The Brooklyn Nets have undoubtedly won Free Agency, they got Free Agency’s top prize in Small Forward Kevin Durant. They then went out and got the prized point guard of this free agency in Kyrie Irving. They then decided to bolster their big men by getting Center DeAndre Jordan from the Knicks. In this article, I will briefly go over what these moves mean for the future of the Brooklyn Nets.
There’s been a lot of forgotten or looked over champions in NBA History, so today I’ll jog your memories on some of the most impressive but looked over Championship teams and why they’re so looked over. These teams were both underrated on their way to the championship and are still underrated to this day or just flat out forgotten. Continue reading →
Wow is all I can say. As a person who lives in Canada and has people who said “This is the most important moment in Canadian Sports since the Toronto Blue Jays were in the World Series 26 years ago”, I cannot overstate how much this championship means to the country of Canada and its loyal and well-deserving fans. The raw emotion spewing from “Jurassic Park”, the Raptors fan hangout area in Toronto, was electric and fascinating to experience. All I can say to this championship is “Oh Canada”! In this article we will go over the journey the Raptors took to get here and the trials they experienced, through the perspective of a Canadian. Continue reading →
In this article, we’ll continue going over the continuous failures of the Kansas City Chiefs, and again this article is not to slander the fanbase or anything of that nature it’s meant to point out the lack of success they’ve had. Continue reading →
The Kansas City Chiefs haven’t always been failures, they won Super Bowl IV almost 50 years ago and have had successful times since, nothing yielding the coveted Lombardi Trophy, however, so in this article, I will go over year by year how and why they failed to get it done. Note: This is not to slander the Chiefs as an organization it’s to bring attention to their failures. Continue reading →
The Dallas Cowboys last season were a surprise of sorts, they missed the playoffs the year before, but this year they redeemed themselves, improving from a 9-7 record the year before to a 10-6 record. This was enough to win the NFC East and get a birth into the playoffs, where they managed to win a game against the Seahawks, and then lose in the NFC Divisional Playoff game to the eventual Super Bowl participant Los Angeles Rams. During the season, they traded their first-round pick to the Oakland Raiders for WR Amari Cooper.
In the second part of my ten-part series, I will go over the most famous misplay in Giants playoff history, Long Snapper Trey Junkin’s botched snap on the Giants game-winning field goal attempt at the end of regulation. This caused them to lose the game, 39-38. But before I get to the aforementioned play, we’ll go over the happenings before this game and during the game. Continue reading →