This is the sequel to Ray Lewis | RIS E. The long awaited video has arrived. Ray Lewis returned to the Ravens for the playoffs and led his team to victory in Super Bowl 47. His last play as a Baltimore Raven was a 4th down stop by the Raven Defense in the red zone to seal the win. Fitting, for arguably the greatest defensive player to put on pads. This video isn’t so much a highlight reel, but describes the bitter-sweet feelings of Ravens fans toward his retirement. The Legend as a current football player ends, but the legacy will stand the test of time. Thank you Ray Lewis for all the great years of watching you play. Enjoy your retirement. DISCLAIMER: All footage used belongs to CBS, the NFL, WJZ Baltimore, and the Baltimore Ravens. All audio belongs to Hans Zimmer and Warner Brothers. It was made for entertainment purposes only. This is my last video for a long time.
lyrics: Sometimes I feel I’m going nowhere I’m moving but I just can’t find my way Surrounded by a million faces They all say, they’re my best friends Take another drink to hide the sorrow But come the morning, nothing’s changed The concrete skies are rushing by me And this road, it’s getting old I don’t wanna wait until it’s over I don’t wanna wait until it’s gone I can’t wait until tomorrow Cause I been waiting for so long So baby I’m coming home, oh oh Baby I’m coming home Heard the radio play your favourite song Made me think of everything we used to do There’s so much we used to talk about And now I can’t, even when I say I miss you, no I don’t wanna wait until it’s over I don’t wanna wait until it’s gone I can’t wait until tomorrow, no Cause I been waiting for so long So baby I’m coming home, oh oh Baby I’m coming home So turn around, just turn around I don’t wanna wait until it’s over I don’t wanna wait until it’s gone, oh no I can’t wait until tomorrow Cause I been waiting for so long So baby I’m coming home, oh oh Baby I’m coming home Baby I’m coming home, oh oh Baby I’m coming home…
As it says the Opening and Ending to the awesome anime Tora-Dora I do not claim the rights to this anime. This is here to help support the Anime Creators and Subbers so please enjoy.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Serge Ibaka stood right up to Dirk Nowitzki, stretching his seven-foot-four wingspan to make the view of the basket as tough as possible. And it hardly mattered. Wherever he went, whoever he was up against, Nowitzki either nailed a shot or made his way to the foul line. He hit 10 of his first 11 shots from the field and an NBA playoff-record 24 straight free throws on the way to 48 points, leading the Dallas Mavericks to a 121-112 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals on Tuesday night. “I thought Dirk was pretty good tonight,” Thunder coach Scott Brooks said, laughing. “I thought we defended him as close as we can — obviously, too close.”
Video Rating: 5 / 5