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In his second season with the San Antonio Spurs, 27-year old guard Jonathon ‘the Juice’ Simmons has carved a role for himself in the Spurs’ rotation, as he usually checks into games to give Kawhi Leonard a break, while he runs as the backup three with the Spurs’ second unit. On a nightly basis, Simmons is the Spurs’ 7 th playmaker with a usage percentage of 17.7% of the team’s possessions on offense.
Prior to his sophomore season with the Miami Marlins, Ichiro showed up to Spring Training wearing a shirt with (no doubt) his favorite player on the front. Yup, that’s a crude drawing of Ichiro on the front of the future Hall of Famer’s shirt. Fun, right
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Ichiro’s T-Shirts Now Have Their Own Twitter
Ivan Barbashev made his NHL debut with the Blues back on January 26th against the Columbus Blue Jackets. At the time, Barbashev was called up as an injury replacement for Kyle Brodziak and the plan called for him to split time with Wade Megan. A lot can change in just two months.
After a career-defining game-winning bucket by Tyler Ulis in last game’s match up between the Phoenix Suns and the Boston Celtics, Boston was able to exact their revenge as the Celtics sailed their way to a relatively easy 130-120 victory. The Game Flow The Boston Celtic defense held Phoenix to an incredible 0-12 shooting from the field to start the game. Thanks to a number of transition baskets and overall great ball movement, Boston was able to exact their revenge right off the start of the quarter as the Celtics propelled themselves towards a 29-16 lead heading into the second quarter.
Recap: Celtics cap off high scoring game versus Booker’s 70 points
It started out with Gregg Popovich not dressing his aging big three for an early season game against the Heat in 2012 to improve their chances of staying healthy and fresh for another long postseason run. There was an outcry from the fans and the Heat, and the Spurs were fined $250k for not informing the league or the Heat in a timely manner.
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Is Rest Hurting the NBA, LeBron’s Legacy?
What makes the NCAA Basketball Tournament so compelling each year are the buzzer beaters and the Cinderellas. Thirty years ago, the 1987 championship game concluded with a late basket from a player who enjoyed his own Cinderella story. Keith Smart scored 17 second-half points against Syracuse – the last two giving the Indiana Hoosiers a 74-73 victory and a fourth national title
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Episode #73 (3/22/17): Keith Smart
Even the reigning MVP loses his cool sometimes. The Warriors and Thunder squared off for the fourth and final time of the regular season on Monday night, and the NBA’s newest and most passionate rivalry didn’t disappoint one bit. A skirmish broke out at the end of the first half, but the players involved weren’t the usual suspects, which surprised a lot of fans and analysts alike
If LiveFyre is dead, why are these Eagles fan characters still alive in the archives at https://www.livefyre.com/profile/
Bless me, Father (Creator of All Things Eagles), but I have sinned… I confess that I have created imaginary characters back in the LiveFyre daze of this decade-long Eagles chronicle… First there was I….Tom Jackson…40,388 Comments…63, 778 Likes Received…. Then there was BRUZER….. Then there was BRINESTEIN…..