Despite the losses, Gregg Popovich would not trade this complicated period
The Spurs are no longer in the running for the playoffs, nor for the “play-in”, for a few weeks, with only 19 victories in 74 matches. This comes as no surprise since the five-title franchise has been in a rebuilding…Read More »
Cartilage transplant: what was Lonzo Ball’s latest operation?
For his third left knee operation in 14 months, which “went well” according to the doctors, Lonzo Ball underwent an unusual procedure: a cartilage graft. For knee cartilage injuries, we have often been accustomed to cuts or sutures. The two…Read More »
Frustrated, Collin Sexton still hopes to play again this season
It’s been almost a month and a half Collin Sexton is on the sidelines, the fault of a hamstring injury which could deprive him of the entire end of the season. Even if the back always hopes to return. “There…Read More »
Former NCAA champion with North Carolina, Eric Montross is battling cancer
Formerly from North Carolina, where he spent four years, notably winning the NCAA title in 1993, Eric Montross then played a few years in the NBA, in Boston then in Dallas, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Detroit and Toronto. Apart from his…Read More »
Bismack Biyombo resisted Joel Embiid
On his very first ball, the leather slipped from his hands and he missed the inevitable against the circle and Joel Embiid. Bismack Biyombo made up for it a few possessions later by signing an elegant left-hand finger roll on…Read More »
Florida Atlantic eliminates Kansas State and joins the final four!
It’s historic for this modest program in the small town of Boca Raton, Florida, and it’s the epitome of what makes the beauty of the “March Madness”: by having successively Memphis, Fairleigh Dickinson, Tennessee in the ” Sweet Sixteen” then…Read More »