While everyone was watching Steph Curry and the Splash Bros make history, Kobe was going out with a bang… 60 points BANG-BANG! For a moment it made people realize while they watching Steph Curry making made-for-tv hating humor faces (like he playing the PS4 courtside) way ahead, they could be watching the real icon Kobe in his LAST GAME! ESPN…
Period. The Warriors #SplashBros are the team of the touch foul generation! I definitely wouldn’t put Steph Curry with the likes of MJ lol, but right now he (and the Warriors) absolutely on top of the world #NBA! Tomorrow night…
Minnesota Gophers’ Lady Rachel Banham has already got chirps #Tweets #Twitter from the likes of legendary Kobe Bryant after scoring a Women’s NCAA RECORD 60 points two weeks ago, a game-winner a week ago, and now matches that with an amazing 52 point performance, last night, shattering the BIG-Ten scoring record! Young NBA New Orleans Pelicans’ Anthony Davis is turning into a #star… stepping into the shadows of Wilt Chamberlain and Shaquille O’Neal with a profound 59 point plus 20 boards performance last night! He became the third player…
Right before the deadline, check the hottest and latest NBA Trades #Buzz! The market, the biggest #buzz trade had to be Jeff Green going to the Clippers (from the Grizzlies) in exchange for (the Knicks should ve got) Lance Stephenson and a 2019 first-round pick! The next hottest #buzz trade was #KansasStar young Markieff Morris going to (boost) the Washington Wizards from the Phoenix Suns in exchange for badass Kris Humphries, DeJuan Blair, and a first-round pick in this year’s draft! The rest of the trades were fleeting, but yawning.
#TheSplashBros Steph Curry is a victim of over-acting lol, but come to balling he is the best player in NBA right now, hands down! Tonight, the Golden State Warriors continued their winning ways and undefeated winning streak (22-0) by beating the Brooklyn Nets 114-98! Net’s Brook Lopez displayed his brawn and cat like reflexes lol, while Curry was draining tre’s! The Nets kept up with the Warriors into the fourth quarter until #SplashBros took off down the stretch!
On Sunday afternoon, 5-time NBA Champion and 17-time All-Star Kobe Bryant, who broke into the NBA at the tender age of 18, announced that he will retire at the conclusion of this season! Kobe is an international icon known worldwide! He actually grew up in Italy, as his dad (Joe Bryant) played professionally overseas from 1984 to 1992! He will retire being the only player in NBA history to play 20 years for the same franchise, the LA Lakers, and third all-time in scoring!
Some say send me an angel… the Bulls got the knock when DERRICK ROSE hit the BIG SHOT – a daggering three!!! It brought the crowd to their feat, the Chicago Bulls to a 99-96 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, and a surprising (2-1) Eastern Semifinals series lead! Rose finished with 30 points, and is fading Lebron’s hopes for another Championship! THE NBA PLAYOFFS ARE IN FULL EFFECT!!!
I don’t know if the floor was slippery, but I do know that NBA scoring leader Houston Rockets’ James Harden served Spanish superstar Minnesota Timberwolves’ Ricky Rubio with a WICKED Cross-Over last night, followed up with a step-back three! Ironically, Rubio is usually the man with the tricky dribble, but met his match with Harden! Check out the tape right here!
The current NBA Champion Super San Antonio Spurs’ coach Gregg Popovich notched his 1,000th win on Monday night! Marco Belinelli hit the game-winning buzzer beater with 3 seconds left to give the Spurs a dramatic 95-93 win over the Indiana Pacers! Coach Pop became the ninth coach all-time to accomplish the feat (chart below), and the third quickest to get there (behind Phil Jackson and Pat Riley)! Pop took the best players from overseas and groomed them into a Championship team (five championships) year in and year out! Also, he finished with the second highest winning percentage (.684) from the 1,000 and over club only behind Phil Jackson (.704)!
The NY Knicks are finally starting to look Major League now! They beat the top west-coast team Oklahoma City Thunder 100-92 tonight to light up Madison Square Garden and give some temporary relief to loyal Knick fans! All the 10-day contract players like: Lance Thomas (the player of the game) who got 17 points, Jason Smith 11 points 11 boards, Lou Amundson 10 boards and four blocks, and Langston Galloway 18 points, stepped up as the team combined for 29 assists! Don’t forget about Melo who finished with 31 points and 10 boards, and Tim Hardaway Jr. who finished with 14 points and big three’s down the stretch! Not tending to hopelessness, but the Knicks are still 9-37, so they really need to dash to the finish!