This is the first TWD thing I have read since the finale. I guess it jaded me so bad that I don't care for previews. After all they are just going to say "the best episode ever" "shocking" "intense", etc. The finale made me not want to watch Fear the Walking Dead. In fact, I deleted all Fear scheduled recordings. The back half of the season turned TWD from a top 5 show of mine to something I don't mind patiently waiting for.
No way Curry should be suspended. However, the NBA should be giving him a call for his behavior. 1. the toss into the stands is a definite safety issue. 2. His dressing down, and aggressive approach of 2 officials after the call and then again after the technical foul is the bigger issue.
This is my non-biased take on the series. A. Its on odd series in the fact that the stars haven't played up to billing. B. Very physical series. C. Poor officiating at time, but I see it as down the middle. D. Tristan Thompson is earning his payday. E. Cavs can win game 7 but JR Smith or Love have to produce. F. Officials need to discuss the way they call LBJ's physicality and come up with some consistency. G. Curry has hurt his image a bit this series. H. Cavs could really use a guy like Livingston that can hit mid-range jumpers.
My thoughts exactly. Take your licks, shut your mouth and go under the radar for a year or two. Some one will hire him. If Bobby Petrino got another chance so will Briles.
Great comment Bucktail. The talent is there, often 3 deep at most positions, just young and unproven. Someone needs to step up at DL, OL, WR and Secondary. It doesn't matter if its a certain player because the guy behind him is potentially just as good. Good time to be a Buckeye.
My opinion is that starting in the top 10 is fine. We all know ND will lose 2-3 games based on their schedule, we play MI and OK, LSU plays a tough schedule, Stanford will Clemson unless they play Stanford football and FSU has a little rebuilding as well. Both Bama and Clemson deserve to be in the top 5.
That is the only way to read it Nappy.
I shut the game off 5 minutes into the 3rd to watch Game of Thrones. Best decision I made all weekend.
I too preferred BvS over X-Men. Civil War was 10 steps ahead of both.
Wolverine was great and very violent. He looked like a caveman.
That is the weirdest top " " list I have seen in a while, especially from a 5* kid.
Three things will define this series. Both come on the Cavs defensive side of the ball. (1). You cannot play normal defense against the Warriors. You have to take away the 3 instead of the 2. You practically have to overplay both Curry and Thompson every time they receive the ball outside the arc. (2). How well the Cavs respond to being down. Warriors are a team with high spurtability. Cavs will find themselves down 10-15 points several times this series. The key is how well they respond. (3). JR Smith needs to be focused the entire series. Even if he isn't hitting his shots, his defense will be invaluable if his head is right.
Seems like he may be better suited for a smaller university. Possibly one where he could be a big fish in a little pond.