Despite last night’s Thunder-Warriors game on TNT, I decided to take a night to catch up on some sleep.
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As the NBA season kicks into high gear, two stories surfaced on Tuesday that should come as no surprise. And of course, they are centering around none other than, traditionally, the leagues two most popular teams: the New York Knicks and the Los Angeles Lakers.
In just two weeks, both teams who are annually expected to compete for a title, and at the very least, the playoffs, have turned into the leagues biggest trainwrecks.
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In life and in sports.
Either way, talent is natural. You either have it or you don’t.
Skill is different. Skill can only be developed by hours and hours of working on your craft.
Hours. And hours. And hours.
Occasionally there is an interesting story that pops up between free agency and the start of the season. J.R. Smith, Lamar Odom and Kobe Bryant have given us some decent bar conversations.
But when it’s all said and done, this season will be, without a doubt, about LeBron James and his impending free agency.
Don’t buy the hype?
From top-to-bottom, the league is full of some of the best point guards, arguably, this league has ever seen.
Any matchup on the schedule likely contains one of them, if not a “must-watch” matchup. There are games that you could focus solely on the two players playing point guard and enjoy the game.