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“Behind the scenes he’s working his ass off every day to get healthy. It’s tough to see him go on IR, but I know he’s going to handle it well and I know he’s going to do everything he can to get back to his full potential.” 2019 – Panthers QB Kyle Allen on Cam
Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard’s days as a National Basketball Association superstar are over. Done, dead, and gone forever. Despite being gifted with incredible height, length, and athleticism, the Atlanta, Georgia native’s story is one well documented with highs and lows that range from a myriad of injuries to personality clashes with coaches, executives,
“I had cancer, I had a tumor removed from my skull. It got pretty serious for a second. I was told some scary things from the doctor so it was definitely nothing to play with — one of the things that will change your outlook on life.” 2019 – Trent Williams on Cancer Diagnosis via
“I felt like a lot of stuff in Golden State had reared its head. I felt like it was going to be the end no matter what, especially for that group.” “It was time for all of us to separate.” 2019 – Kevin Durant on Golden State exit via First Take The Golden State Warriors’
“He was a guy who was competitive, a shark who was seeking blood in the water. His arrogance coming into the game was almost rude. I remember watching him in his first All-Star Game, and I thought he was disrespectful in how he approached the game. But he was always challenging, always trying to go
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On Tuesday, longtime ESPN analyst Jackie MacMullen reported that Brooklyn Nets’ free-agent acquisition Kyrie Irving “mood swings” are already making for an unsettling situation in Brooklyn. During the article, MacMullen writes, “When Irving lapses into these funks, he often shuts down, unwilling to communicate with the coaching staff, front office and, sometimes, even his teammates.