SORT BY Relevancy
Yesterday I talked more about the Eastern Conference and who I thought would make the 2014-15 NBA playoffs. To me, there is a three-tier system, with Cleveland, Chicago and Toronto at the top, Indiana, Washington and Charlotte in the middle, then the rest of the East will be... well, irrelevant. Today, I'll go over the West, which also has a three-team tier at the top, with the rest of the teams looking up at them. The Dallas Mavericks are the team to look for when it comes to sneaking into that upper-echilon of teams.
1A- NY Yankee starting Pitcher CC Sebathia's knee woes??
1B- Why are the NY Mets struggling??
2A- Juan Manuel Marquez beats Mike Alvarado in unanimous decision.
3A- Aaron Hernandez indicted for 2 more murders??
4A- Donald Sterling refuses to pay the fine imposed by the NBA and another taped recording surfaces with Sterling talking to his friend Maserati.
4B- Stan Van Gundy named President and Head Coach of the Detroit Pistons.
4C- Who should the Brooklyn Nets keep and who needs to go and why??
4D- Steve Kerr spurns the NY Knicks and takes the Head Coaching job with the Golden St. Warriors. Where do the NY Knicks go from here?? Rumors of Kevin Love on the Knicks radar??
4E- Eastern and Western Conference Finals Previews.
For the first time in what seems like forever, I'll be going over the NBA world when it comes to the 2014-15 season. Who should the top eight teams be in the Eastern and Western Conferences be, come playoff time? Is Cleveland just one of the top four or so teams in the East? Or with LeBron James and the shooters he will essentially bring with him, should they be the favorites? As far as the West is concerned, are there any new teams that could sneak up on the likes of San Antonio, Oklahoma City and the Los Angeles Clippers?
1A- Kid Chocolate wins again!!
1B- Bernard Hopkins at 48 retains his light heavyweight title.
2A- NY Jets destroyed by the Cincinnati Bengals 49-9
2B- NY Giants beat the Philadelphia Eagles for 2nd straight win.
2C- The NFC East and other surprises in the NFL.
3A- Rumors and predicitions on Kevin Durant's future. Will he leave OKC to join James Harden and Dwight Howard in Houston to form the next super power in the NBA??
3B- The NBA Western Conference Preview!!
The boys are staying on schedule as they give you a breakdown of the Group of Death in this upcoming world cup and how the United States will fair against Germany, Portugal, and Ghana. We will also be breaking down the rest of the groups in the World Cup, giving you our personal analysis on who we believe will raise the trophy in Rio! The boys will also be breaking down Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals. Are the Thunder the new favorites? Are the Spurs going to rebound and clear the skies in San Antonio? Cory and Jarett are your analysts at midnight, giving everything you need to know for this upcoming World Cup as well as the Western Conference Finals! Tune in at midnight for some midnight madness!
Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, we recap what an entertaining race at Eldora where Bubba Wallace Jr took the victory on the dirt! What were my thoughts on the race? Tune in and find out! We will also finish looking at the Western Conference teams and my thoughts on what they did in free agency! Top headlines and more as we are LIVE on a Wednesday night edition of Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen
Tonight, Tate's Take delivers a complete breakdown of the NBA's Western Conference showdown featuring the Grizzlies of Memphis (29-15,12-8road) traveling to Oklahoma City to challenge the Thunder (34-11,19-3home). In the 2nd game on the format, 1 of the hottest teams in the NBA led by All-Star David Lee Golden State Warriors (28-17,14-6home) playing host to Dirk Nowitzki & the Dallas Mavericks (19-26,7-17road). Can OKC rebound to take the NBA's best overall record from the Spurs @ 1 & half games behind?...and how will Memphis perform after trading their franchise player Rudy Gay to Toronto on Wednesday? These questions answered tonight on Tate's Take!
Marc Griffin and Phil Boileau are joined by special guest Dwight Walton of TSN Radio to breakdown the NBA Western Conference Playoffs:
Houston Rockets vs. Portland Trailblazers.
Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors.
Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Memphis Grizzlies.
San Antonio Spurs. vs. Dallas Mavericks.
Plus our NBA Finals picks, and a special surprise to mark the one year anniversary of HoopsLounge.com
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