In the world of professional sports, a championship window is the set period of time in which a team has its greatest chance of winning its league’s title.
It probably did. LeBron’s return probably destroyed this bridge.
You have no idea what a huge impact this will have on the NBA, Cleveland, and the world.
When we complain about not winning a game or being eliminated it sounds like the spoiled rich kid who throws a tantrum because his parents bought him a 2013 Mercedes-Benz but he wanted the newest model.
As everyone who is simultaneously immersed in the dual fantasy worlds of comic books and social justice knows, there are very few morbidly obese superheroes.
In honor of the NBA Finals, NBA players read the hilarious hate they receive everyday.
The sale is being priced at an astronomical 2 billion dollars, more than twice the second highest sale of an NBA team, 550 million dollars.
There’s hardly any so who cares?
I just realized it’s actually Friday.
How could the Clippers still pick up a basketball after knowing that the man they worked for was ignorant enough to express such profanities?