Stick to Basketball! Russel Westbrook Cant Stop Singing in Spanish

Russel Westbrook having some time off and taking advantage of the off season.
Westbrook was seen having fun singing and dancing in Spanish and while we were not that impressed it’s still something worth watching. Besides, it’s as funny as hell.
Watch Russell Westbrook singing in Spanish.
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Gregg Popovich’s message about Tim Duncan

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After Duncan announced that he’s no longer playing in the NBA for the next season, San Antonio Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich said Tuesday his message about the future Hall of Famer.

“He’s irreplaceable. It can’t happen,” Popovich said. “We’re all unique. I guess each one of us is unique. But he’s been so important to so many people, it’s just mind boggling. To think that he’s going to be gone makes it really difficult to imagine walking into practice, going to a game, getting on the bus, taking him a piece of carrot cake — whatever it might be.
“You don’t see Timmy beating his chest as if he was the first human being to dunk the basketball, as a lot of people do these days. He’s not pointing to the sky. He’s not glamming to the cameras. He just plays, and we’ve seen it for so long it’s become almost mundane. But it’s so special that it has to be remembered.”
Coach Popovich commended Duncan for being humble throughout his career in the NBA. He is really different from other NBA players. He just do what he does, just go out there and get the W. You’ll never see Tim do a stare down after he posterizes someone. That’s why it’s really hard for everyone to accept the fact that one of the greatest journeys in the NBA has come to an end.

Although Duncan will no longer be in the court playing, Popovich don’t think that he’ll see Tim going up and down the sidelines much. Popovich said that he will do everything to keep Duncan around the Spurs as long as he possibly can, because Duncan means that much to everyone in the Spurs organization.

NBA Playoffs – First Round Prediction (Western Conference)

As the playoffs get started already. Let’s analyze the following match up in Western Conference

Golden Stats Warriors (1) vs. Houston Rockets (8)
This is going to be a battle between the 2 best scorer in the league, Curry and Harden. Most likely, they will be cancelling each other, but the main concern for Houston is the guys around Harden, can they step up and match up with the veteran players of GSW?

Prediction: Golden State Warriors in 4.

San Antonio Spurs (2) vs. Memphis Grizzlies (7)
Memphis can go toe-to-toe with San Antonio, if Marc Gasol and Mike Conley is not injured. Although, Memphis don’t have their top 2 players, I think San Antonio still needs to grind there way to win against this gritty Memphis team.

Prediction: San Antonio Spurs in 4

Oklahoma City Thunder (3) vs. Dallas Mavericks (6)
Dallas needs to face the Oklahoma City with their undermanned roster. They lost Chandler Parson due to Knee Injury and Deron Williams is still questionable to play. And they have another concern, that the duo of Durant and Westbrook, arguably the best duo right now in the NBA. Dallas will have a slim chance of winning this series if Dirk Nowitzki can turn back the hands of time.

Prediction: Oklahoma City Thunders in 5.

Los Angeles Clippers (4) vs. Portland Trailblazers (5)
This is going to be the most intriguing match up in the Western Conference. This is going to be Chris Paul against Damien Lillard, JJ Redick against CJ McCollum and Jamal Crawford against Allen Crabbe. That’s going to be the match ups that we need to look on this series. Pretty much equal in terms of back court, the only problem for Portland is Blake Griffin is back to DeAndre Jordan in the paint. And other than that. I think the experience and composure will be the biggest factor on this series. And that what’s lacking in Portland.

Prediction: Los Angeles Clippers in 5.

Jeremy Lin’s ‘Linsanity’ Revisited

After his historical rise to NBA stardom, the biggest sports story of 2013 –Jeremy Lin, once again unleashed the Linsanity spirit when he dropped 35 points in the Hornet’s recent battle against Toronto Raptors.
Lin became the first NBA player to score at least 20 points and have seven assists in each of his first five starts. Lin scored 89, 109, and 136 points in his first three, four, and five career starts, respectively, all three of which are the most by any player since the merger between the American Basketball Association (ABA) and the NBA in 1976–77.
In his 12 starts before the All-Star break in 2013, Lin averaged 22.5 points and 8.7 assists, and New York had a 7-0 winning streak record. He played in the Rising Stars Challenge during NBA All-Star Weekend. He was omitted from the original Rising Stars roster, but was added after his sudden rise to stardom. Some media outlets—including USA Today, Los Angeles Times, and—stated that he deserved to play in the All-Star Game.
He made 136 points in his first five games as a starter surpassing Shaquille O’ Neal’s record at 129. He had 25 points against the new jersey nets, 25 points as a starter versus the Utah Jazz, 23 points against Washington Wizards, 38 points against the 16-time NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers and outscored Kobe Bryant, 20 points against the Minnesota Timberwolves, and 27 points against the Toronto Raptors, wherein he scored a game winning three-point shot with half a second to play. Now that’s LINSANITY!
His rags-to-riches Lin-derella story is enough to inspire millions of people who dream to make it someday in their chosen field. It took a Lin to reawaken a city that never sleeps and energize the whole of basketball world again, not seen since the Michael Jordan era. For all the Lin-sanity fever, for being a Lin-spiration and for popping up creative Linisms in the net, and for rejuvenating the passion for basketball worldwide, his meteoric rise to stardom is indeed something to celebrate and give honor with.
After New York Knicks, he went to the Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers, and now with the Charlotte Hornets.
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