Steve Cook joins the Man Cave to discuss the latest in sports. We’ll briefly preview the World Series before talking about the Cicinnati Reds new manager. Then we’ll preview the NBA season and give our championship predictions, talk about Seth Jones vs. Nathan MacKinnon, and preview WWE Hell in a Cell while also looking back at TNA Bound for Glory.
Steve Cook joins the Man Cave to discuss a multitude of sports topics. We’ll look back at the NHL Stanley Cup Final and the NBA Finals before turning our attention to the NHL and NBA drafts. Plus we’ll discuss the woes of the Cincinnati Reds and how I became a superstar on WWE Raw.
Welcome everyone to the very first annual NBA Mock Draft by Dustin James here at the MAN CAVE! The “King of the Man Cave” (or “Jeremy Lambert” as some people call him) recently asked me if I could put together an NBA mock draft for the blog since I do consider myself a “draft guru” in both the NBA and the NFL drafts. I don’t know why, but when draft time rolls around I become obsessed with any and all information regarding the draft. Unlike the NFL Draft, the NBA Draft is extremely special because it really only takes the addition of one superstar to change the layout of your team. Last year for instance, by drafting the NBA Rookie of the Year Damian Lillard, the Portland Trailblazers has set themselves up nicely for the future with a core of Lillard, LaMarcus Aldridge, Nic Batum, and Wesley Matthews. If Portland can score another superstar with the 10th pick in this draft, the Blazers should not only see a return to the playoffs, but they could actually win their first playoff series in some time. Unfortunately for a team like Portland, it’s hard for them to improve in free agency because Portland isn’t exactly a city that NBA players are dying to live in. Therefore the draft becomes even more important because it becomes the only way a team like the Blazers can nab an elite talent.
It’s Michael Jordan’s last game as a member of the Chicago Bulls and the end to one of the greatest dynasties in sports history.
My preview of the 2013 NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat.
My thoughts on the Miami Heat getting by the Indiana Pacers in seven games to return to the NBA Finals.
Thoughts on the San Antonio Spurs sweep of the Memphis Grizzlies.