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INTRODUCING 6 SANTA SPORTS MOJO CHRISTMAS GREETING CARD DESIGNS!

Introducing Santa Sports Mojo Christmas Greeting Cards from Play Strong® Sports! Check‘em out! Play Strong® the leading sports greeting card brand for players, coaches and fans announced the launch of it’s Christmas sports greeting cards series “Holiday Mojo”. These fun and expressive sports themed holiday cards (seven designs) are perfect for the sports-lover and include original SOCCER (“Missile-Toe”), BASKETBALL (“The Stocking Stuffer”), BASEBALL (“The Snow Cone”), HOCKEY(“Checking It Twice”), FOOTBALL (“The Holiday Rush”) and LACROSSE (“The Nucracker”) original illustrations and designs. Click Here to visit the Official Play Strong® Store or at the Amazon Play Strong® Store. This Holiday Season, Play Strong® and unleash your inner sports mojo!

[ Play Strong® Sports is the exciting sports lifestyle brand dedicated to having fun and changing the world. Our signature products are our Sports Powercards™ incredibly cool and encouraging sports greeting, note, thank you, thanks coach and birthday cards featuring over 20 sports including basketball, soccer, tennis, swimming, water polo, field hockey, football, baseball, lacrosse and hockey! Check us out at PlayStrongStore.com and on Amazon.com]

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Phil Jackson; Hoops Zen Master Guru, Back to Lakers?

Phil_Jackson_LakersLOS ANGELES – Kobe Bryant still hasn’t gotten over the way his final season under then-Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson ended in a second-round sweep from the playoffs.

Bryant wants a chance to make up for it this season. He fully endorsed Jackson to fill the Lakers’ coaching vacancy caused by Mike Brown’s dismissal, following L.A.’s dominant 101-77 win over the Golden State Warriors on Friday.

“Phil, obviously, you guys know how I feel about Phil,” Bryant said. “The one thing that’s kind of always bothered me is that his last year, I wasn’t able to give him my normal self because I was playing on one leg. That’s always kind of eaten away at me that the last year of his career, I wasn’t able to give him everything I had.” (Click to read the entire article by Dave McMenamin at ESPN.com)