With the 2015-16 NBA season about to start up again, basketball teams start to get ready to play in serious games since the Finals took place 101 days ago. Starting out with preseason games, and working its way to the regular season which officially starts on October 27. Each team hopes to that their players are up to getting their team into winning records, and hopefully get them to the playoffs this year. As such, fans should know where their team stands before they start winning or losing this season with the latest Power Rankings.
RANK TEAM RECORD 1 Golden State Warriors 67-15 2 Cleveland Cavaliers 53-29 3 San Antonio Spurs 55-27 4 Los Angeles Clippers 55-26 5 Oklahoma
In baseball, whether a player is stealing a base or trying to make it to base before getting picked off, you will always encounter the famous slide. However, there are all kinds of slides, and some can be quite
The United States may not be the only country involved in the NBA basketball tournament in the near future, as the sport has gotten extremely popular in Spain. It has gotten so popular, in fact, that one Spanish club has made it its goal to join as another franchise in the NBA. Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has stated that there are very good chances they could join the world renown league in the world.
As such, Real Madrid is scheduled to play against the Boston Celtics in October, where Perez is rumored to pitch his proposal to Commissioner Adam Silver. Perez is known as a ruthless businessman in the football world in Europe, so he may have a
As the 2015 NBA season is going on, we will take a look at the basketball players on five of the teams, the ones that are gone or the new players that have just arrived. This will give you a good way to gauge whether either of these teams has good chances of making it far, to the playoffs, or even to the final, hoping to get the next championship victory.
Players that are gone: No significant departures. New Players: Karl-Anthony Towns, Tayshaun Prince, Tyus Jones, and Andre Miller.
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The Chicago Cubs right-handed pitcher, Jake Arrieta joined the exclusive baseball group on Sunday night, as he threw a no-hitter against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Arrieta threw a total of 116 pitches, which enough to take down the Dodgers