Kevin Love’s Great Season. Derek Fisher And His New Team
Love is having a great season
Unreal is the right word to describe the season Kevin Love from the Twolves is currently having. The latest outstanding participation from Love came yesterday when he scored 40 points and contributed 19 rebounds to his team’s 88-83 win over the Bobcats (that is an actual 45% of Minnesota’s total points made by a single player).
Love has scored a total of 469 points and contributed 211 rebounds to the Timberwolves this month, and that is just 31 points and 8 rebounds short of the record imposed by Shaquille O’Neal in the same categories in a single month in the league in the past fifteen years. The Wolves will be playing the Celtics on Friday in what it will be the last game from Minnesota this month, which gives Love the chance to pass Shaq’s record.
Fisher to play today against old team for the first time
Derek Fisher was released by the Lakers, but the veteran player might now have a better chance of adding a new championship ring to his already impressive collection, only this time with the Thunder, a team that features two of the best current young players in the league in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.
“This is a very special situation. Just a great group of players, a great group of guys, the staff, the community was just the right fit at the right time coming off what took place. I’m just looking forward to getting out there and playing some basketball tonight in front of what used to be the home crowd. But, coming in as a visitor, I’m sure it will be a lot of fun.” Those were the words of Fisher concerning the game of today between the Lakers and Oklahoma City at Staples Center.
3 North Carolina players to enter NBA draft
Their team was stopped by Kansas in a game that finished 80-67 for North Carolina, but 3 starting players from that team are already looking at the future, and they don’t see themselves wearing a Tar Heels shirt next season, instead, they have opted for entering the upcoming NBA draft. They are Harrison Barnes, Kendall Marshall and John Henson, and coach Roy Williams seemed to agree with their decision, as he mentioned that “It’s a great day for three youngsters who are taking another step toward their ultimate goal of playing professional basketball. On a very small stage, it’s a sad day for me because I won’t get to coach them again. All Tar Heel fans will miss them greatly, as well.” He said.
Michael Hill is an avid sports fan and a sports writer who has been in the betting and price per head industry for years. Michael writes about his experience and offers tips for other aspiring entrepreneurs who wish to make a living with sports bookmaking.
Price Per Head
Comments are closed.