Just over a year ago Stephen Curry won his first MVP award and eventually helped lead his team to their first NBA Championship since 1975. You might remember his highlights from the court but during last year's playoffs it was his daughter Riley Curry who stole the show...
By now, you have probably heard about Kevin Durant's NBA MVP speech. If you have not seen the Oklahoma City Thunder's moving address to fans, teammates, and media, here is the entire 26:40 video below. I was so impressed with the 25-year old's speech, that I tweeted this out last night:
Refreshing to hear an acceptance speech so honest, heartfelt, and emotional like @KDTrey5
Before the season started I noted the convergence of prophesies stating that the Dodgers were on their way to something less than the best record in baseball by Mid-May. A season is a marathon not a sprint, and there’s a long way to go until October. Even so, Dodger fans have got to be pretty thrilled with how things are unfolding. Here are 5 reasons to believe the Dodgers early season success
Fresh off his first NL MVP award, Milwaukee Brewers’ star outfielder Ryan Braun is in hot water after testing positive for a performance-enhancing drug, and he could be hit with a 50-game suspension at the start of the 2012 campaign. Braun maintains that he’s innocent of the charge.
The Baseball Writers’ Association of America voted Milwaukee Brewers’ outfielder Ryan Braun National League MVP. He edged out Los Angeles Dodger Matt Kemp after lifting the club to the Central Division title, and Braun’s teammate, pending free agent Prince Fielder, finished third.