March is ending, and the beginning of April is right around the corner. The sports world never slows down, with NCAA being in full throttle, but the NBA and the NFL have been making the headlines also. Are we seeing history being made in the NBA? Is Richard Sherman about to get a new home? Who knows, but that is what was in the headlines this week in the world of sports.
“Seattle Seahawks listening to Sherman trade talks”
Something has conspired between the Seahawks and Richard Sherman. Sherman, who is considered to be one of the best cornerbacks in the league, has been with the Seahawks for his entire career, would be at a high cost for anyone wanting to trade for him. He does come with a little baggage, being known as a trash-talker and polarizing against opponents.
“Warriors comeback to beat the Spurs”
Golden State was in a slump a little while ago, but it looks like they are back to full form. They were down to the Spurs by double-digits for a while in the game, but came back with a victory. The gameplay of Stephan Curry and Klay Thompson was the main reason for the victory. The Spurs are right behind the Warriors, and most likely will stay in that position.
“Surgery on Cam Newton is successful”
Cam Newton tore his rotator cuff during the week 14 game versus the San Diego Chargers. The injury is expected to keep him from throwing for 12-14 weeks. The doctor said that Cam Newton’s surgery was successful and that he should fully recover. Cam Newton will also need to find some confidence this next season, after having the worst statistical season of his NFL career.
“Westbrook has 38th triple-double of season”
Westbrook had an impressive triple-double, scoring 57 points. That is the record for most points in a triple-double. Westbrook is only 3triple-doubles away from tying Oscar Robertson’s record of single-season triple-doubles. If Westbrook can get a triple-double every two games, which is not impossible, he would beat the record, making the first-team all-star snub more gleaming (yes, I am still frustrated with that).
Well, there you have it, fellow Sports Reactionists, and remember, be the best sports fan you can possibly be.
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