It’s bad enough the Orlando Magic are bad. We know that. But that perception/reality bleeds over into NBA locker rooms across the USA. We bring you expert testimony from Kevin Durant. “Like I'm the reason why [expletive] Orlando couldn't make the playoffs for five, six years in a row?” Durant told USA Today Sports in an article published Friday. “Am I the reason that Brooklyn gave all their picks to Boston? Like, am I the reason that they're not that good? I can't play for every team, so the truth of the matter is I left one team. It's one more team that you probably would've thought would've been a contender. One more team. I couldn't have made the [entire] East better. I couldn't have made
Days after the suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, Prince William on Saturday did his best to offer comfort to those affected by the attack. The Duke of Cambridge delivered his tribute at the Emirates FA Cup Final soccer match between Arsenal and Chelsea at London's Wembley Stadium. The prince, 34, who serves as the president of the Football Association, laid a wreath of flowers to honor the victims of the Manchester attack. He also took part in a minute of silence and offered a message of hope. "We will never fear coming together to celebrate all that unites us," read a handwritten note by the prince posted to the Kensington Palace Twitter account. "In memory
This Arsenal is rarely seen in the wild anymore, a species endangered to the point that its extinction was suspected. The version of the Gunners that’s creative and competent and even resilient is such a strange sight now that Arsenal fans don’t quite know if they’re dreaming, existing in the throes of a fugue state or merely seeing some kind of misery-induced apparition. Should have been more comfortable, perhaps, save for serial interventions by Chelsea’s goal post and Gary Cahill.