Kevin Durant used to do everything right in the NBA. But now, after nine years, that time has come to an end.
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.
This year’s NBA Draft, which takes place tonight in Brooklyn, features two players that many experts believe have superstar potential: Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram. We already know the 76ers plan to take the 6’10” Simmons, but will he be a better pro than the former Duke standout? A few members of the Check Down staff share their thoughts. Mando: Brandon Ingram I think Brandon Ingram will be Durant-esque in the…
The Miami Marlins have struggled mightily since their last postseason appearance in 2003, as more often than not, they have lacked a true ace that can anchor the starting rotation over the course of a season.
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.
Suspended for one game due to excessive flagrant fouls and rough play, Draymond Green left a big-time void for the Warriors in Monday night’s Game 5 loss to the Cavaliers. It was an obvious reminder of how team-oriented the Dubs are as well as how they mirror what many old-school teams used to be like.
At 40-16, the Chicago Cubs are the best team in baseball by 5 1/2 games. They’re off to the best start since the 2001 Seattle Mariners, who own the all-time record for wins in a season with 116. The Cubs would have to go a remarkable 77-29 from here on out to break that record, but with the way this team manages to win ballgames, that might not be out…