Allowing 37 points to an entire team over a single quarter in an NBA game is pretty awful, as it means one (or both) of two things happened: A) your defense was hot garbage, or B) the other team just couldn’t miss.
I was perusing Bill Simmons’ Trade Value Column archive on Thursday, and stumbled upon this (from 2011):
The transfer of ownership power of the New Orleans Saints and New Orleans Pelicans just got nasty — really nasty.
Strong Tinder bio right here, folks.
Update: Kobe Bryant had an MRI exam, preliminary results show a tear of the rotator cuff. He will fly back to LA. pic.twitter.com/EOZTuuKjoL — Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) January 22, 2015 Kobe Bryant injured his right shoulder during the Lakers’ loss to the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night. Bryant stayed in the game, but
You know things are getting weird in the NBA when Brandon Jennings — yes, Brandon Jennings — is notching 20-20 games.
Kevin Love, the best quarterback in Cleveland.
The Knicks and 76ers are playing a basketball game right now. We’ll assume you aren’t watching it because, well, why the hell would you? Still, we’d like to draw your attention to the above sequence, just to re-iterate what a Knicks-76ers game in 2015 looks like.
Over the last decade, as the number of foreign players in NBA began to increase, the idea of a USA vs. The World format for the All-Star Game has been floated about — similar to the NHL’s brief North America vs. The World All-Star experiment.
The Knicks stink. The Lakers stink. Everyone knows it. Even ESPN. Thankfully, their game on February 1st is no longer nationally televised.
ESPN national recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton with a copy-paste fail for the ages [via @BSElOsoBlanco]. pic.twitter.com/R68pWEqC9m — Eleven Warriors (@11W) January 21, 2015 This was a quickly-deleted tweet sent out by ESPN college football recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton.
Seahawks punter Jon Ryan has played in the NFL for nine seasons, the last seven of which have been spent in Seattle. He’s actually the longest-tenured player on the Seahawks roster, making him the lone player who suffered through both a 4-12 season in 2008 (Mike Holmgren’s last season) and a 5-11 campaign in 2009