Yes, you are reading this correctly. DeMarcus Cousins has just signed for the Golden State Warriors. Surely they’ve ruined the league this time.
Well, it’s official. LeBron James has ditched Cleveland and will play for the Los Angeles Lakers. I mean, it’s a big move, but the Lakers? Really?
Well, the important part of the NBA Draft is over, so let us gleefully pick through the wreckage and laugh at the losers.
Now that we know the Cavaliers will face the Warriors in the NBA Finals, we know that LeBron’s magic run is about to be halted. Shame.
Morning! Overnight we’ve discovered the expanse of China buying our government, the finite lifespan of the PS4 and how much we’re no closer to determining the Rookie of the Year.
Monday. Hooray. Overnight, LeBron’s Cavs were stopped by a bunch of kids, the latest Newspoll confused us and the Toronto police succeeded where the Avengers failed.
Friday. Tally-ho. Overnight, Donald Trump explained yesterday’s insanity (sort of), the mass school shooting problem was solved (not really) and Russell Westbrook found love (kinda)
Wednesday. The day that is like every other day. By the way, the Government’s welfare plan was knocked, a palatial mansion was sold in Mt Druitt and the Warriors chose to not come out and play.
With the Golden State Warriors riding into the NBA finals on the back of a toaster, we look back at some other examples of enchanted curio that crippled teams in the past. Because sport is stupid.
Many an NBA player has been challenged by a nobody. But, as they’ve destroyed us, forever documented on the Internet, we should not to be too quick to judge the outcome.
Sport is defined by those who win. But for those who cannot, the method of losing to win comes to the fore – otherwise known as tanking.
Lord, it’s early. What happened while you were asleep? Well, truth bombs hit Greens HQ on QandA, KD moves to GSW, and the paparazzi foiled once and for all.
LeBron James bringing his hometown Cavaliers their first championship is a Hollywood tale. Problem is, it’s been done.
Morning, all. Trump bends to the new Muslim Mayor of London (sort of), a ball chooses a new career, and an MP might be looking for a new one.
Avoiding completely bagging “the West” over Perth Glory, Jack Howes focuses on the positives, like Marlon Samuels and his brilliant send-off of Ben Stokes, plus other sporty stuff in his weekly #HotTaekes.
Brett Pearce brings you this week’s bit of good news — Five-year-old JP Gibson was recruited to the Utah Jazz basketball team for one excellent day.