Events at a racist rally in Charlottesville, VA made national headlines this week after significant violence broke out and one woman, Heather Heyer, was killed after a car ran her over. The “Unite the Right” rally and subsequent coverage illustrated the continued rise of the alt-right and neo-Nazism in America, and the NBA has not turned a blind eye to the news. Milwaukee Bucks forward Jabari Parker is one of the NBA players that have also taken to public discourse on the subject.
Since the Rockets added Chris Paul, Houston GM Daryl Morey has been asked about the Warriors many, many times. And in a recent conversation with ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, he was forced to address Golden State again. "Generally I felt like prepping or thinking about one team in your strategic planning is a mistake," Morey started. "That's what I would have answered for the last ... I've been in the league for 15 years. "Now we're in the situation where I think we have a good chance to be the second best team in the NBA ... And the other thing that's difficult right now with the Warriors is they're a historically great team. They could end this run as being one of the best teams of all-time. "In
Imagine having a hangover without the party. That’s how some in the Washington Capitals organization felt during the off-season. It was bad enough that they fell – again – to the Pittsburgh Penguins in a second-round series, even with home-ice advantage