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Jayson Tatum hinting at change in his play style for next season
Tatum addressed reporters on Saturday, saying that he had bulked up this offseason. The 23-year-old also hinted at a change in his offensive game. “It’s part of me getting older,” said the Boston Celtics star of his increased bulk, per Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston. “My body is just starting to change, as well as putting the work in.“I know people want to see me go to the basket more,” Tatum added. “I like the step-back jumper. It’s compromise. I’ll do what the people want.”Tatum, who is listed at 210 pounds, averaged a career-best 26.4 points per game last season. But 61.
The Los Angeles Clippers started this Friday the construction of their new room, which will open its doors in 2024. She will be called Intuit Dome, and she is impressive.
Soon, Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers will no longer have to coexist at Staples Center. In 2024, the least titled franchise of the two (17 Champion Trophies for Lakers, 0 for Clippers) will settle in Inglewood, a city located southwest of Los Angeles County at about fifteen kilometers from Staples Center. , in his all new Intuit Dome. The name of the room has been unveiled this Friday, the day of the first stone pose, and it will cost $ 1.8 billion, coming solely from private funds. Intuit is an American company that develops management and accounting solutions for small businesses, accountants and individuals.
Charles Barkley shares whether Larry Bird could play in NFL
Larry Bird was one of the greatest NBA players of all time, but he wouldn’t make much of a football player, at least according to Charles Barkley. © Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports Barkley joined Peyton and Eli Manning on Monday night for their “Monday Night Football” broadcast. Peyton asked Barkley what position a few NBA players would play in the NFL.Barkley suggested Michael Jordan could play tight end. Then when asked what position Bird would play, Barkley cracked that there is no place for a slow, 6-foot-10 player in the NFL. “There’s no place for no slow, 6’10” guys in the NFL.
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giant screen In addition to the room that will host the Clippers games, the Intuit Dome will house the training halls, the offices of the franchise and a shop. The Clippers also unveiled the giant screen that will be located above the floor, and it will be much larger than the usual screens of basketball halls (44,000 m2!), And will be in Arc-de-Cercle. "When we started, the questions were:" Do you want it to be the best for sponsors? Do you want it to be the best for musicians? Do you want it to be the best for fans? And if you want it to be the best for fans, it must be for VIPs and for fans behind the baskets? And the owner (Steve Ballmer, also owner of Microsoft, whose fortune is estimated at nearly $ 100 billion, NDLR) said yes. That's what this place serves, "said CLIPPERS, Gillian Zucker business operations. The fans of the Kawhi Leonard Franchise, Paul George and Nicolas Batum have enough to rejoice. Is missing only a first title of champion ...
Clippers president Lawrence Frank: 'No one knows' when Kawhi Leonard will return from injury .
Frank was quite clear that he's unsure of when the two-time NBA Finals MVP will play again. "Oh, we don't even breach that," Frank said when asked if he expects Leonard to play this season, per ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk. "I think at this point, it's just no one knows when you're dealing with a recovery from an ACL [injury], the timeframe."Even just to save you guys [from asking] throughout the year, is no one knows. You just attack it day by day, he has a very detailed plan with a great group and we'll just let his body and the doctors tell us when it's the right time.