Rumors continue to swirl around Kevin Durant’s plans as soon as the NBA’s free agency period begins July 1st. Yet unless you’re in Durant’s inner circle, it’s awfully hard to predict where the superstar will sign.
Aside from watching Kristaps Porzingis last season, Knicks fans haven’t had much to be excited about as of late. Its been three full seasons since the Knicks had a winning record and playoff basketball seems like a thing of the past.
And just like that, the Cleveland Cavaliers have become NBA champions for the first time in franchise history.
For basketball fans, it doesn’t get any bigger than this. LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will not only look to become the first team in NBA Finals history to come back from a 3-1 hole, but they will hope to end the city of Cleveland’s decades-long title drought.
I’d like to start off talking about LeBron James. I’m not too man enough to admit that I was wrong in my LeBron Can’t Take Over Games Like He Used To article. But LeBron has absolutely dominated these past couple of games; and I mean dominated to the highest degree.
Game 5 got a lot of people talking. Those who thought the series was over have now done a complete 180 and find themselves saying that Cleveland has a legitimate shot to win it all. Those same people who criticized LeBron for his play thus far are now kissing his feet. Pump the breaks people. Why are we letting one game have so much influence on our opinions? Was it a…
After a 1-0 loss to Peru yesterday, the Brazilian national team has been eliminated from the Copa America Centenario.