Junior lefty Rex Hill will take the rubber on Sunday. He is 1-1 with a 4.91 ERA. TCU is coming off a series win over TCU over the weekend and a 6-4 win at Rice on Tuesday. The Horned Frogs had their backs against the wall against Rice. With five outs left to spare TCU rallied to win the game.
Though the Hawks may have finally figured him in Game 6 where he allowed 5 goals on 30 saves, the playoff veteran knew how to get his composure back for a big win. Judging by Game 1 where the teams went into overtime with a 0-0 tie, we could already sense this was going to be the best series. Whoever you were rooting for, at least you were entertained by the most intense series of the playoffs so far. We can only hope for more series like this in the upcoming
In the 1984 NBA Finals, Johnson again encountered rival Larry Bird, who had signed with the Boston Celtics. This was the first of several match-ups between the two teams. The Celtics beat the Lakers in a tight competition—four games to three—for the 1984 championship. The Lakers, however, took down the Celtics the following year in the finals. Johnson was named one of the 50 greatest players in NBA history in 1996, and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002.
After playing a tough semifinal they were able to qualify against an amazing team, who consisted of a player almost as talented as CJ and he came in 6’10”. The game had been fast paced. The crowd was in awe as they witnesses two of the best players in the state play an astounding game of basketball. They maintained a tied game until the last few minutes where the game would depend on whoever held position of the ball at the end, it was that close. Only eight seconds before the timer went out the opposing team managed to put in a three- point shot.
The Los Angeles Lakers finished the 2000-2001 season with a 56-26 record and went on the win the NBA Finals over the 76’ers. The Golden State Warriors finished the 2015-2016 season with a 73-9 record, one of the best records in NBA history. They ended up losing to the Cleveland Cavaliers in 7 games in the finals. Shaq
That NBA draft Kobe was drafted 13th overall by the Charlotte Bobcats, but then traded to the LA Lakers. In Kobe’s basketball career he went on to win 5 NBA Championships, 1 MVP award, NBA All-Rookie Team, 3 time All-NBA team, 3 time All-defensive Team, 2 time NBA finals MVP, 3 time NBA All-star game MVP, and the defensive player of the year. Outside of the NBA Kobe has won 2 Gold olympic medals for basketball. Ever since a young age Kobe knew that he was going to make it big. He did this all because of his amazing work ethic and love for the game.
Since 2006, he has not missed the playoffs. Whether they were the teams with the best players around him or the worst players around him, King James will always find a way to get to the postseason. He has ruled the east, the odds on favorite in many matchups in recent years. Let us look at 2016, his Cavs have swept the east up until the ECF matchup against the Raptors, where they are up 3-2, the wins have been a shellacking and losses, close to the last few minutes. 2015, he carried a hobbled Cavs all the way to the NBA Finals and no team in the east even posed a threat on the way.
To start off my list Wilt Chamberlain is definitely up in my list. Being a center that played for 76’ers, San Francisco Warriors, and Lakers. He won 2 Nba championships. One with the 76’ers in 1967 and the Lakers in 1972 a year before he retired. 13-time All-Star, 10-time All-NBA selection, Rookie of the Year (1959-60), and Hall of Fame.
His most expensive pairs of shoes are (Flu Game). The price for them are $104,000. He made his first record against the Boston Celtics with 63 points. Jordan played with the Chicago Bulls for 14 years, 1984 to 1998 and with the Washington Wizards for two years, 2001 to 2003. He won his first mvp in 1990-1991.
Then, he returned to lead in scoring for seven consecutive seasons, averaging nearly 33 points a night. Arguably the best all-around player on both sides of the court. Won the MVP five times (1988, 1991, 1992, 1996, and 1998) and Defensive Player of the Year (1988). Doing all this in fashion as he stuck his tongue out, as he embarrassed you in front of millions of on-lookers. Winning two gold medals, after taking his
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Syracuse and UConn are no strangers to playing each other. The former Big East foes have met 49 times over the years and the two teams will square off for the National Championship on Tuesday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. For Breanna Stewart and the Huskies, they are searching for their fourth straight title. If UConn (37-0) can pull off the victory, it would be the first time in Division I women 's basketball that such a feat has been accomplished. Only UCLA, with seven in a row from 1967-73, has done it on the men 's side.