Paul George: the End of an Era

“You either win a championship, or play long enough to see your franchise president become the villain.”

Paul George can attest to that.

The Indiana Pacers were swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first round of the playoffs, making that  A frustrated star itching to leave, this won’t help convince Paul George to stay. With that in mind, I wanted to look at the star forward’s years in Indiana, a chapter for this franchise:

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Tales from Free Agency: Chris Paul

The Los Angeles Clippers fell short (again) in the playoffs, losing to the Utah Jazz in seven games. After losing time and time again, it appears Chris Paul is headed out of Los Angeles, with a player option on his contract. For a top-five point guard in this league, and nine time All-Star, I’d say there are plenty of options:

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Atlanta Hawks: What’s Next?

The Atlanta Hawks fell to the Washington Wizards in the first round, 4-2, almost completely ensuring Paul Millsap’s departure. Facing a season without their only superstar, what’s awaiting Atlanta in the off-season?

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Second Round Threats

The second round of the playoffs has commenced. The main highlight are teams that get the best of seven and move forward, though the playoffs are also home to historical performances by individuals. Listed below are four players who threaten their team’s opponent in stuffing the stat sheet, and earning their team wins along the way:

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Chicago Bulls, What’s Next?

The Bulls were eliminated from the playoffs in the first round by the Boston Celtics, Saturday night in Chicago. It was a controversial season, and a couple changes are sure to come. What’s next for Bulls Nation?

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Thoughts on the NA LCS Finals

This weekend marked the end of the 2017 NA LCS Spring Split. The finals ended with a nail-biting 3-2 series leaving Team Solo Mid as the split champions once again.

Though the finals were exciting to watch, as a TSM fan I can only describe the finals as a clusterfuck, not because I was upset by the ending, but because of the sloppiness with which TSM closed the series.

Both teams played very well but the first two games showed that TSM could easily beat Cloud 9.

If you don’t know much about League of legends games, typically the faster the game the more convincing the win.

The average game time for professional games is probably around 30-35 minutes. TSM took the first game in 28 minutes (pretty fast).

They then took the second game in just over 22 minutes, that’s faster than any previous TSM victory this split. TSM could have taken 48 minutes to win game three and still would have set the record for fastest finals win in NA LCS history. But that isn’t what happened.

C9 proceeded to take the next two games, don’t get me wrong they played well but it was obvious TSM was choking. And with the threat of a reverse sweep TSM needed to shape up.

Luckily for TSM fans they did, and though the final game was thrilling to watch (picture me screaming at my computer instead of studying for a test) it was a little too close for comfort and hopefully showed TSM what they needed to work on in the coming weeks.

The next League of Legends tournament is the Mid-Season Invitational, where the winner of the spring split from each region will face off against each other in Brazil. This is the true test. TSM has showed that they are the best in the region but now they need to prove they can stand their own on an international level.


Memphis Grizzlies: What’s Next?

The Memphis Grizzlies certainly fought hard, but fell to the San Antonio Spurs in the first round of the playoffs (again). After an impressive push on the second best team in the league, the Grizzlies may be just one piece away from playoff contention. It’s almost summer, but what will that mean for Memphis?

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