Now we can move on to Wimbledon and Federer.
Curry makes such unbelievable shots that demoralizes a team ... Perhaps less effective today in the fourth with KT out of the game.Curry best shooter I’ve ever seen but he built a house of bricks that fourth quarter reminds me of 2016 gm 7
I can't blame Curry. He's a master of the game. They were so beat up at the end of this series. Really much longer than that considering KD.Curry? Yeah agreed he had to take the shot. I have too much PTSD from college teams bricking 3's down only one though.
It’s a state of Michigan universities thing. Move over, Chris Webber...you have company on the bus now.I was referring to Draymond with the TO even though they were out of them.
Proud of my 2 alma maters LOL smh.It’s a state of Michigan universities thing. Move over, Chris Webber...you have company on the bus now.
Congrats, Toronto! Well earned to sweep GSW in their barn, even depleted by two bad wheels on two vital parts of their team. That box-and-one made Curry work so hard that his legs were gone.
It will be a tough act to follow this extremely interesting season and playoffs but 2019-20 is only a little more than 100 days away.
Unfortunately for him, I jinxed him by saying I was worried he would take over this game. The universe doesn't like it when I'm right.Sad for Klay. Hope he will be ok. He singlehandedly deserved to win this match. Hopefully we will see a rematch next year between these teams next year.
Wait did I forget you're a Favre guy?!!?This will be my order:
Those 3 will be the main subject.
3. Del Potro
4. Robin Van Persie
Honorable mention to Floyd Mayweather I enjoyed watching his career.
Me too. Last time a sporting event made me cry was the Vikings loss to the Saints. I refuse to ever re-watch that game.For life bro.
Biggest Favre fan ever.
I had the exact same kind of fandom. I don't normally name where I'm from on a public forum, but I've been here almost 2 full years(which seems longer). Just think about Favre and his alma matter and I'm 30 miles up the road. Met Steve Mcnair. Worked at his house after he passed away. I use to do construction. Painting and everything under my Dad. Love the Saints. Got hit by Hurricane Katrina. I'm a southern boy.Me too. Last time a sporting event made me cry was the Vikings loss to the Saints. I refuse to ever re-watch that game.
When Favre lost it always felt like a family member had passed away. Favre was bigger than any team for me. I became a Jets/Vikings fan the instant he joined. My loyalty was to Favre first, not the Pack. Him lighting up the Pack on MNF his first time against them was the most savage thing I've ever seen in sports. Then torching them again in Lambeau later in the season.
The only guy, and I never thought anyone would ever do it to me again, that made me that upset/into about sports since is Federer.
Favre made it easy to stomach any of my other favorites losing so I appreciate him for that. Though Federer losses hit me hard. Ironically 2009 USO loss being one of them. 2014 Wimbledon was also especially brutal as I was going through a tough time in real life and the false hope comeback all the way to BP at 3-3 on Djokovic's serve haunts me to this day.
Those are 2-3 of the most painful losses I can think of as a fan, that NFC title game (the Giants one as well the year before), and Fed losing Wimbledon in 2014.
Draft Night is this Thursday and there’s probably going to be a big trade or two.Eye sea Tawm has awl ready bee gun anew thread four next sea sun.
Next ThursdayDraft Night is this Thursday and there’s probably going to be a big trade or two.
It’s funny how that works in Canada tbh. When it comes to the Raptors and Blue Jays, the entire nation is backing Toronto and pulling hard for them to win one for the nation. However, when it comes to hockey, there’s no team that’s more hated across Canada than the Leafs, who ironically are Toronto’s most famous sports team lolFunny many people in Montreal were cheering and celebrating for a team from Toronto last night. Lol