I don’t have much to say except that “The U is Back!” Regardless of tonight’s outcome in the ACC Championship Game in Charlotte, The U has a bright future ahead.
This was not the fight I wanted to see. It was not the end I envisioned nor the return that Lyoto Machida had in mind. I showed up to Corner Alley on E 4th in downtown Cleveland 20 minutes into the Main card. As fate would have it, they had yet to start. Lucky me, I was in store for 6 matches that weren’t good enough to make it onto a PPV event. Actually, the card was not bad and I should not have been so dismissive.
Earlier this week the 76ers signed Joel Embiid to a five-year, $148 million extension. Soon after, the Timberwolves announced they had signed Andrew Wiggins to a similar deal.
What kind of risk are we talking about here? Joel Embiid has only played in 31 games since being drafted while Wiggins’ performance last year earned him the title of least defensive player in the league.
I am just as much a fan of golf as the next guy, that is to say, I’m a casual fan who watches when Tiger is good. Which means I haven’t watched golf for the past 5 or 6 years.