Jarrett lacks the speed and arm to compete in the Big Ten. I think he's a good fit for the SEC. Walker on the other hand is from big ten country. He has Big Ten speed and strength, similar to a Melvin Gordon, Tevin Coleman, Carlos Hyde.
Celtics are getting away with murder. Meanwhile, Cavs get called for breathing on them.
Noonkick.com is amazing
I like the Oregon pick. I can see them losing to MSU but rebounding to make the playoffs.
Crowder is tryna be a Deshawn Stevenson. What a dickhead.
I wish we brought back the old blue alternates from the old lebron era
Is it just me, or does it seem like they're pumping fake crowd noise?
Kyrie playing like a true PG right now. Such a well-rounded game.
I'm still bitter that Smart didn't declare for the 2013 draft.
One in garbage time.
Lol at Zeke's and Spencer's faces
All I heard up to the game was how focused and changed they were after that loss to Oklahoma. This Alabama team was blood thirsty after the Ole Miss loss. They became a very close team. Everyone was calling it Saban's finest coaching job. Most of their starters had never won anything big. This wasn't like 2013 Bama, which was a complacent team living off the previous teams' success. Many Bama fans absolutely loved the 2014 team. It reminded them of the 2009 and 2011 teams.
I read from the insiders at BamaOnline that practice had a playoff atmosphere leading up to the game. The team sounded as focused and prepared as ever. Cooper is trying to justify his personal shitty performance. Dude couldn't get separation from Doran and Apple all night long. Overrated trash.
Tuesday I believe.
Good win by the Cavs. I liked seeing Love go at it more. Kyrie is incredible. LeBron was typical LeBron.
Warriner is Garbage™
In recent history Ohio State has dominated the SEC. Also, I'm not sure when FSU became an SEC team.
Definitely. That's what's frustrating.
I got Cavs over Spurs in 7. Could go either way. I think the Bulls and Rockets are the two biggest pretenders. Harden is just a manufactured superstar, and Butler is hardly anything special at all. The Warriors are good, but they don't have the star power to compete with the Cavs or Spurs. Curry is a top ten player in the league, but he's no LeBron or Kyrie Irving.
Braxton's start was terrific. His acceleration is insane.
I think JG chose Tennessee because we just won the national championship and already have something special built here. He wants to build something special of his own, and Tennessee has the tools for him to that. He'll stand out more there rather than here.