Keeping the theme of Top 5’s continuing, this post will focus on my top 5 NBA prospects for this years draft. #1.) Anthony Edwards I have Anthony Edwards as my top prospect for this class because of the scoring potential/skill that he possesses. In my eyes he will be a three level NBA scorer in … More My Top 5 Prospects in the 2019-20 Draft.
With the world currently in lockdown it might be hard to remember that Tuesday, May 19th, was supposed to be the NBA Draft Lottery. For us Celtics fans that day will be of little relevance barring a catastrophic collapse in the end of the season for the Memphis Grizzlies. With that being said, the Draft … More My Celtics Wishlist on Draft Night (Whenever that might be).
What is it that Bill Russell’s Celtics, Tim Duncan’s Spurs, Michael Jordan’s Bulls and Stephen Curry’s Warriors all have in common? Obviously, there four of the NBA’s most dominant dynasties of all time. But why is that? Again, the obvious answer is well, Bill Russell, Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan and Steph Curry are pretty damn … More Why this Celtics team has the potential to be something special.
Just like when Mexico seem to visit to play the US national team, you don’t expect to see 3 points, it just doesn’t happen. We are Mexico and Canada is the US in this scenario. It’s been something like 34 years since Canada last beat the United States, and today that streak has ended. Pathetic … More Atrocious USA Lose 2-0 to Canada…
I know, I know, Roberto Firmino has genuinely been one of the best players in the league in the first month of play.. In fact, Firmino averaged the highest Match Rating per game leading up to International Break. But there are also some underlying statistics that show that he has honestly just been unlucky. First … More I know it’s scary to think about but can Roberto Firmino get better…?
There really is not much to be said about this game, one word really describes the entire 90 minutes… Dominant. Liverpool Football Club went out there and stepped on the throat of Arsenal for 90 straight minutes yesterday, the first time we’ve seen a full 90 played like we know they are able to. I … More Anfield Woes continue for Arsenal as Liverpool dominate 3-1.
Let’s just say that the first half did not go to plan. Klopp experimented with the squad for this “final”, resting Firmino and Trent and playing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on the wing, Mane down the middle, Salah on the opposite wing, a midfield three of Milner, Henderson and Fabinho, with a back 4 of Gomez, Matip, … More Super Cup, Liverpool v. Chelsea, Post Match Thoughts
I’m just a beloved football fan from Boston Massachusetts, a devoted Liverpool fan and a dream about American “Soccer” royalty. I played “soccer” in high school, I wasn’t bad, made a league all star but in the grand scheme of things that’s nothing. I was a big forward that made a living from being stronger … More Mixed Emotions, the American Dream v. The Beloved Reds
A damper mood than it should for Liverpool as they enter the tunnels at halftime up 4-0. The games gone well obviously, but everyone is biting their lips and praying that our very own Alisson isn’t seriously injured. Trying to put the ball into play quickly he slipped and went down, a non- contact injury … More Premier League is Back! Liverpool v. Norwich City, Post Match Thoughts
First thing I want to point out, Liverpool lost this game 1-1 (5-4) in penalties, watched Manchester City lift the trophy and half heartedly celebrate, yet to me I don’t feel as if we lost that game at all. To me I feel a sense of confidence I haven’t felt about this upcoming season. I … More Community Shield: Manchester City V. Liverpool, Post Match Thoughts