Los Angeles, CA, June 02, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Leigh-Davis is overcoming the odds in more places than one. First, Yuin University announced last month: Dr. Leigh-Davis made history by being the first female, and also, the first black person to be named Dean at Yuin University, where Dr. Leigh-Davis is a professor of law. Second, recently Associated Content and BlogTlakRadio rebroadcast Dr. Leigh-Davis' accurate NBA predictions. All the way back in April, Dr. Leigh-Davis was recorded on live radio and audio broadcasts, predicting the Los Angeles Lakers would battle the Phoenix Suns for the Western Conference trophy, and then, the Lakers would go on to battle archrivals, the Boston Celtics, in the finals. And that is exactly what happened.
Yuin University's Los Angeles campus is in close proximity to The Staples Center, which is home of the Lakers. Many of Yuin University's staff have been life long fans of the Lakers, and they travel to and from Laker games, directly from the Yuin University campus.
"Bringing the Nashty" is what Phoenix residents were screaming for Steve Nash, (that is when they weren't saying, "Los Suns." However, the Lakers dominated, and on Saturday, May 29, 2010 became the Western Conference Champions for a second year in a row. Hurray.
While others were unsure, or changed their predictions by the hour; Dr. Leigh-Davis stood by her prediction; did not waiver; and was absolutely right. Dr. Leigh-Davis was outspoken about her predictions, even when they didn’t look possible, and she spoke explicitly about her NBA predictions on May 5, 2010 at 10:00 p.m. Pacific Time, on her weekly radio show "The Real Deal" on Blog Talk Radio. Not wavering from her predictions, Dr. Leigh-Davis continued her explicit NBA forecasts when she was hired by Associated Content to do a commentary podcast on the NBA entitled "If LeBron Gets an Attitude Adjustment, and the Two Supermans Are Not Kryptonized; The NBA Semifinals Could Flip." Now, all of Dr. Leigh-Davis’ predictions have come true.
“Of course I am still rooting for the Lakers. 2008 was an anomaly, (at least in my mind,)” joked Dr. Leigh-Davis, who went on to add, “Truthfully, history shows the Lakers always have a tough battle when meeting Boston in the finals. But remember, unlike in 2008, we have Andrew Bynum.”