My new host city of Chicago. This sports crazed town has shown me people like me exist. You know, those people who talk sports all day like that's all that's going on in the world. One thing I quickly found out, was the Bulls are a big, big deal here; regardless of record. I watched... Continue Reading →
Andrew Wiggins says he's worth a max contract. Yet, he and the young Timberwolves disappointed last season after exorbitantly high expectations.
Last night I took a L, but today I bounced back.
That was the theme for last nights game vs the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Detroit Pistons showed grit, when they could have easily laid down and been an emotional no show — after the blow out loss to the Indiana Pacers, the night before.
Andre Drummond (20 points & 16 rebounds), came out aggressive early. He set the tone for the team, when they were struggling to score early on. He was crashing the boards — harder than usual. He was clearly on a mission.
The first quarter and a half, it looked as though it was going to be a blow out. It was the Kyrie Irving show, starring LeBron James, and the Cavs pushed the lead to 15. It seemed to be a Cleveland win on the horizon, when the Pistons did their best He-Man impression:
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First ballot Hall of Famer to be, Dirk Nowitzki, became the 6th man in NBA History to join the 30,000 club! He went from a tall lanky kid the NBA world didn't take serious, to making history. Salute to the big German! Video footage courtesy of the NBA
https://youtu.be/RtTWJgMqVYA (press link) Wow. As you know, I am no way a Cavs fan. However, I am a NBA fan and I must give credit where credit is due. Last night, March 3rd 2017, the Cleveland Cavaliers faced off against the Atlanta Hawks in Atlanta. On a night where the ATL retired the great Pistol Pete's ... Continue Reading →
Pistons come back from 18 points down to win in Overtime! KCP had 33 points https://soundcloud.com/thecouchsportsradio/pistonstalk-2-23-17 or listen this way 👇🏿
While the smoke is still clearing in Sacramento, Vlade Divac and the rest of the Kings brass have gone on the offensive to make themselves look good, after one of the most lopsided trades in NBA History. https://twitter.com/espn/status/833817988428075009 The effort is failing, mainly because if you have to go out of your way to make yourself look... Continue Reading →
Ok, after watching the NBA Rising Stars & the 3-Point Shootout, I think I've finally arrived at Acceptance Avenue. The NBA is a shooters league now, and it's Not my era anymore. Everyone (shit, feels like everyone) fires three's like there is no tomorrow, and that's what it's going to be for the foreseeable future.... Continue Reading →