J.R. Smith is either really good or really bad. We’ve known that for his entire career. He’ll either hit eight three-pointers and throw down a few dunks, or go 0-for-17 with a missed layup. It can be frustrating to watch him play at times. But one thing’s for sure about Smith – when he plays well, he really plays well.
What happened to the Los Angeles Clippers? They used to throw down impressive alley-oops and dunks almost every night.
They’ve really changed since Coach Doc Rivers took over. I think it’s safe to say that the “Lob City” era is now over.
The single greatest moment in the history of sports happened exactly 35 years ago today.
On February 22, 1980, the United States Men’s Ice Hockey team defeated the Soviet Union’s team, 4-3. The United States’ goals were scored by Buzz Schneider, Mark Johnson (2), and captain Mike Eruzione.