We've all sat around for the past six or seven weeks convincing ourselves that the rubber match between the Cavs and the Warriors would save what can only be described as an unwatchable NBA Playoffs. A clash of the titans, the deciding game between the two super teams, the most built up NBA Finals in years. Through two games, it’s apparent the Warriors are making sure they’re not only sticking the final knife in the bleeding out playoffs, but they’re making sure basketball won’t be fun for quite some time.
He’s the franchise leader all-time in goals, assists, and points. He’s had countless heroic moments in the playoffs and regular season. He’s won two Stanley Cup championships with the team. No doubt, his will be the fifth number retired by New Jersey, and may be the last sweater retirement the team sees for a long time.
As if this offseason hasn’t already gotten off to a ridiculous start with a number of whales available through trade or free agency, Phil Jackson just took everyone’s porpoises and raised them a horse with a horn on its head.
First and foremost, WOW! The way the Super Bowl played out was definitely one for the ages. After being down pretty big for the most of the game, Tom Brady did what Tom Brady does, he made plays, and enough to bring his organization their 5th NFL championship. It wasn’t easy though, as Brady has faced quite a bit along the way in these past few seasons.
In February rumors were abound regarding the possibility of NBA expansion. Commissioner Adam Silver has typically been quite conservative regarding potential expansion but he’s also a rail-thin white dude who gives perfect dap so let’s not suppose he’s anything less than pleasantly surprising. Several cities were mentioned as potential landing spots. Seattle, Lousville, Kansas City, Virginia Beach, Anaheim, Las Vegas, Anaheim, Mexico City and San Jose have all generated conversation to varying levels of authenticity as NBA host cities. There are basically four categories these cities fall in: