Archive for February, 2014

OKC losing to Cavs should be a concern

The Oklahoma City Thunder have lost three in a row since Russell Westbrook came back from injury.  The Thunder lost to the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Clippers, which is not a problem because they are two teams that may play in the NBA Finals this year. The 10 point loss to the woeful Cleveland […]

The Hawks will fall out of the playoffs

The Atlanta Hawks have six game lead on the New York Knicks, a three game lead on Detroit Pistons and Cleveland Cavaliers for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.  The Hawks will not make the playoff this year. Al Horford is out for the season. The Hawks are 1 – 9 in their […]

Sochi games will be last Olympics for NHL players

This Olympics had many players hurt, a NHL player failed a drug test and a player wants his team to trade him because he wasn’t picked on original roster. The hockey games were low scoring and it wasn’t as beautiful as many fans had hoped. Carey Price, Henrick Zettenberg, John Tavares and Paul Martin were […]

The Raptors will have home court in the playoffs

The Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat will be number one and two at the end of the season in the Eastern Conference.  The Toronto Raptors are presently the third seed. The Raptors are trying to hold off the Chicago Bulls for the third spot. The Raptors are presently seven games above .500 and the Bulls […]

The Knicks playoff hopes are over with Felton arrest

The New York Knicks are 21 – 36 and are 6 games out of the last playoff spot. Raymond Felton was arrested with criminal possession of a weapon in the second, third and fourth degrees. He is rumoured to have threatened his wife, Ariane Raymondo-Felton. His season will be in jeopardy after the alleged incident. […]

Jason Collins has finally been signed by a team

Jason Collins became the first openly gay athlete to compete in one of the four major professional sports that has teams in Canada and the United States of America.  Collins played 10:37 in a 108 – 102 Brooklyn Nets victory over the Los Angeles Lakers. He picked up 5 personal fouls and 2 rebounds. He […]

Leafs nation should be concerned about Kessel

The United States hockey team was rolling early scoring many goals in their victories. Phil Kessel at that point was the best player on Team USA. The performances of Phil Kessel and James Van Riemsdyk in the elimination games against Canada and Finland should be a concern for the Toronto Maple Leafs fans. The Leafs […]

Canadiens organization is the reason Subban

The main reason that P.K. Subban didn’t play during the Olympics is wasn’t because of head coach Mike Babcock or general manager Steve Yzerman. It is due to the Montreal Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien and general manger Marc Bergevin putting P.K. Subban down when he was in a contract dispute with the organization. The […]

Granger for Turner trade a good one

The Danny Granger for Evan Turner trade is a great trade for the Indiana Pacers. The 76ers received a player in Granger who was a franchise player for many years for the Pacers, but has been injury prone lately. Granger has only played 29 games this year and 5 two years ago. The Pacers now […]

Two small NBA trades so far…

Cavs trade for Hawes is a dumb move? The Cleveland Cavaliers finally cut Andrew Bynum, which created more playing time for Tyler Zeller and Anthony Bennett. The Cavs are presently on a six game winning streak and are making a move towards the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Zeller had an 18 points […]

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