Archive for June, 2015

NBA Champs Facing Big Decision this Summer

June 28, 2015

  Warrior fans may be seeing these three together again…but only in an ugly All-Star game uni

Draymond Green is a unique basketball player. He does everything well. He can score in the post, facing up, off the dribble, and from the perimeter. He runs the floor well, can lead the break, and is a good passer. On the other end, he guards wings and bigs as well as anyone in the league. He gets his hands in passing lanes and protects the rim. Green also is a vocal leader beloved by teammates and looks irreplaceable based on everything he does for the Warriors.

Green’s contract situation is also unique. (more…)


Draft Rewind – Houston Texans

June 17, 2015

With the NFL Draft in the rearview mirror and training camps a few weeks away, we continue to take a look back at each team’s hits and misses over the past 25 years.

The Texans have only been in the league 13 years, so they don’t have a significant database to pull from. Let’s check them out anyway.


1. J.J. Watt, DL, Wisconsin. 1st round, #11 overall in 2011.

You could make an argument that Watt’s first four seasons in the league have been as good as the first four of the best DL ever: Reggie White, Deacon Jones, Joe Greene, and Alan Page. He has been that dominant. The numbers are staggering: 57 sacks in 64 starts (another five sacks in four playoff games) and 37 passes knocked down. He is a destructive force and has the work ethic to get even better. (more…)

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