Basketball

Is 2022 Finally The Year For The Phoenix Suns In The NBA?

UNITED STATES—The Phoenix Suns are famously one of the very few sides currently operating in the NBA that have never won the Championship and they have arguably never had a chance at glory than they do in 2022. Monty Williams has got his side firing on all cylinders and their performance in the NBA Western Conference has Suns fans and...

Golden State Vs. Phoenix Suns; Best Teams In The NBA Go Head-To-Head

UNITED STATES—This upcoming week, the two best teams in the NBA will face off in Pheonix and then in San Francisco as the Suns and Warriors go head to head to determine who is the best NBA team before Christmas. The Suns are on a 16-game winning streak, while the Warriors are running a seven-game winning streak but have...

Top 3 Best NBA Players Of 2021-22 And Why

UNITED STATES—The talent on display in the NBA these days is absolutely outrageous, those of you born in the 80s or early 90s even will have a point of reference for just how good the game has gotten over the last 10-20 years. Put it this way, you remember the Monstars from Space Jam? They’d stand no chance against...

Lakers Snap Losing Streak

LOS ANGELES—After dropping consecutive games to inferior competition, the Los Angeles Lakers earned a bounce back victory on Monday, November 8 at Staples Center over the Charlotte Hornets in overtime, 126-123. Anthony Davis led the way with 32 points and 12 rebounds, including a pivotal block shot in the closing seconds to secure the Victory for the Purple and Gold....

Kyrie Irving Chooses Liberty Over Covid Mandates

BROOKLYN, NY—NBA player, Kyrie Irving who plays for the New York Nets is standing his ground in his decision to remain unvaccinated despite the city's COVID-19 vaccine requirement for professional athletes of the league. All players must adhere to the mandate to play at games in the state of New York. The Nets general manager has not let Irving participate...

San Francisco Is Rediscovering Its Shine In American Sports

UNITED STATES—It is a good time to be a San Francisco native or at least an optimistic one. The Oakland As may not have made it through, but the Giants are repping in the NLDS, and the Golden State Warriors are looking better than they have looked the last two seasons. Sunny days in the bay. Fans and locals...

Team USA Beats France In Gold Medal Game, 87-82

TOKYO, JAPAN—Revenge is a dish best served GOLD! Team USA Basketball earned their fourth consecutive Gold Medal by holding off France, 87-82 at Saitama Super Arena on Saturday afternoon in Tokyo Japan. Team USA was led by the dominance of Kevin Durant, scoring a game high 29 points as his spectacular play has notched him three Gold medals, in...

Warriors’ Center Wiseman Out For Rest Of Season

SAN FRANCISCO—James Wiseman, the center for the Golden State Warriors is out for the rest of the season after tearing his right knee. He will also need time to recover from surgery. The injury took place during the Golden State Warriors game against the Houston Rockets on Saturday, April 10. During the second quarter, he dunked over the Rocket's Kenyan...

Warriors President Stepping Down After Season

SAN FRANCISCO—The Golden State Warriors announced that team President and Chief Operating Officer Rick Welts has decided to step down at the end of the 2020-21 NBA season. The announcement came from the Warriors Twitter account, where they thanked Welts for everything he has done for the sport and the Warriors franchise. The Basketball Hall of Fame executive spent nearly...

UCLA Loses To Gonzaga In Heartbreaker At Final Four

INDIANAPOLIS, IN—UCLA suffered a gut-wrenching conclusion to their magical March Madness run as Jalen Suggs banked the shot of a lifetime in at the buzzer, as No. 1 Gonzaga defeated No.11 UCLA Bruins in overtime of the Final Four, 93-90, on Saturday, April 3 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Bruins Guard Johnny Juzang tied the game with a put...
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