LeBron James achieves another impressive milestone last night, only needing 13 points to pass MJ on the list and ended up scoring 31 in the loss to the Nuggets. This gives basketball fans another chance to argue who is ultimately the greatest of all time. Is it Jordan? Is it James?
This guy is a good dude. After wearing number 34 with the Nationals since 2012 he’s deciding to wear a different number after signing with the Phillies on a 13 year, 330 million dollar death sentence.
Leveon Bell is officially free from the Steelers, as was his Hope, however where he ends up is still technically a mystery.
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.