers!
By Adam Hill
51 Home runs in 10 games! I think that is all I need to say. Anybody who understand baseball, knows that 51 home runs is not normal for anybody to hit in only 10 games. I saw the stat comparison with the San Diego Padres, and it has taken them 60 games to hit that many home runs, if that puts it into comparison for those who are unfamiliar with baseball.
75mph, equivalent to a 98mph fastball in the major leagues is not normal for a 13 year old kid. 300ft homers are not normal for a 12 year old kid. 6ft, 212lb and size 14 shoe is not normal for a 12 year old kid. Chula Vista has all of these.
Little League World Series: Already Picking the Two Finalists After Just One Game!? (2009)By Adam Hill
Just earlier today we saw the second day of the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa, with the rest of the teams playing their first game for those who did not get a game in on Opening Day.
The night was lit up by home runs in the West vs Great Lakes night game. Chula Vista, Ca had rumors of power hitters, but tonight was enough proof for anybody to start talking about the West. 6’ 212lb 13 year old, Luke Ramirez, turned plenty of heads with his major league type swing and power. He blasted two monster home runs against Great Lakes to lead his team to victory.
Are People Really Arguing Lebron James Is Not King? BLASPHEMY!
By Adam Hill
Yeah, let’s get one thing straight, Lebron James was dunked on by Xavier’s, Jordan Crawford, but are you really going to use that to say Lebron James is not King?First and foremost, until you show me a player who cannot ever be dunked on, that video is irrelevant, not to mention real blurry and hard to see who is who and what really happened. The most common responses for the best basketball players are Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and Lebron James and right fully so.
If you do not remember, you definitely have seen replays and highlights of Air Jordan’s career and his famous game winning shots. How can you not have seen the highlights, if not the real game, against the Jazz, Game 6 in 1998 when MJ had less than 10 seconds and gives Brian Russell, of the Jazz, a bit of a shove (which is a whole different argument in itself) to win his 6th championship in 6 NBA Finals appearances all within 8 years! Miraculous would a bit of an understatement. Here is a list of some of his accomplishments. Michael Jordan-6 Championships in 8 years (only 6 Finals Appearances)-6 MVP’s-9 times a member of All Defensive Team-10 NBA scoring titles (7 of which were in consecutive years)-41 point average in the 1993 NBA finals (still stands as a record)-63 points against Boston in 1986 (most points ever in a playoff game)-Member of the original dream team coached under Bob Knight in 1984.