By Aidan Fajardo
Listen to your coaches.
That is the advice of Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell to budding basketball players during his press conference at the adidas Sports Performance Store, Two Parkade, Bonifacio Global City on Sunday.
James was once considered the platonic ideal for unselfishness. Now, it’s Curry — for an entirely different reason.
The year was 2007, before President Barack Obama and before President Donald Trump, before Instagram, before algorithms changed how we see the world. LeBron James, standing at the top of the key in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Detroit Pistons, was about to commit the cardinal sin of the times: he was about to make the right basketball play.
History suggests that when James senses he doesn’t have enough help to win, he goes and finds it elsewhere.
With the 2018 NBA Finals all but wrapped up, all eyes are turning toward the future of LeBron James, which is to say the future of the NBA. LeBron has led his team to the NBA Finals in each of the past eight years, so where James decides to play in the 2018-19 season obviously has major ramifications.
What on Earth are they talking about?
The Golden State Warriors are hinting that there’s a lot of internal drama that the public doesn’t know yet, and all we can do is wait. After winning Game 4 of the NBA Finals and sweeping the Cleveland Cavaliers, ESPN’s Marc Spears quoted West saying there was “a lot going on behind that scenes that people will be shocked about when it comes out.”