Manny Machado made his extremely anticlimactic free agency decision by choosing a 10 year, $300 million deal offered by the Padres, the largest free agent signing in MLB history. His other possible destinations were Philadelphia and Chicago (White Sox).
The 3 Point Contest was loaded with lethal shooters, including the Curry brothers, Devin Booker, and the really, really old Dirk Nowitzki.
The final game before the All Star Break was a matchup between the Warriors and Blazers in Portland. The game started off as a battle and was entertaining basketball between two very good western conference teams.
We’ve seen nothing but greatness from Giannis, Kawhi, and Harden. All 3 players have contributed greatly to their team’s success and are having incredible seasons. But there’s a 4th player that should be talked about when mentioning the NBA MVP trophy.
So many intriguing trades have fired off in the last 48 hours.
I wanna start off with some simple math. 6 divided by 18 is .33333333, or some say 33%. 9 divided by 18 is .50. 6 divided by 9 is .66. Why do these matter? Six rings in 9 tries over 18 years equals domination. The Patriots won the Super Bowl last night and even though I was way too sloshed to remember everything, the highlights refreshed my rotten memory.
The trade deadline is less than a week away and there’s already been the same amount of petty drama and rumors as a private high school in California. Yesterday, we saw the Knicks basically trade their best player, Kristaps Porzingis, to the Mavericks for a pack of gum and a 2 dollar bill.