This injury pains me. It’s not just because I’m a Boston Celtics fan. Nobody wants to see a player go down like that. When Gordon Hayward broke his ankle with barely six minutes left in the first quarter, we saw how an arena unite. Dwyane Wade cringing… Lebron James in … Continue reading Thoughts: On Gordon Hayward
A few hours from now, I am going to limit my mobile games. I will cancel any thought of reviving my interest on Crash Royale… I will concentrate on my WWE Champions character during weekends… and I’ll pretty much forget that Mobile Legends ever existed. It’s fantasy basketball folks… and this shit … Continue reading The 2017-18 NBA (Fantasy) Basketball Season is Upon Us!
There are a lot of wrong things in this world and fantasy basketball leagues aren’t one of them. Yes, the last week of September and the first two weeks of October are my favourite time of the year because I get to own millionaires that could squander their life earnings in a job … Continue reading NBA Fantasy: The Head-to-Head Every Category Breakdown
I was on vacation a couple of days ago and I’m saddened with the news of Carmelo Anthony leaving the New York Knicks for the Oklahoma City Thunder. No, I’m not ragging on Anthony’s declining starpower. Well… maybe a little bit… especially when former New York brass Phil Jackson virtually threw his best player … Continue reading Thoughts: Melo to OKC
I regressed writing about this piece because it hits home. Seriously… it hits home. Damn you, basketball players with the knack for writing! https://www.theplayerstribune.com/isaiah-thomas-trade-celtics-cavaliers/ So Isaiah Thomas had this piece detailing the events that led to his transfer to the Cleveland Cavaliers. IT4 alongside Jae Crowder and a 2018 first round pick… … Continue reading Isaiah Thomas and that bitchin’ emotional Players’ Tribune article!
Why… get… Kyrie Irving? As a Boston fan, I hate the trade. All of a sudden, Cleveland got valuable players of what was a disastrous preseason. They got lucky with Derrick Rose… but it’s not like D-Rose (especially with the 2-million price tag), Jeff Green, and Jose Calderon could compare with the … Continue reading Kyrie Irving to Boston: When Eastern rivals swap point guards
I am more of a Two Days One Night / Knowing Brother / Running Man fan but I do enjoy the occasional Infinite Challenge. IC or Mudo, is a long-running Korean variety show wherein they film comedians as well as distinguished Korean personalities in awesome scenarios. Jack Black has had his time on … Continue reading Steph and Seth Curry takes on Infinite Challenge!
It’s the swan song... The last hurrah... It's the fitting end of what is to be a landmark career. Some players go all out in their last game. It’s like... they saved their best for their last. They would play like there is not tomorrow... because they figuratively do not have … Continue reading 10 NBA Legends with the Best Farewell Games
Ramona Shelburne reported a few hours ago that Phil Jackson will leave his post as New York Knicks president. A friend once said that Jackson’s godawful decisions could cost him his job. And it did. He pretty much devalued Carmelo Anthony to the point of the latter hinting that he wants to leave the … Continue reading Phil Jackson shouldn’t have messed with Carmelo Anthony (among others)
So here’s a development worth noting. Superdad Lavar Ball is set for a WWE Raw appearance. He’s basically the basketball equivalent of a chihuahua and I guess he fits right in. If I were Ball, I’d have him go ringside with his kids and have second generation star (or some dick … Continue reading Lavar Ball Brand coming to WWE Raw!