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He was an icon in the word's truest meaning, a global pop star of sorts with a gregarious personality off the court but loaded with an assassin's mentality at game time, maintaining a hyper-competitive spirit from every opening tipoff to every final buzzer — and every dagger-in-the-heart impossible shot in between. … [Read more...] about Kobe Bryant, Daughter, 7 Others Killed In Helicopter Crash
It’s slightly different for Peterson. He was grounded, but still defiant, as he spoke to Washington reporters for the first time. He talked about coming here to win the starting job. He didn’t mention specific expectations, but he refused to put limitations on what he can accomplish. He’s competing — for his place on this team and in a league he once dominated — and he won’t change his thinking until he’s forced to change. That’s the proper approach, as long as he’s prepared to scale down his expectations. At this moment, no one can forecast if he is capable of such a thing. … [Read more...] about Brewer: Adrian Peterson still looks like a star, but can he handle a supporting role?
Still, for as imbalanced as the NBA often is, the current competitive issue is a significant concern. The Warriors are so dominant and so star-studded. They won a championship with three all-star caliber players. They went to another dimension by adding a fourth, Kevin Durant, through free agency in 2016. Last summer, a fifth all-star joined them when DeMarcus Cousins, whose market had disappeared because he’s recovering from a torn Achilles tendon, decided to sign a one-year contract. Even though the Warriors seem more vulnerable at 23-11, there’s still great curiosity — and fear — about how overpowering they’ll be when Cousins returns, provided they can manage egos. That has seldom been a problem for Golden State, however. And when they do have drama, such as the Durant-Draymond Green fight earlier this season, they seem to move past it quicker than most teams. … [Read more...] about Brewer: The NBA has parity so far this season, but all that glitters is not Golden State