After bagging the NBA Finals 2016 title, LeBron James could just be too exhausted to participate in the upcoming Rio 2016 Olympics.
Commentators for GameTime on NBA.com mentioned that King James may need to recharge first after a gruelling seven-game finals series, which earned him the Finals MVP award. "He's not gonna play. He's gonna be tired," the commentators noted while they discussed possibilities prior to the Game 7 highlight.
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After the Golden State Warriors lost their chance at winning two consecutive NBA championships on Sunday night, the family of the team's star point guard, Stephen Curry, is glorifying God.
The Cleveland Cavaliers overcame a 3-1 deficit in the best of seven series that made them the 2015-2016 NBA champions over the Warriors last night. Curry, the league's two-time NBA MVP was noticeably off of his game, making 0-4 three pointers in the final stretch of the NBA Finals.
Despite the disappointing loss for Curry and his Warriors teammates, the Christian point guard's family glorified God for the experience. more >>
A close matchup between Chile and Colombia is expected on Wednesday night as the two teams meet for the Copa America 2016 semifinals.
Playing the Underdog Card
The Colombians won their previous game versus Peru in penalty kicks after the game resulted in a scoreless draw. The team has also been very strong in terms of offense and they are certainly hoping to defeat Chile and move on to the finals round, a feat they can achieve after a 15-year drought in the Copa America tournament. more >>
After losing to England on Thursday, Wales is hoping to defeat the Russians on Monday and move forward to the knockout rounds of the UEFA Euro 2016.
Gareth Bale to Lead Wales
The Dragons would need to secure a goal early in the game for them to make up for the 2-1 loss versus England. Welsh midfielder Gareth Bale is expected to lead his team versus the powerful Russian players like Sergei Ignashevich and Vasili Berezutski. more >>
History was made in the 2016 NBA Finals as Cleveland claimed its very first Championship title ever. The city of Cleveland and its fans are screaming with joy as the Cavaliers continue their celebration with no signs of stopping anytime soon.
LeBron James was magical all throughout the series and he rightly earned the Finals MVP award. But what does this mean for King James? How does this remarkable performance stack up against the greatest like Michael Jordan? This writer surely believes it is a question you must've asked yourself which is why you are reading this article now.
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The Cavaliers made history tonight by bringing to Cleveland their very first title since 1964. Apart from Kyrie Irving's 3-point winner, the play that stands out the most was LeBron James' epic block on Andre Iguodala with 1:50 minutes remaining in the game. It was one if not the key play of the game that helped the Cavs' run away with a victory.
From 1-3 to Winning the Series
Earlier in the series, a lot of people doubted the Cavaliers as they lost two straight one-sided games at the hands of Warriors. People had been criticizing their lackluster performance of all the core players as well as James, who previously promised his team the title two summers ago. more >>