Do you watch much NBA basketball? Gerald Wallace: Not really. I don’t watch much basketball until after the All-Star break. My biggest thing is baseball and football. If I have to sit on the couch, I’d rather watch those. But the intensity picks up after the All-Star break. That’s when I dive into the NBA season.
The New Orleans Saints and New Orleans Pelicans announced plans to assist in relief efforts after a series of tornadoes tore through the area on Tuesday, devastating the area of New Orleans East. No deaths have been reported, but at least 28 people were reported injured and an estimated 250 homes were damaged, while thousands were left without power.
“Keep believing. With the Patriots and our team, we have greats. Having LeBron James on your team, Kyrie [Irving], who is great, and then having a Tom Brady and one of the best coaches of all time in all sports [Bill Belichick], you just got to have that belief. And when you have someone to will you home and will you all the way in, it’s tough to beat. And that’s what they did last night,” Lue said Monday morning before his team’s shootaround in preparation for their game against the Washington Wizards.
Asked to compare himself to Brady, with whom James said there is a “mutual respect,” he said: “I’m not really in that mindframe right now to talk about the traits that I see. “I just see greatness in Brady,” James said. “He’s very calm. He’s very calm, no matter the situation, no matter the situation, no matter what was going on throughout the game. He’s just very calm. Worrying about what the next play was, worrying about making the next completion. Just keeping his guys mentally focused on the job at hand. You’ve got to have that.