This has been the story of the Cavaliers season. Everyone’s favorite Uncle, Kyrie Irving, went down with a broken finger a little over a week ago. Even with the star point guard, the Cavs were 2-7. After last night’s loss to Phoenix, they’re 3-12 for the season and in last place in the Central. Throughout all this, Anderson Varejao has been spectacular, averaging career-highs of 14.5 points, 1.5 steals, 3.2 assists and an absurd 14.9 rebounds a game (tops in the NBA). To say Varejao has been great and the rest of the team has sucked would be to speak the truth. In a rare moment of coaching candor, Byron Scott spoke the truth.
I knew Rashaan Salaam. He was more than a statistic.
Paige Spiranac Got Emotional Discussing Cyber Bullying After Her Debut at the Ladies Masters in 2015
Get over yourselves people.
Marshawn Lynch showed up on the Seattle sideline this weekend, giving everyone an opportunity to remember how awesome Marshawn Lynch was at (…)
It could have been far more dispiriting.
No one is paying him to smile.
Be careful in defining success.