Daniel Corrigan| February 18th, 2020
2020 Record: 16-14-1
Jacari McRae | February 11th, 2020
After losing three consecutive games, the Miami Heat bounced back with a win against the Golden State Warriors. It wasn’t easy either. Leading by 19 at the half, the Heat watched the Warriors pull within four multiple times in the third period. However, the Heat pulled away in the fourth period to come out victorious. Miami is now 35-18 for the season.
Here are my takeaways from Monday’s game against the Warriors.
Gabe Botero | January 2nd, 2020
This episode Nick and Gabe talk with Joco Fernan, a former project manager for the Warriors. He talks about his position there and the relationships he’s formed with players as well as discussing the state of Warriors basketball in the Bay Area. Joco has got the stories and jokes along with dropping some big names; this is an episode you won’t want to miss! Continue reading
Chris Giordani | December 6th, 2019
Holiday shopping season has come into full stride for 2019, and with the first weekend in December upon us, I’m certain that a number of us will be out in Winter [foot] traffic trying to compile a multitude of gifts for a number of different personalities and preference-types. This is despite the fingertip-driven, Amazon-same-day society we currently live in that requires we go outside of our typical comfort zone of online orders and pause buttons.
“What might this have to do with Friday NBA Daily Fantasy, Chris?” you may be asking.
We’re forced by the simple science of laziness prevailing over all else to make the easiest pivots and secondary options in life. And when forced outside of our realm of tortoise-paced timeliness and 21st century First World conveniences, we’re immediately befuddled with indecision or haphazardly hair-trigger reactions. Continue reading
Jacari McRae| November 30th, 2019
The last time the Miami Heat and Golden State Warriors faced off, the Heat beat the Warriors thanks to a Dwyane Wade buzzer-beating three-pointer. This time there were no late-game theatrics. After the Warriors trimmed the Heat’s lead to six in the third period, the Heat regrouped in the final period and ended the game with a 122-105 win. The victory moves the Heat season record to 13-5.
Here are my takeaways from Friday’s win.