Welcome back to Who to Watch! Football fans, there is a BIG weekend coming up with the Rams and Saints, as well as Pats and Chiefs vying for a birth in the Super Bowl! The top two seeds in each conference, and the best offenses in football, it’s set to be two great games. In the NBA, James Harden is STILL dominating in a manner we have not seen in a LONG time (he’s now averaging 35.37 PPG, which would make him the 9th player all-time to average at least 35 PPG in a season). Kyrie had a statement game against the Raptors, but the Celtics are still not consistent enough to be considered a viable playoff threat at this time. The Warriors scored 51(!) points in the first quarter against the Nuggets, and with DeMarcs Cousins’ debut set for this evening, they might be ready to make their run.
Sit back and enjoy our players to watch over the next week!
Welcome back! After a long wait, we are back with the Hold My Drink
Podcast. Khaled, Kennedy, and Fredy are joined by Chief Joe Perez and Unscripted’s Al. Topics include Patriots demolishing the Chargers, what is wrong with the Celtics, are we excited for Kanye’s album, and predictions for this weekend’s Championship games.
We’re less than a week away from Black Monday, the day when NFL coaches typically receive word that they have been fired. Obviously this is a tough time for many, and I wish no ill-will towards those who’s futures are in flux. However, openings across the league create hope and potential for a fresh start.
This discussion seems to be occurring preemptively with the New York Jets.
Welcome back to Who to Watch! Just last night we witnessed a GREAT football game between the Chargers and Chiefs, as Los Angles came back to win 29-28. Dwyane Wade and LeBron James faced off for the final time, the Celtics winning streak continued, and the Raptors DESTROYED Golden State… WITHOUT KAWHI. In the NFL, the Patriots lost in the final seconds to Miami after a miracle succession of laterals and inferior defense (WHY WAS GRONK OUT THERE!?), the Steelers lost (again), and the Cowboys won (again).
The Patriots and Steelers face off this Sunday in what will surely be another classic game between the two, but other good games across the NBA and NFL are on the docket for the next week.