The #Clippers fall to the @denvernuggets, 110-100, snapping the team’s 11-game winning streak. @cp3: 29 pts, 7 ast, 3 stl. @blakegriffin32: 26 pts, 12 reb, 4 ast. | Next game: SAT vs. @detroitpistons | #ItsTime :: http://ift.tt/1iXZzCF
Kyrie Irving and Damian Lillard, are drawing comparisons and many a heated debate as to who is the better player. Both of these young point guards have been crowned Rookie of the Year. Both play an exciting brand of basketball, and have the ability to to light it up on any given night. The question is, if you were a GM, and in need of a point guard to lead your franchise to championships, who would you go all out to trade for? Would you choose to build your franchise around Kyrie Irving or Damian Lillard?
With the Lakers currently just outside of the playoff picture, and Kobe Bryant stepping up his rehab; we ask, what impact would a healthy Kobe Bryant make when he returns? Here are 5 things that Mr Bryant will add to this Laker team when he returns.
Manchester United have got off to their worse league start in 24 years and are currently languishing in eighth spot after eight games of this Premier League season. Many have pointed to the managerial change over from Ferguson to Moyes as the primary reason for the Reds poor start. Others lament the lack of quality midfield reinforcements during the summer. However, with last season’s difference maker Robin Van Persie looking a tad off colour this season, we ask: is Van Persie the problem?
Basketball fans around the globe will be licking their lips with anticipation to what promises to be one of the most intriguing and exciting NBA season.
Following back to back victories for the star studded Miami Heat, probably the biggest question in basketball is: can the Heat three peat?
Following last season’s the dramatic NBA Finals Game 7 victory against Tim Duncan and Tony Parker’s Spurs, the Heat can further cement their legacy in history as one of only 3, three-peat dynasties in the modern NBA era. Lebron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh’ Miami Heat will be joining lofty company, alongside Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls of the 90’s and Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal’s Lakers of the noughties. The question is can they win three on the bounce. Here are the factors to consider.
King James Keeps on Getting Better
The league’s reigning regular and post season MVP LeBron James has been ridiculously good in the past two seasons.