The last time the San Francisco 49ers were in the Super Bowl was 2013, but to be honest, it feels like ages ago. The 49ers lost that game in heart-wrenching fashion, opting to throw the ball four-straight plays instead of giving to Frank Gore (who’s still playing today!). The following season, the 49ers won 12 games, got back to the NFC Championship game and were … Continue reading The Gold Rush is Back
After a 7th place finish in FIBA, superstars Steph Curry and Damian Lillard want to get Team USA back on track for 2020. Continue reading After 7th place finish, help is on the way for Team USA
Shaun Livingston has called it a career after 15 inspirational seasons. See why his story is in the motivational hall-of-fame. Continue reading The Inspirational Shaun Livingston
Dwight Howard is officially a Laker, again. After a tumultuous and humbling summer, Dwight is back in LA and this Laker fan dives into the elephant in the room …. should we all forgive him? Continue reading Dwight’s 2nd Chance: A Lakers Fan Perspective
The Charlotte Hornets were once a promising franchise with two young superstars that seemed destined for greatness. 25 years later, the Hornets are the consensus pick to be the worst NBA team in 2019/20 and they are most famous for being owned by Michael Jordan. The Hornets just released their latest jersey throwback, a purple beauty from the ’94/95 season. This franchise’s best memories are … Continue reading What happened to the Charlotte Hornets?
Lately, Demarcus Cousins can’t catch a break. The former NBA All-Star, who has just rehabilitated from two difficult injuries (torn quad, torn Achilles) has just torn his ACL in a workout in Las Vegas. Shams Charania broke the news on Twitter earlier this morning, later tweeting that Boogie will undergo tests to confirm the diagnosis. This is a tough blow for Demarcus. He has battled … Continue reading BREAKING: Boogie Tears His ACL
October and November of each NBA season offers some of the best match-ups we can because the season is brand new. We all have been anticipating these match-ups and seeing our favorite players since May or June (or April if you’re a Laker fan like me), and the NBA itch has only gotten stronger. With the schedule being released, like most of you I’m sure, … Continue reading 2020 NBA Schedule – The Best Games in October and November