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  1. The NBA blew up over the weekend. July 1 was the official start of the free agent signing period, but teams got an early jump and Sunday was crazy. So many signings...so many billions of dollars involved. And the New York Knicks left holding the bag, as usual. Their fans are furious...SELL THE TEAM is the new meme in NYC. Still waiting on Kawhi Leonard. You are going to need a flow chart to sort out all the player movements. Golden State is no longer the lock in the West. Here is a handy guide. https://www.theringer.com/nba/2019/7/1/20677370/nba-free-agency-grades-kevin-dur
  2. *Since the 2018-19 NBA season has pretty much been rendered superfluous by now. Just mail the Golden State Warriors another Larry O Brien trophy. Lebron goes to L.A. Then somehow Golden State loses Javale Magee to the Lakers and just goes out and signs another all-star, Boogie Cousins! 😮 All that's left is to find out where Kawhi Leonard is going. So much for your Pelicans, Rick. New Orleans is dead...thanks for playing. So much for competitive balance and the spirit of competition. Remember the 2000s when the Western Conference dominated the NBA championships? It looks eve
  3. Let me make one thing clear: there has never been an athlete that lit up Los Angeles like Magic Johnson. Not Kareem Abdul-Jabbar...not Marcus Allen...not Wilt Chamberlain...not Bill Walton...not Mike Piazza...not Sandy Koufax...not Kobe Bryant...not Shaq...not Jerry West...not even Fernando Valenzuela. Being a long-time Los Angeles Laker fan from 1969, when Magic came to the Lakers in 1979 after being drafted, aside from their lone championship in 1972, the Lakers were known as a disappointment, with Kareem moping and the team getting knocked out of the playoffs yearly. Magic changed tha
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