The Denver Nuggets get another opportunity to do one of the many things they do well -- exact a measure of revenge -- when they visit the Golden State Warriors on Friday night. The game is a rematch of a 116-107 Golden State home win on April 12, a game in which the Nuggets lost star guard JamalMurray for the rest of the season with a knee injury. The Warriors (29-30) know the feeling all too well.
"I’ve been dominant all season. I’m not going to stop."
His mom LaVonna Martin-Floreal is an Olympic hurdles silver medallist for the U.S. So EJ evaded the hefty expectations and instead played basketball at the University of Kentucky, alongside Canadian star Jamal Murray, who's still a close friend. "I think when you're the child of the coach, and the child of successful athletes, that can weigh on you, that the expectation is you have to be great and do great things," said Edrick Floreal, the head coach of the University of Texas women's team.