The Pacers won that game, 99-92, tying up the series and eventually forcing a Game 7. Hibbert had 23 points and 12 rebounds, Stephenson dropped 20 points in the most Lance Stephenson way possible, and every starter for the Pacers scored in double figures. But what I will never forget as long as I live is Stephenson’s corner three-pointer at the buzzer at the end of the third quarter, with Dwayne Wade flying past him, and after he hit the shot he just sat on the floor and let the Pacers fans celebrate around him. I thought Bankers Life Fieldhouse was going to explode that night.
He’s definitely not, but it’s sweet of her to say it. I mean, the guy ran a 5.28 40-yard dash at his combine. And this is what he looks like lumbering for a first down:
Unless all of Brady’s opinions are vague and noncommittal, he’s not forthcoming about anything. He’s been asked about things like his relationship with Donald Trump and other hot-button issues, and he gives bland answers that don’t actually tell you a thing. Maybe you’d rather not know what Tom Brady thinks about anything, but there are plenty of people who would appreciate a straight answer once in a while.
Yeah, I’m pretty sure you’ve heard of this guy. Despite some concerns over his on-field demeanor (and that whole stupid boat thing), there’s no doubt that Beckham is one of the best receivers in the game. Still only 24 years old, the sky is the limit for Beckham, who’s the focal point for the Giants entire offense. Eli Manning finally has the big-play threat he lacked for several years prior to this draft.
After missing six games to injury his rookie year, Lewan has stayed mostly healthy and developed into one of the league’s better left tackles, making his first Pro Bowl last year. He’s also a notorious hothead who’s prone to cheap penalties (including an ejection for shoving a referee), but the Titans will put up with that as long as he keeps locking down Marcus Mariota’s blind side.