Welcome to February folks! It’s that time again, and we’re back and better than ever. Sorry for the delay, but we did not want to overwhelm everyone with tons of basketball players, so we decided to push things back a week.
Anyway, last week we saw Anthony Davis blow up the NBA, James Harden continue his monster scoring stretch, Bradley Beal continue to play well, and the Warriors… win. Unfortunately, since we last met, Victor Oladipo suffered a season-ending injury (our thoughts go out to him), and the Pacers have thus lost three games in a row. Going to football, we are just two days away from Super Bowl LIII, as the Los Angeles Rams face off against the New England Patriots, with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick looking for their 6th ring since 2001.
Since 1959, the Boston Celtics have faced the Lakers in the NBA Finals 12 times, most recently in 2010.
It’s a rivalry that helped save the NBA in the 1980s, and was revitalized just a decade ago, as the teams faced each other in the finals twice in three seasons. With a combined 33 championships between the two franchises, the Celtics and Lakers are considered the premier teams in basketball… and now a new battle is ensuing. Continue reading “Anthony Davis: Boston or Los Angeles?”
As the Patriots prepare for their ninth Super Bowl appearance since 2001, this year’s team is set to etch it’s place in history. As eight Patriot teams before them have had the same opportunity to do so since 2001, there are also teams that never made it this far. Continue reading “Patriot teams that missed the Super Bowl”
Wade Phillips has been coaching in the NFL for a LONG time. Phillips has been a defensive coordinator for 8 teams in the NFL (including Denver twice) since 1981, and has been coaching in the NFL since 1976. The current Rams DC best accomplishment was being the defensive coordinator of the Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos in 2015, who had one of the stingiest defenses in the history of the modern NFL. Continue reading “Brady & Belichick versus Wade Phillips”