LeBron James shoots
Los Angeles Lakers

NBA Finals Preview: Analysing key factors for Lakers and Heat

On Wednesday the 2020 NBA Finals commence between the Los Angeles  Lakers and the Miami Heat. The Lakers punched their ticket by beating the Denver Nuggets, 4 games to 1. The Heat reached the Finals by outplaying the Boston Celtics, 4 games to 2. Both ball clubs have a serious shot at winning the Larry O'Brien trophy. Yet, only one can. So let's break it down.
Josh Allen throws against Miami Dolphin
Buffalo Bills

Josh Allen is ready to take The Leap

Josh Allen is ready to take the leap. The Bills shoot-out victory over the Miami Dolphins last Sunday saw Allen throw for 417 yards, 4 touchdowns and 0 interceptions with a yards per attempt (Y/A) of 11.91 and a completion percentage (cmp%) of 68.57. Furthermore, Allen has become the first Bills quarterback to throw for 300+ yards in back to back games since Drew Bledsoe in 2002.
Doc Rivers stands sideline.
Los Angeles Clippers

Should the Los Angeles Clippers fire Doc Rivers?

This Clippers team is mentally weak at the moment. Outside of Kawhi, what has any of this Clippers roster won? If you were being extremely harsh then you could say this Clippers team is full of posers, chokers, high-school bullies who act tough until they get socked in the jaw then proceed to run home to their mothers.
Boston Celtics

Miami Heat vs Boston Celtics: Five key factors to watch out for in the Eastern Conference Finals

A mouth-watering match-up between the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat awaits us in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Celtics secured their place by besting the 2019 champs the Toronto Raptors in a tough fought seven-game series. The Heat reached the Eastern Finals two games earlier than Boston, upsetting the number one seed Milwaukee Bucks four games to one.