This year’s Euro Basket Championship proved to be as exciting in its unpredictability and creativity. And it provided as much entertainment and joy for fans across the globe. To the organizers and players, cheers. Thanks for the great memories.
This year’s season is an extension of last year’s troubled COVID games. The campaign will be decided once again by injuries, and how the COVID pandemic affects the playoffs.
All things considered, the season-opening games have demonstrated how complex the league will look in the months ahead. Both faves – the Lakers and the Nets – were shot down right at the starting gates. Other favorites – the Bucks and the Suns – were just as easily ambushed. The season will be a long unpredictable one, with health becoming the biggest factor.
This early, cage fans are already eager to see a clash of titans between the LA Lakers and the Brooklyn Nets. It will be a first time ever for a championship to be as loaded as this. This will be an all-out All-Star selection played in a non-All-Star weekend. What can get better than that? At center stage: Lebron against KD. Then there’s Westbrook meets Harden. Who will the Lakers match-up against Kyrie? Who’s to match-up against the Lakers’ AD?
For his loyalty, his single-mindedness, his strong belief that he could overcome all adversities, and his dedication to the trade, he is now on top of the world. Hail to the new King of the Cage Kingdom!
The Bucks are now just a game away from the NBA crown. The crucial Game 6 will be held in their home arena at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee. The momentum has changed hands now. It is now with the Bucks, as they gallop toward the finish line. Which team will respond with a greater sense of urgency? Which team will execute their offense and defense patterns successfully? Which team will the cage gods bless?