I’m sorry, I was a day late in a dollar short in posting this, but I finally found the full segment. The Inside the NBA crew did a great job at capturing their thoughts on Donald Trump winning the presidential election.
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It was only a matter of time that the single-game three-pointer record belonged to Wardell Stephen Curry II. Curry, who shot 0-10 from three-point land in his previous game responded with a record-setting performance. Curry followed up his donut, with the lucky No. 13. Curry went on to finish the game with 46 points while shooting a blistering 13-17 from deep.
The previous three-point record of 12 was shared by Kobe Bryant, Donyell Marshall, and Curry. To no surprise, Steph shot an array of shots from the East Bay to all-around Oracle Arena while defeating the New Orleans Pelicans.
Congratulations to Steph on achieving one of the more underrated records in the NBA. If you missed his onslaught of three-pointers, check out the video below.
The Seattle Seahawks “Superstar” Jimmy Graham, flashed some greatness on Monday Night Football. Graham made a nice one-handed grab and hurdled a Buffalo Bills defensive back like he was in the 11o meters in the Olympics. Both separate plays, but it was good to see Graham who was arguably the best tight end in the NFL to be back on top of his game.
Ten years ago, Marshawn Lynch drove a golf cart on the field as if he was in the streets of Oakland. After Lynch did it, the video became a national phenomenon.
This past Saturday, Lynch was back in Cali as he was honored for his own bobble head night. To no surprise, Lynch couldn’t leave California Memorial Stadium without giving the masses a legendary video.
Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly is briefly hanging up his cleats after suffering a torn ACL and torn lateral meniscus in his knee during the Rebels victory Georgia Southern on Saturday.
While at Ole Miss, Kelly became one of the best quarterbacks in the conference. In 2015, he was second team All-SEC as he finished the season with tying 14 Ole Miss single-season records, with 4,542 total yards, 4,042 passing yards, 31 passing touchdowns, 41 total touchdowns and eight 300-yard passing games. Due to last year’s performance, Kelly was slated to become one of the top prospects in the upcoming NFL Draft.
In lieu of his latest injury, Kelly will look to continue the family tradition in playing in the NFL. Former Buffalo Bills quarterback and Hall of Famer Jim Kelly is the uncle to former Ole Miss QB.
The outlook for Kelly in 2016 was promising before injury struck. He was named preseason, first-team All-SEC, and he was expected to build on his wildly successful season from the year before. At age 22, a lot of football is left for Kelly, and when healthy, his chances of making an NFL roster could be in the cards.
It’s sad to see his college career end at Ole Miss after it was filled with so much promise after transferring from Clemson. Ole Miss is already having a down year after starting off the year No.11 in the country, and now with their quarterbacks injured, head coach Hugh Freeze and the Ole Miss Rebels are in need of a reboot.
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Ankle Insurance is “byke” sorry we have been slacking, but last night Los Angeles Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson hit Indiana Pacers guard Aaron Brooks with a left to right crossover that sent Brooks to the floor.
My Lakers loss, but at least they have a nice play to hang their hats on.
Antonio Brown is arguably the best receiver in that National football league. Entering his 7th season in the league all of which he spent with the Pittsburgh Steelers since being drafted in 2010, you have to wonder how many teams, scouts and personnel cringe knowing they passed on him? Since coming into the NFL, Brown has posted three consecutive seasons going for over 1,500 yards and appears to be headed for another with the start he has had so far.
It may come as a surprise, but business has not always been boomin’ for No. 84. Mr. Brown was drafted 195th in the sixth round. There were 21 receivers drafted before him and with the exception of Demaryius Thomas and Dez Bryant maybe all were mistakes. Of course no one really knows how these players are going to progress and turn out but that doesn’t stop the casual fan from wondering how all of these teams could have got it wrong or made the same mistake?
Was it a slower 40 yard dash time then needed or small hands? Maybe it was a character issue stemming from college or smaller stature in the wake of everybody looking for the next Calvin Johnson? Whatever the case may be, Antonio has proven his value in this league.
Pittsburgh is currently looking like true contenders to win the Super Bowl this year with Antonio being their biggest threat. An amazing a player passed on by most can dominate the league at his position while also providing some action returning punts and kick offs.
The best way to exhibit revenge is to have success. With that said, he’s doing just that. Going forward, continue to make them pay Mr. Brown, I’m sure the other teams in the NFL regret their decision.
The Minnesota Vikings entered into the 2016 season with high hopes. Coming off a season in which they won their division in 2015, and suffered a tough playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks the Vikings had Super Bowl hopes this year. Still stings thinking “what if” as the Vikings held a 9-0 lead going into the fourth quarter eventually losing 10-9.
Let us not forget Blair Walsh’s 27 chip shot field goal miss with only 22 seconds left in the game. Despite the heartbreaking loss the team appeared to be moving in the right direction. Sports and injuries go hand and hand but nobody could’ve predicted how hard the injury bug would hit the Vikings.
A little over a week and a half before the 2016 season was set to begin the Vikings starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater went down with a season ending leg injury. Initial reports were that it was a non contact injury and also that it was so severe he could have lost his leg.
Absolutely a freak injury no one planned for. Desperate for someone to replace Bridgewater this season the Vikings traded for now journey man Sam Bradford who has some success in the league but so far an underwhelming career surrounding the hype that followed the number one draft pick coming out of college. While continuing the trend, superstar Adrian Peterson went down in week two of the season with a season ending leg injury. With Peterson has been the leader of the Vikings since arriving in Minnesota a decade ago, it was expected that it would be a huge drop off.
To recap the Vikings lost their promising young quarterback, best player and running back yet through the 1st quarter of the season and they are currently unbeaten. With a suffocating defense, a few young receivers, and Bradford under center, the Vikings are getting it done.