Well I still don’t want to get into the habit of anointing or damning players after every game, but obviously it’s impossible not to be impressed with what LeBron James did in the first three games against the Warriors in the 2015 NBA Finals and such chatter continues. So why not?…
Despite missing potential game-winning shots at the end of both of the first two, LeBron James has lifted his undermanned Cleveland Cavaliers squad and put up ridiculous numbers as they have taken a 2-1 series lead against the Golden State Warriors.
The assists are the best proof of what he is doing and a differentiator from Michael Jordan in that Jordan didn’t have those because he had Scottie Pippen who could bring the ball up at times and also the Bulls actually ran an offense so multiple people would actually touch the ball to generate shots.
But I’ll admit if LeBron posts two more games (the minimum his team will need from him to win the series) and they win the series (even if he has a clunker or two and they end up going seven) I’ll have to reconsider. Continue reading LeBron changing the narrative again?→
Seems premature to have this discussion when James is so far from finishing his career — or even the 2015 postseason — but it’s already out there and we’ve got another day to kill before the 2015 NBA Finals so why not?
Interesting nugget from FOX Sports college football reporter Bruce Feldman in the latest podcast between Feldman and colleague Stewart Mandel:
In the course of a discussion between the Feldman and Mandel about Ohio State potentially repeating and the difficulty of that because of the different variables that come into play, Feldman draws a distinction he’s seen between the Buckeyes and the last team coach Urban Meyer tried to lead to repeat titles at Florida. Continue reading National writers praise Meyer for Buckeyes’ personality→
With Urban Meyer and about 50 Buckeyes set to take part in the Reds’ Opening Night festivities Wednesday night in Cincinnati, a look back at the time the head coach of the Buckeyes recalled thinking he would play for the Cleveland Indians: