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.
LeBron James has been sharply criticized of late-especially by many of us at Check Down. But whether the Cavaliers win this series or not, his performance last night proved one thing: he is a better player than Stephen Curry.
As the NBA postseason comes to its inevitable end with all attention on whether or not LeBron can lead his team to a comeback, I find myself hoping the Warriors end the series swiftly and deny LeBron his 3rd ring.
With a 3-1 win over the San Jose Sharks last night, the Pittsburgh Penguins captured their fourth Stanley Cup title in franchise history. In the aftermath of the Penguins victory, Sidney Crosby was awarded the Conn Smythe Award as the team’s playoff MVP.
The 2016 U.S. Open, one of golf’s most prestigious events, is being held at the beautiful Oakmont Country Club, right outside of Pittsburgh.
After a 1-0 loss to Peru yesterday, the Brazilian national team has been eliminated from the Copa America Centenario.
Draymond Green is suspended. Steve Kerr and the rest of the deep Warriors squad, however, is not.