Tonight the Timberwolves (7-4) face off against the Wizards (2-7) for the second time this season. The first game saw the Wolves winning by 22 points in dominant fashion, hitting 17 threes, and shooting 53% from the field. They’ll look to do much of the same tonight, hoping to bring their winning streak to 3
Category: Spence’s Two Cents
Tonight the San Antonio Spurs (5-5) square off against the Minnesota Timberwolves (6-4) in what is a must win for both. I know, it’s early in the season, but in the Western Conference every game counts. The Spurs are 1 game behind the Timberwolves and a win would knock the Wolves out of the top
Andrew Wiggins entered the league with absurdly high expectations which has subjected to him to a lot of unfair scrutiny. After all, his numbers in his first 5 seasons aren’t that bad, in fact, from 2014-2019 his numbers weren’t much different than Jimmy Butlers or Klay Thompsons, yet he’s received a massive amount of criticism.
Yesterday was the greatest day of the year: Sports Equinox. The one day where the NHL, MLB, NFL, and NBA all play games on the same day. Yet again, the NBA showed itself to be the best league of the four, with another exciting night of basketball, full of story lines. Here are a few:
Will the recent title be enough to keep Kawhi in Toronto? Will Kevin Durant spite the Warriors and leave for New York? Will Kyrie prove that the Earth is indeed flat? Find out here!
Remember kids, wishes do come true, for LeBron James at least. Luke Walton is gone, Magic Johnson, the former star whom LeBron has been compared to many times throughout his career, gone. Now, the trade that he was pushing for last season has finally happened. Not only did he get Anthony Davis, the most talented