The Warriors, The Schedule and The Marathon NBA Season

73-9 in the regular season. Coming back from 3-1 in the Western Conference Finals. Losing in Game 7 after a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals. Adding one of the best players in the NBA via free agency and stealing him away from a rival in the process. A lot has happened since the the 2015-2016 regular season concluded back in April, a season in which the Warriors became the greatest regular season team of …

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Kobe Bryant. Two Polarizing Words Of This Generation

Kobe Bryant. Two of the most polarizing words of this generation in sports. Why do you ask? Here’s a list. It’s pretty well known, even still remarkable. 18 time All Star. 11 Time All NBA First Team. 9 All NBA defensive teams. Back to back NBA Finals MVP. 5 Time NBA champion. 2 time scoring champion. 3rd All Time in points scored. All during a 20 year reign with the same franchise… The Los Angeles …

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Doug McDermott Is Set for a Breakout Campaign

By Nathan Beighle In this past offseason, the Chicago Bulls said goodbye to two long-standing Chi-towns players in Mike Dunleavy and Derrick Rose. They also said hello to a couple of aging stars in Rajon Rondo and Dwyane Wade. With these departures and additions, if Doug (McBuckets) McDermott stays consistent and constant, he may finally get a shot at the lime light. Doug McDermott has been subpar throughout his time in the NBA and with the …

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Kristen Ledlow’s Personality And Knowledge Grows With Turner Sports

“But now, because of this digital age, everyone has a voice. I think a lot of people have misused that voice because they don’t think that they’re being heard or seen. I want to let people know that they’re being heard, they’re being seen, and one of the reasons why I interact with as many people as I do is because I know that my voice is one that is being heard. I want to be able to speak up for those who can’t.”

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