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  1. I also know that some WNBA stars are going to be part of the sequel as well, including Diana Taurasi and the Ogwumike sisters, Nneka and Chiney.
  2. I just read on Wikipedia that Damian Lillard is scheduled to be in Space Jam 2 along with Anthony Davis, Klay Thompson, and, of course, LeBron James. I was thinking of a couple of other current NBA guys that could be in the film, and the only names I could think of are Blake Griffin and Jimmy Butler. Looking back at the original Space Jam, it featured a starting five of Muggsy Bogues, Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Larry Johnson, and Shawn Bradley playing against Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes. If it is true that Blake Griffin and Jimmy Butler will join Klay Thompson, Anthony Davis, and Damian Lillard in playing LeBron and the Looney Tunes, will that prove to be as successful as the original Space Jam?
  3. I was reading on Wikipedia, and they just confirmed that Damian Lillard is set to be in Space Jam 2, which comes out in theaters on July 16, 2021. Damian Lillard kind of surprises me with the fact that he's in the movie along with Klay Thompson, Anthony Davis, and, of course, LeBron. I don't know when Damian Lillard is set to be a free agent, but I wouldn't be surprised if he left Portland eventually and signed with the Lakers. I think other NBA stars that will have a role in the film include Blake Griffin and Jimmy Butler. Can you imagine a starting five with Klay Thompson, Anthony Davis, Damian Lillard, Blake Griffin, and Jimmy Butler? I think it mirrors the starting 5 lineup of Muggsy Bogues, Larry Johnson, Patrick Ewing, Charles Barkley, and Shawn Bradley that was in the original Space Jam. Who does everyone believe will star in Space Jam 2?
  4. I was reading on Wikipedia 2 about the inevitable release of Space Jam 2. And I noticed that some other NBA stars besides LeBron are supposed to have roles in the film: Klay Thompson, Anthony Davis, and Damian Lillard. The film is scheduled to be released on July 16, 2021. Besides Klay Thompson, Anthony Davis, and Damian Lillard, what other NBA stars do you think will be in Space Jam 2?
  5. The only way to get the 18-game schedule is to have more expansion teams, and I don't see that happening anytime soon.
  6. I guess this means we won't ever hear of Lonzo Ball's dad ever again now that his son is in New Orleans.🌞☀️
  7. Ever since the NBA first came to Charlotte in 1988, whether they were the the Hornets or the Bobcats, the city has been cursed basketball-wise. Yeah, they may have had some good seasons now and then, but they've never made it past the first round of the playoffs. And Michael Jordan hasn't really helped matters ever since taking over the team. The original Hornets made the right decision by moving to New Orleans in 2002, and then the Bobcats didn't really do much when they returned in 2004, and ever since reacquiring the Hornets name in 2014, they haven't even made the playoffs. And besides, no one's really coming to the games. So, the only thing that could do the team any favors is to relocate them. And the only place that makes sense is Louisville, Kentucky. I think it makes sense geographically, because they'll remain in the Southeast Division, and it would make the city of Louisville relevant. The Louisville Hornets doesn't sound like a bad idea to me. Does anyone else besides me think the Hornets should make the move to Charlotte to Louisville?
  8. I already know that Denver Broncos fans are in mourning over the loss of longtime owner Pat Bowlen last night. The man was the probably one of the most influential people in that franchise's history next to John Elway. I'll never forget Super Bowl L when the Broncos beat the Panthers 24-10, and the first thing Elway said after being handed the Vince Lombardi Trophy was, "This one's for Pat!" It's only fitting that later this year Elway should be the one to induct Bowlen when he goes into the Hall of Fame later this year. If you're a Denver Broncos fan, I want to hear from you. How are you handling the passing of the greatest owner in franchise history?
  9. I'm not sure how many guys on this forum are as good at the game of poker like I am, but I just wanted to make everyone aware that the 2019 World Series of Poker starts one week from today. And this year marks the 50th anniversary of the WSOP. I happen to be a good poker player when I'm not on this forum, and ironically, I kind of taught myself how to play Texas Hold 'Em, even though I've never been in any poker room of any casino ever. I do happen to be a part of the DeepStacks Poker League in the St. Louis area, though, which is one of the leagues that participate in the Bar Poker Open championship. Right now, I'm going to different bars and bowling alleys around St. Louis and playing No-Limit Texas Hold 'Em for free. If anyone is interested in playing poker at any bar or bowling alley in your area, just go to www.barpokeropen.com and look for the league that's closest to you where you live. Now, back to the actual 2019 World Series of Poker. Last year, Shaun Deeb was named the WSOP Player of the Year. I'm not sure how much money the Main Event is supposed to pay out, but I truly believe that at least 8,000 will participate in the Main Event alone, which has a $10,000 buy-in. The worst beat I ever suffered while playing Texas Hold 'Em was when i had a straight flush AND LOST to a higher straight flush. If there is anyone out there who watches or plays poker as frequently as I do, I want to hear from you!
  10. They hired Frank Vogel over the weekend, but we all know Jason Kidd is going to be the coach within the next two years.
  11. I'm watching Get Up!, and they just reported that John Beilein has agreed to leave the University of Michigan and become the new coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Now, let's take a deeper look at this situation. Unless you're Brad Stevens or Rick Pitino, when a coach jumps from college to the NBA, they usually don't have that much success. And John Beilein made Michigan the powerhouse of the Big 10, with the exception of MIchigan State. And another thing to consider is that he's 66 years old. So why would he jump to the pros at this stage of his coaching career?
  12. I read on ESPN earlier that legendary Baltimore Colts Hall of Fame defensive lineman Gino Marchetti passed away yesterday at the age of 92. He was named the greatest defensive linemen during the first 50 years in the history of the NFL, and is considered to be one of the greatest defensive linemen of all-time. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1972. In 2010, he was named as one of the 100 Greatest Players of All-Time according to NFL Network. He will be missed. Does anyone have any memories of Gino Marchetti that they'd like to share?
  13. The Kings haven't done anything since they arrived in Sacramento. That's why they need to move to Seattle. Everyone who's been replying on this thread needs to watch the YouTube video that I talked about earlier.