This series has been blow out after blowout, Starting out with a 2-0 Warriors series lead. The highly skilled Houston Rockets knew they needed to change up their strategy against the Offensive Goliath of a team Golden State Warriors. Continue reading NBA Western Conference Finals Game 4
The Golden State Warriors were triumphant in game 1 of the western conference finals. The Final score was 119-106, the game consisted of two outstanding performances- Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors and James Harden of the Houston Rockets. Continue reading Game 1 Western Conference Finals
The NBA playoffs are underway which means we are just a couple months away from the close of the season. This doesn’t necessarily mean the excitement is over. The NBA off season and the buzz about where some of the league’s top players will sign, brings almost just as much anticipation as the season itself. This week i’ll disclose where it is predicted some of the world’s most sought after basketball superstars will sign in this upcoming off season.
Continue reading 2018/2019 NBA Free Agency Predictions
Todd Gurley II, RB, Los Angeles Rams: What a thoroughly dominating performance, and one that looks all the more impressive considering it came against a Seattle Seahawks defense that hadn’t allowed more than 19.3 non-PPR or 22.3 PPR fantasy points in a game and had allowed averages of 15.2 (third-fewest) and 19.7 (fourth-fewest) in those respective scoring systems to opposing running backs entering the week. Gurley’s 45.0 PPR and 42.0 non-PPR fantasy points set new career highs for the third-year running back, and the latter was the best single-game score by any individual player all season. Continue reading NFL Week 15 Winners/Losers
Le’Veon Bell, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers: His 39.5 topped all running backs on Sunday and represented the third-best single-game total of his career
DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Houston Texans: Like his 35.9 PPR points, it was the fourth time in his career that he had scored at least 35, and in each of the four he had a different quarterback throwing to him. Continue reading Fantasy football Winners/Losers Week 14
Jay Cutler – Dolphins: When the Dolphins traded Jay Ajayi to the Eagles, fantasy owners had to wonder just what they would do with the offense given the fact that Jay Cutler came into Week 9 averaging just 165.8 yards-per-game passing.
Cutler stepped up to the plate and knocked the ball out of the park (so to speak) by completing 34-of-42 passes for 311 yards, 3 touchdowns, and had no interceptions for the first time since Week 1. Continue reading NFL Week 9 Winners/Losers
Baltimore Ravens 40, Miami Dolphins 0
- Jay Ajayi just 23 rushing yards on 13 carries. He’s now averaging 3.4 yards per carry and has yet to score a touchdown.
- Jeremy Maclin,The veteran remains an incredibly touchdown-dependent option with 19 catches and 212 yards through six games.
It is tradition for championship teams of all sports to attend The White house after their wins. The Golden State Warriors have elected to not accept President Donald Trump’s Invitation, after winning four to one in their seven game series against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2017 NBA Finals. Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant are among
the most notable of players from the team to be in favor of not attending. The NBA Finals MVP, Kevin Durant expressed his rationale for his unwillingness to attend, in an interview with ESPN “I don’t respect who’s in office right now, so my voice will be heard by not doing that.”. The White House, under the Trump Administration, has already welcomed other teams such as The Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots, as well as The World Series Champion Chicago Cubs in order to honor their titles.