Cardinals have intriguing competition for No. 2 WR spot
Larry Fitzgerald will remain the Cardinals’ top receiver this season despite his age. The question is: Who is the team’s No. 2 wideout?
Thirteen times in his NBA career, LeBron James has reached the postseason, and when the story of his career is told, it’ll likely begin with the many memorable moments he has created during those 13 trips: eight NBA Finals appearances (including seven consecutive), three championships, three Finals MVP awards, a triple-double average in the Finals… the list goes on and on.
But there are other moments — some you might not know about, and some you might have forgotten — that help shape LeBron’s story, stretching all the way back to the days after he was drafted, right through fashioning the greatest Finals comeback in NBA history. If you’re not familiar with these 13 moments, then you’re not getting the true full story of the career of LeBron James.
LeBron James made his NBA debut during summer league action in Boston and Orlando in 2003.
Patricia called joint practices situations that are advantageous to help you evaluate your team in April and the Lions were in favor of them before his arrival as they’ve worked with the Steelers and Colts the last two years.
The Stars coveted the 26-year-old with a strong defensive game, but with then-new coach Ken Hitchcock preferring Jason Spezza, Tyler Seguin and Radek Faksa as his top three centers, Eakin became expendable. McPhee liked Eakin since he drafted him with the Capitals. Eakins’ responsible defensive play was no surprise. He could have contributed more offensively, but you have to consider his bottom-six role and the players he was lined up with in that regard.
Edmonton didn’t have room (or patience) for Reinhart, who has played only 37 NHL games since being drafted fourth overall in 2012. It’s understandable that the Oilers gave him up, but he was totally worth a flier for the Golden Knights. Reinhart got lost in the defensive logjam and spent the season in the AHL (where he appeared to be solid but not spectacular). This could still work out for Vegas if Reinhart makes the club next season, but with so many young defensemen ahead of him, it’s hard to imagine Reinhart getting a regular spot.