NBA Playoffs: The Win That Shouldn’t Have Been

Last night the Minnesota Timberwolves put on a show. They were whooping the Grizzlies by more than 20 points. I mean, they were totally spanking them. So, y’all know Patrick Beverley put on a show. He had all the emotes and celebrations like he was a player on 2k! I’m not kidding. I can’t make this up. Then, boom! Next thing you know the score was tied and the Grizzles won the game 104 to 95! It was the greatest show of resilience that I’ve ever seen. If bounce back was a team, it’ll be the Memphis Grizzlies. 

The star of the game was Desmond Bane. This guy put gave it his all from tip off to the end of the fourth quarter. In 40 minutes, he scored 26 points, grabbed six rebounds, and dished out 2 assists. He also received helped from Brandon Clarke who finished with 20 points and 8 rebounds. And, of course, the franchise player, Ja Morant, had a triple double. 

But, the thing I enjoyed the most about the end of the game, the Grizzly players didn’t embarrass the Timberwolves. I didn’t see anyone taunting them. They were locked in until the final second of the game. Character speaks volumes. They didn’t have to say much because their skills spoke for them. With that being said, the Grizzlies lead the series 2 to 1.

NBA’s Big 4: Golden State Warriors

By: Baller Chat TV

Who needs a big three when you can have a big four? The Golden State Warriors have had many trials during the regular season. They were faced with injuries. However, Jordan Poole, unexpectedly stepped up to the plate. During the regular season he showed off his scoring ability and averaged 18 points per game. He showed out for Warriors fans, and he has not stopped ever since.

It seems as though the “splash brothers” have a bonus sibling with Jordan Poole. In game one of the Warriors series between the Nuggets, Poole ended the game with 30 points, which included the five shots made from behind the arch. This made him the scoring leader for the Warriors. Then, in game two of the series, he pulled off 21 points to help his team defeat the Denver Nuggets: 126 to 106.

With that being said, I believe it is safe to say the Warriors now have a “big four.” Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry, and Jordan Poole are a force to be reconned with. These four players combined for 90 of the 126 points scored in last night’s game. With hype like this, will the Warriors sweep the Nuggets?

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NBA – April Fools Day

A lot of big things happened during the games that took place for April Fools Day. But, the players were not joking. Check out two games below: one was a tough battle while the other was a blow out!

Lakers Vs Pelicans

The Pelicans defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 114-111. This was a tough loss for the Lakers as it closed out any chances of them making play ins! LeBron James and Anthony Davis gave their all, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Brandon Ingram and CJ McCollum!

Wizards Vs Mavericks

Unlike the game mentioned above, the Wizards and Mavericks game was not a tight contest. I’m fact, the Wizards defeated the Mavericks by 32 points. Caldwell-Pope received praise for this victory as he made it rain threes. He finished the game with 35 points!

Russell Westbrook’s NBA Career Brief

Russell Westbrook is a professional basketball player. He played college basketball for the NCAA’s UCLA Bruins. He was drafted in the first round by the Seattle SuperSonics in 2008. He has been on the following teams: Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, Washington Wizards, and Los Angeles Lakers. Throughout his career he has won many awards and received much recognition. For example, he was the most valuable player (MVP) for the NBA’s All Star game in 2015 where he scored 41 points. He’s had four seasons where he averaged a triple-double. Despite his current circumstance, Westbrook has proven that he can be a leader in the NBA. Due to his ability, Westbrook has been able to work with popular companies such as the Jordan brand, True Religion, Mountain Dew, and more.