With all the noise surrounding Drew Brees and his potential retirement, it has given us a chance to truly appreciate just what a supremely gifted quarterback he was.
Devastating dunks, highlight passes and a competitive edge that even all-time greats like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant have commented on. But there is an undeniable frustration that comes along with watching him play, especially when you root for him. But before that, let's consider where Russell Westbrook was before he arrived in the NBA journey.
Kobe Bryant and Dirk Nowitzki both spent their entire careers with the team that drafted them.
The Raptors failed to clinch the NBA title in Game 5 of the 2019 NBA Finals. Toronto and Golden State now head to Oakland for game 6. Toronto leads the series 3-2. A win for the Raptors secures a first title in their 25-year history. A Warriors win keeps the series alive and forces a Game 7 in Toronto.
In order to make this fair, I’ve done this based on my personal knowledge of the players below. I'd like to caveat that I always knew Allen Iverson as a shooting guard that later adapted and moved to the point guard position.
On 12th May 2019, Kawhi Leonard hit one of the greatest shots in NBA history.
Eli Manning, David Tyree, and the infamous Helmet Catch made that possible.
Had LeBron not made the block and Iguodala puts Golden State up by two could the Cavs have turned it around?
A look back at an extraordinary Super Bowl.
There never was, or ever will be, a better scorer in the modern era than Kobe Bean Bryant.
There is a reason why the art of sport is considered the greatest show on earth. The storylines that unfold over decades, the actors who take centre stage and the levels of drama so high that it literally turns the viewers borderline insane. Whereas the contest of sport is rich with the aforementioned traits, one thing it's painstakingly short on is happy endings.
For that was reflective of the man who did it; it was special.
The playoff career of Drew Brees has just a solitary Super Bowl despite countless playoff games.
2019 sees the NFL celebrate its 100th season. To commemorate this, the league has scheduled a weekly game to honour landmark moments throughout its history.
Celebrating Randy Johnson's Cooperstown career.