We’ll take a short break from the two-parts football post about the international goalscoring record, in order to talk about two very important things that need to be talked about, before this NBA season is coming to an end.
The thing is – two very important streaks by current NBA players are coming to an end. The first one is by LeBron James. Thankfully, it’s not his streak of scoring in double-digits, a streak which currently stands at 635 games. However, this streak is another awesome one – consecutive seasons with averages of at least 6/6/6 in the three most important categories – points/rebounds/assists. Continue reading
Yes, I’m following in the footsteps of the Harry Potter and the Hunger Games movie franchises. Splitting posts in two is the real thing right now, haven’t you heard?
So… Previously we’ve seen what’s going on with the all-time international appearances record in football. Now it’s time to complete the picture and check what’s going on with its brother from another mother – the all-time international goalscoring record. However, I must warn you – the story with the goalscoring record is much more boring than the whole appearances saga, and you’ll soon understand why. However, if you’re still interested in learning what’s going on there, follow me down the rabbit hole. Or something like that.
Yep, this is one of those posts dedicated to the great Steve Nash‘s retirement. Like we don’t have enough of those already…
Nash used to be one of my favorite players. I first really got to know him in the 2002 playoffs when Dallas reached the Western conference semifinals (and lost to Sacramento 4-1). That team was great to watch. His tandem with Nowitzki was amazing, and all in all it seemed that Don Nelson‘s goal back then was to have representation on the team from as many counrties as possible. Ther was Dirk from Germany, Nash from Canada, Michael Finley from USA, the original Yao Ming – Wang Zhizhi from China, Eduardo Najera from Mexico. Jesus, they were the Spurs before the Spurs were the Spurs. Continue reading
Did you know that Tim Duncan published a scientific work while he was a student at Wake Forest University?
Yes yes, here it is:
Did Timmy write this chapter with specific NBA players on his mind? I definitely can think of some to fit the title…
Do you guys remember Ibrahima Bakayoko?
I used to play A LOT in Premier Manager 98, and Bakayoko was one of the best players there. He was definitely in the top 10, alongside Maldini and the original Ronaldo.
Check out his stats from that game:
Not sure if Ibrahima Bakayoko or Lionel Messi.
After a lot of people asked me that in the past week, after the lack of activity on the blog, I feel that I need to dispel some wild rumors circulating on the web.
No, Putin did not order me to shut down this blog.
No, I did not die.
No, in no way did I abandon this precious project of mine. Continue reading