The New York Knicks have gotten off to an abysmal 4-18 start this season, and Kobe Bryant would certainly not be the answer to their problems.
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The Knicks are 4-18 and going nowhere fast. In the midst of their 54-win season two years ago, it seemed as if the Knicks had a chance to beat any opponent.
The collegiate bowl system will not be abolished completely but will be adjusted to include a four-team playoff.
The team may have hopes for a National League East title or a Wild Card berth but the franchise has a gaping hole devoid of talent at shortstop hindering their chances.
In July of this year, LeBron James decided to go back home to Northeast Ohio to try and bring the Cleveland Cavaliers their first championship in franchise history. As their hometown hero and savior, James now faces extremely high expectations and enormous pressure. He also looks to have set the trend for other NBA players, much as he did when his formation of a “Big Three” became a mainstream commodity in the basketball world.
For some time, it was almost inconceivable to any soccer fan that the Major League Soccer would become a competitive league, let alone the destination of tremendous soccer talent from Europe. That’s beginning to change, by and large due to the arrival of soccer superstar David Beckham in 2007, who shocked soccer fans the world over in a surprise move from Real Madrid to the Los Angeles Galaxy. Since Beckham’s arrival in the MLS, a number of his European counterparts have followed suit, most notably Irishman Robbie Keane (L.A. Galaxy), France international Thierry Henry (New York Red Bulls), and now 2010 World Cup champion David Villa and Beckham’s former national teammate Frank Lampard who are both set to join new MLS expansion team NYC FC in the upcoming MLS season.
The season has been challenging thus far for the 3-4 New York Giants, and these struggles have led some to ask if it is time for the team to move on from two-time Super Bowl MVP quarterback Eli Manning. But, there are several reasons why an attempt to find a new QB would be premature.
By beating the Kansas City Royals in a deciding Game 7 and solidifying three World Series titles in five seasons, the San Francisco Giants have officially become the first dynasty in baseball since the Yankees of the late 1990s and early 2000s.
It makes one wonder whether or not rooting for a disappointing team produces some sort of psychological or emotional burden for a devotee.
Even when Geno Smith plays his cleanest, most encouraging game of the season, it still isn’t good enough to get a win.