The traditional NBA All-Star Game is back. This Mar 7, come and watch the game’s top stars pit their talents against one another.
What is evident at this point is that – despite the credentials and the overflowing talent – all is not well in the Nets’ locker room. And it will take a super effort – and a lot of sacrifice from all sides – to successfully traverse this emotional minefield that threatens to blow up the Nets’ locker room.
Welcome back, NBA!!! After a very short hiatus, the cage big league is back. With new line-ups, new star alignments, and some new names. Come and watch the NBA. Forget those pandemic woes for a while and let’s just be grateful for the loads of fun and excitement the NBA has to offer us.
Will this be the end of the Warriors’ dynasty? Will they come back for another run next year? My sense is that we haven’t heard the last from these heroic Warriors yet. As the great late coach Rudy Tomjanovich said: “Don’t ever underestimate the heart of a champion.”
Kevin Durant made a heroic performance last night, playing 12 precious minutes, and scoring 11 points in Game 5 of this year’s NBA Finals. Kevin’s
Now facing a daunting deficit, with 2 out of 3 games to be held in the hostile environs of Toronto, with the Warriors looking more like the walking wounded – including he himself, Kevin Durant is faced with a big problem. Should he play or not?