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Steph Curry – Watch The Throne



Kanye West once stated on stage “I felt compelled to do the ‘Watch The Throne’ album because of Drake”. Now if we can instill that statement in a basketball standpoint. LeBron James would be Kanye West. Steph Curry would be Drake. By way of explanation LeBron James guard your throne firm!

Coming off an impressive 67-15 record last year. The Golden State Warriors have proven to not have missed a beat. It’s been a comprehensive year of this team dominating the NBA. Who to blame for this team fantastic uprising? None other than last season’s MVP “Steph Curry.” He Shepard his team on and off the court. Pluming opponents with their sharp shooting. You hear reporters countless times stating “you live and you die by the three.” Steph Curry & the Golden State Warriors has certainly lived by the three, and lived quite well. Curry helped his team’s brilliant season momentum linger on to the playoffs. To win the championship over Lebron James & the banged up Cleveland Cavaliers.

To Lebron’s defense, Kevin Love and Kyrie Iriving easily, the second and third best players on that team, we’re both out with injuries. However, we cannot overlook what Steph Curry did last year. Despite not winning Finals MVP. His leadership off the court was noticed, during Andre Igoudala’s accepting speech of his final MVP award. He said “When I grow up I want to be just like Steph Curry.” Even though he’s older. Andre Iguodala acknowledgement of Curry’s approach to life and basketball is phenomenal. Every NBA champions go through some kind of a tough stretch. Last year after breaking his 3-point record for most 3’s in a season and winning the MVP. Steph Curry would have to face a member of the All NBA first team in each round he played. He went on and eliminated every players alongside with him on the All NBA First-team. Perhaps that was his toughest stretch despite making it look easy!

What he’s done this year already, is surreal. Enjoy fans! We will not see something like this in a long time, maybe ever again. Steph Curry & his Golden State Warriors have started this season 22-0! Having won 26 straight game (counting last season). Steph Curry is averaging 32 PPG, 6 assists & 5 rebounds in the first two months of the season. Currently he has knocked down 116 three pointers already. Nobody in NBA history has made more than 300 threes in a season. He’s on pace for 400 threes this season. Golden State is averaging 115 points a game. Making 43% of they’re deep bombs. Their numbers are remarkable. Already blebron-james-stephen-curry-nba-finals-watch-the-thronereaking records in NBA history.

Steph Curry’s play has been one for the ages. Many has launched the debate that Steph Curry is already an all-time great. One might say that this statement is preposterous but his numbers say otherwise. The only player to have averaged 32, 6 & 5 is Michael Jordan. No player has ever averaged 4 threes a game he’s averaging 5. Curry is leading the league in points per game, field goal percentage & free throw percentage. He is second in steal. Only Wilt Chamberlain has averaged more points per 36 minutes than what Curry is doing right now. He already has four 40 point games and one 50 point game in only 22 games. He also has more threes made than three NBA teams (Heat, Timberwolves & Nets). With all these historical numbers Curry has been putting up it’s clear that Curry is on the verge of becoming, if not already an All-Time great. His game has been so fascinating that fans are now showing up to pre-game warm-ups just to see curry shoot. Only player to attract as much fans as Curry is in the pregame, was the one and only Michael Jordan. Pretty cool name to be in company with!

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After having many people discredit the Warriors success last season. Some because of their health, their journey to the Finals e.c.t. Steph Curry started training camp by stating “I just want to say, I apologize for us being healthy. I apologize for us playing who’s in front of us. We’ll rectify that situation this year.” It is clear that thus far they’ve definitely rectify everyone’s perception on their team. They’ve proven to not only be the best team thus far this season. But also being one of the best teams in the history of the league. The NBA record for the most consecutive wins is 33 by the 1971-1972 Los Angeles Lakers. If Golden State continues this streak. To Give NBA fans a gift for the ages, their 33 consecutive win will have to be on Christmas Day…. Against Lebron James! & the Cleveland Cavaliers. Will Golden State stay undefeated ’till then? Or will curry lead his team to set a tremendous NBA record by passing the ‘king?’ Like the previous month, December will be quite the month for the Warriors. Nonetheless, if this streak reaches 33 or not. Steph Curry & the Golden State Warriors are living the dream and seem to be unstoppable. Curry is already worthy of MVP consideration, most improve player consideration. Hall of famed consideration and the greatest shooter ever consideration! As Kanye West pointed out to Drizzy. NBA fans should point out to Lebron to ‘Watch the throne’ Steph Curry is coming!


La La Lakerland Played Host To A City Of All-Stars At The Weekend



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Like Father, Like Slam,

Los Angeles, it doesn’t get much more Hollywood than this. Even if Beyonce, Queen Latifah, Chris Tucker and even the other Michael (B) Jordan were taking in all the lights, camera action court-side.

After the 2017 Mardi Gras in New Orleans last year and two calendar’s after our native Toronto held the All Star Weekend in Canada, the sixth A.S.G. in the Clipper and Lakerland of the downtown STAPLES of L.A. was the first of it’s kind. As two of the best players in the association and reigning finalists decided to draft their own pool of players against the wall for the ultimate black and white pick-up game between ‘Team Stephen’ and ‘Team LeBron’, for all the marbles of which of the last two champions would be King.

Well it certainly helps if James picks his rivals reigning MVP teammate Kevin Durant and his own former partner in pine championship crime Kyrie Irving for the big shots first.

But before all that it was down to regular festivities to begin the weekend of All-Star. Basketball’s equivalent of music’s Grammy’s or movies Oscars in Superbowl February. Opening these ceremonials Team World beat down Team USA 155-124 in the Rising Stars game that should really tell you something. Despite home court advantage rookie steal, Kyle Kuzma notching 20, fellow Californian franchise face Buddy Hield was king as the Sacramento star hit 29 as the two sides wore Clipper and Laker interloped Buffalo and MPLS throwbacks for the Hollywood script. And after Quavo of hit duo Migos took home the Celebrity Game MVP as Team Clippers beat Team Lakers 79-66, Spencer Dinwiddie paid the bills in a superior skills comp. Before scorching Sun in California Devin Booker showed his career high 70 was no one-hit wonder as he burnt down all the nets and the money-ball rack. Winning the three-point contest showdown from reigning winner and sixth man Eric Gordon. Grounding the Rocket as this Phoenix rose. Book it!

But after the most therapeutic competition of All-Star weekend it was time for the most exciting one just as compelling. And in honoring his father Larry Nance, the 1984 winner of the inaugural Slam-Dunk contest, Larry Nance Jr. rocked the baby cradle, like father, like dunk. As he even rocked the old-school Phoenix Suns jersey, short shorts and high-socks for an inspired imitation. But under the magicians cloak, those Los Angeles natives in attendance draped in gold wish he had turned into someone turning back the clock and wearing a Lakers jersey (those Lonzo assists with the ball would have helped). As what would have been a long awaited, eagerly anticipated home-team representation turned into an Akron homecoming for the Ohio hometown hero like LeBron in the Kings land once the trade deadline passed.

Pops Nance loved it though after he himself played the lions share of his career in Cleveland as a Cavalier. Even assisting his boy on his second slam, before he blew the house down with a windmill that even rocked Chris Rock and then double tapped an Instagram worthy picture perfect dunk that if your phone blinked, you’d have had to instant replay it to not miss it and believe it. But all this court creativity wasn’t enough like Maverick rookie Dennis Smith Jr.’s 360 reverse, through the legs 50. Or All-Star Victor Oladipo getting an assist off King T’Challa himself Chadwick Boseman, suiting up in the Black Panther mask and clawing a tomahawk. And if you think that was special, if only you were a fly on the wall for the moment entertainment megastar Jamie Foxx told Vic he loved his album and started singing ‘A Song For You’ with him in the parking lot (as told by Sports Illustrated’s Lee Jenkins). As Utah’s jazz man Donovan Mitchell won by jumping over Kevin Hart and his family (Come on! How hard is that? The comedian was even crouched down. Seriously?! He could have even been sat on his shoulders and Mitch would have been good), and then breaking out the classic Vince Carter Raptor jersey and doing you know what.

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The whole weekend turned out to be a testament to a throwback tribute despite Nike’s brand new Team LeBron and Steph duds. Last years All-Star representative, Pelican Anthony Davis paying tribute to his injury fallen teammate brother Cousins by wearing what would have been his numero zero jersey. Free agent suitors beware, DeMarcus is going nowhere now this summer after this. You see he saw on I.G. but look at the shot. How s### was his seat for a would be player?

But after Black Eyed Pea Fergie caught flack for her soulful and sultry rendition of the Star Spangled Banner national anthem (hey, you didn’t complain when Marvin did it) the game hit all the high-flying, dunking high-notes. So much so fans needed throat lozenges like Pink! Even if there wasn’t a single Clipper or Laker representative in the game itself. Despite the lobbying for 6 Man, Lou Will and new Laker Isaiah Thomas only recently being LeBron’s actual teammate.

The King took the MVP crown himself as his 29 points, 10 rebounds and 8 assists helped turn a 15 point hole into a 148-145 victory. And from the look on his face as he leapt into Kevin Durant’s arms of all people, it looked like he just won the NBA Championship back. And from the look on Steph’s face on the receiving end reply it was hard to disagree.

You may be the champion, but I’m the best in the world those eyes said.

Well it’s up to you to decide when round 2 of the All Star draft is televised next year for all to see in M.J.’s land of the greatest.

Charlotte’s going to be good!

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Is Isaiah Thomas IT For The Lakers?



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IT Came On A Hollywood Night

It’s All-Star break this weekend in Los Angeles, but the Lakers already have a new one since the trade deadline to lead their young core in the heart of the city. Even if Team LeBron didn’t pick him for Sundays pick up.

But how long will IT last?

Right now in the NBA the amount of movers is really putting the shakers on teams. So much so that in regards to loyalty in this league it’s even colder than the Olympics in Pyeonchang, South Korea right now. But then again it is the Winter after all. Recently Cleveland cleaned house and LeBron’s land for some Cavalier moves. Jettisoning several All-Star points for their changing of the guard. Including former MVP Derrick Rose, ‘Bron brodie Dwyane Wade back to the Heat of Miami, South Beach and even the guy they traded Kyrie for.

Yep that’s right after summer swapping Irving for Isaiah, the Cavs sent Thomas along with versatile big-man vet Channing Frye to Lakerland. In return they got the buckets of ‘Sixth Man’ sure thing Jordan Clarkson and another Akron hometown hero in the form of Larry Nance Jr.

And although the Lakers picked-up a certified All-Star with Iverson kill at will, little man syndrome scoring a lot of fans where left tweeting negative emojis and gifs following the deadline deal. And not because their new number seven seal was a former Boston Celtic great only a season ago. Or that the former tooth chipper is now a befallen superstar by way of injury. More that the Lake Show loved the young Ball, Ingram, Kuzma, Randle and Zubac core that has lost it’s first big time players of the future since the de-loading trade of D’Angelo Russell last summer.

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Clarkson was a class act and there from the luck of the late round steal start. Whereas when Nance Jr. ran the floor like his pops all the bleachers snapped shut, tilted up. Lakerland finally thought they would see their own slamming son represent them in the Slam Dunk Contest he should surely win now like father, like dunk today. But now he’ll be doing it all for one and one for all.

But with the fast tracked pace of the Lakers new speedy dynamite dynamo it could still be Showtime again for Magic’s men like when Earvin Johnson was kissing another Isiah Thomas hello in the golden era 80’s. But this Isaiah Thomas-so long as he can ball in the same backcourt as Ball once injury time gives way to the Lavar…excuse me the Lonzo Angeles Lakers-could attract even more free agents like the expected homecoming of Paul George from the Thunder to the purple reign this offseason. Even if rumour has a Black Panther/Killmonger like relationship between this point prince and the King of the Ohio land.

But if it’s between LeBron as a Laker or another one of James’ sidekicks than who do you think will hold the headlines for tomorrows Los Angeles Times? Especially as Isaiah could aim higher than coming off the bench this summer as a free agent without restriction himself. His big contract coming off the books with Channing’s (Frye not Hollywood’s Tatum), another big three big in Brook Lopez and another former All-Star in Luol Deng (yep…he’s still here).

All these multiples of millions would surely make for a kings ransom.

This could be it, so lets enjoy I.T. whilst he lasts.

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Nuggets Jamal Murray breaks Steven Adams Ankles with Filthy Handles



Nuggets Jamal Murray Breaks Steven Adams Ankles Filthy Handles

Denver Nuggets Guard Jamal Murray breaks OKC Thunder center Steven Adams ankles with his filthy and deadly combination of handles and three-point shooting. Murray was sensational finishing with 33 points, 5 assists and 3 rebounds in a thrilling 127-124 victory. The Canadian guard (Kitchener, ON) is having the best year of his NBA career and has arguably become best Canadian basketball player in the NBA. The 6’4″, 207 lbs guard is flourishing under Head  Coach Mike Malone’s system and is averaging a respectable 16 points per game, 3.6 rebounds and 3 assists per game through 50 regular season games including a career-high 38-point outburst against the Portland Trail Blazers.

BTW. I can watch this all day!

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