Archive for March 24th, 2016

Steph Curry Back In Form, ARod May Not Retire


Steph Curry had two weak games back-to-back. The first was an understandably understated performance against the very good San Antonio Spurs. But the second was an unexpected poor showing in the Golden State Warriors’ win over the mediocre Minnesota Timberwolves. Between the two games, Curry was 10 for 35 on shots, 3 for 21 on deep balls. It was enough to alarm the general public that maybe the greatest player on the court was falling apart.

Turns out, he’s just fine. On Wednesday, the Warriors dominated the Los Angeles Clippers, and Curry was tearing it up. He scored 33 points, making 12 of 23 shots, including 4 of 10 from beyond the arc. The game was the Warriors 51st straight home win. The team is openly chasing the Chicago Bulls ’95/’96 record. They need to win 10 of their remaining 12 games to break the record. Golden State 114, Los Angeles 98.


A-RodAlex Rodriguez isn’t necessarily done. Despite talks that the New York Yankees player would retire in 2017—spurred mainly by Rodriguez’s own comments that he wouldn’t play anymore after his contract was up—the infielder is now backtracking. “[W]e’ll see what happens,” he told ESPN. The 40-year old has played Major League Baseball for 21 years and is still going strong, hitting 33 home runs in the 2015 season. He has two seasons left on his contract. Baseball starts April 3rd.

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