LeBron and his failed feat of chasing the “ghost” of Chicago

After leading the Cavs to a game 7 victory over the Golden State Warriors in 2016, LeBron James owned the basketball world. He captured his 3rd championship, his 3rd finals MVP, and he (with the help of Kyrie) ended Cleveland’s 52-year drought without a professional sports championship.

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Greatest Power Forwards in NBA History

Establishing the order of this list was harder than any other position ranked list I’ve ever done. You could make a legitimate case for at least five of the players on this list taking the number one spot and each were so similar in skill that I almost felt bad putting one over the other.

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Boogie Cousins is a Warrior; It’s time to step up or stop complaining.

Two nights ago the NBA world received the biggest news it’s heard in YEARS with Lebron James opting out of his contract and taking his talents to the Los Angeles Lakers. It was the most powerful move of the off-season, that is until the two time defending champs Golden State Warriors made an unfathomable acquisition that came completely from left field, they signed DeMarcus Cousins.

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