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On The NBA 2014-2015 season’s eve, the incredible two man team of TSN 1050 Radio’s #1On1 with Will Strickland and Duane Watson get you ready for hoops in Canada! Over the next three days, the guys will give you the news, views and truths on all things NBA and Canada basketball, including insights on the Toronto Raptors and their chances to go deep into the playoffs this season. The #1On1 with Will & Duane NBA Season Preview first looks at the Western Conference, where the unbreakable triumvirate of the great Timothy Theodore Duncan, Emanuel David Ginobili and William Anthony Parker, Jr. has time and time again, year after year, continued to defy the odds and the naysayers when it comes their age and ability. Though the sun sets in the West, apparently no one told the defending world champion San Antonio Spurs. As they hoist their fifth title banner and collect their jewel and adoration on NBA opening night this Tuesday vs the Dallas Mavericks, ask yourself if you’re willing to bet against them again. Does a team with an ailing, but reigning MVP in Kevin Durant get back to the Finals and find redemption? Or maybe a newcomer to the throne like the Blake Griffin/Chris Paul-led Los Angeles Clippers will ascend the highest of heights in the West? Duane Watson and Will Strickland give their predictions and you tell them if they are on point or way out of bounds! Stephen John Nash Will Retire. Strickland: When? Now? Didn’t he retire three years ago in Phoenix? Despite listing Toronto, where Nash is Executive Director of Canada Basketball, and New York, where he resided in the offseason, as potential free agency destinations for him, Steve Nash didn’t retire when he hurt his back recently picking up a bag and likely ending one of the most unlikely NBA careers ever. Steve Nash retired for many the moment he swore he’d never play for his enemy, the Los Angeles Lakers, and then promptly signed there. Watson: As soon as Nash left the confines of the magical rehabilitation pixie dust of the Phoenix Suns, his body’s deterioration seemingly accelerated. Nash will have only played in 65 games over the past three seasons for in Los Angeles. As the oldest player in the NBA, like everyone else, he wasn’t able to elude father time. Nash will retire, but only after he gets the $9 million that the Lakers owe him. The Los Angeles Lakers Will Be The Worst Team In The Western Conference. Strickland: No team that possesses the maniacally competitive and highly polarizing Kobe Bean Bryant will ever be last at anything, especially when the Western Conference has the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Sacramento Kings for that. Bryant will soothe his wounds by surpassing his boyhood idol Michael Jeffrey Jordan for third place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list this season. Watson: Kobe Bryant, despite his talents, does not bring the best out of people. He will be coming back from an Achilles injury and the other two best players on the roster, (Steve Nash & Nick Young) are out with injuries. That leaves a bunch of young players and a new head coach in Byron Scott, who will grate on them quickly, as he’s a strong believer in tough love. All in all, a recipe for disaster born by regret for signing Kobe to a (legacy) extension and crippling the ball club. Anthony Davis Will Be League MVP. Strickland: Yes… just not this season. The Brow is the future of the NBA: long, athletic, skilled and able to dominate the game in multiple aspects, whether he’s scoring or not. Be afraid… be very, very afraid! Anthony Davis is rated next and will live up to the billing. Watson: After a coming out party as an anchor on the gold–medal USA Men’s basketball team, Davis is putting together all of the elements that made him a #1 overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. His inside and outside game, coupled with defensive ability make him a match-up nightmare and as long as the Pelicans are performing, he will start his ascent as one of the new faces of the league. Flip Saunders Will Be The First Coach Relieved Of His Duties This Season. Strickland: Yes… and rightfully so, even if he is the one who does the firing as Saunders serves as both head coach, President of Basketball Operations and part-owner. Let this prediction also serve as a ringing endorsement of former Toronto Raptors’ bench boss and 2006-2007 NBA Coach of The Year to lead the young wolf pack of Canadians Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett, high flyer Zach Levine, vet Thaddeus Young and new face of the franchise (for now), Ricky Rubio. Watson: There’s a bit of a caveat as he is also the team’s GM, but he won’t want to be on the sideline enduring the losses. It will be his first time in a dual role, and he will want to focus on building a better team and leave the coaching in the hands of his initial lead candidate, former Raptors head coach Sam Mitchell. DeMarcus “Boogie” Cousins Will Be An All-Star. Strickland: No question. Cousins’ abilities were on full display in the Gold Medal game as his tenacity and work off the boards awakened his US Men’s’ National Team and spurred them to victory. More impressive however were his displays of teamwork, maturity and leadership in Spain as he had opportunities to become the “Ugly American” with a poor attitude and one short circuited punch attempt to the back of Raptors & Lithuanian star centre Jonas Valanciunas’ melon. Boogie brings these experiences to a poor Sacramento team that he’ll have to carry even more this season. Watson: “Boogie,” early in his career, developed a reputation as a player with an attitude and bad temperament, despite his stellar play. While his on court performance hasn’t slipped, his poise and play with USA Basketball last summer displayed what many knew all along… his passion is as big as his game. Western Conference coaches will see that if he played under Coach K, he will finally get that vote in as a reserve in New York. Eric Gordon & Tyreke Evans Will Cripple The Hornets Playoffs Chances With Injuries. Strickland: Even healthy, oxymoronic when speaking about Evans and Gordon, there’s little doubt they’d help the Pelicans fly into the playoffs. The addition of Omer Asik as well as getting the sharpshooting Ryan Anderson back on the floor and hoping Jrue Holiday can regain his All-Star form if not All-Star status will mean more to the playoff hopes of New Orleans. Watson: While Anthony Davis will have a banner season and the return of Ryan Anderson and addition of Omer Asik will bolster their frontcourt, the Pelicans shooting guards will prove to be the boon of this team. Lacking much offensive firepower in the backcourt, Gordon and Evans chronic injury history and their absence from the line-up will have many posing “what if?” at the end of the season. Damian Lillard Will Be Voted In As An All-Star By The Fans. Strickland: No. With relative shoo-in incumbents Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook and Steph Curry in front of the rapping point gawd MC Dame Lillard, it will be his continued growth as a leader for a talented Portland Trailblazers outfit that will have fans stuffing All-Star ballot boxes to push for his inclusion as one of the top 24 players on the planet for a fun-filled weekend in Gotham. It’s not Dame’s time just yet, but when it is, he won’t relinquish for quite some time. Watson: “Dame” is doing everything right earning a reputation on the court and off of it. The only thing better than an old superstar point guard that hasn’t won it all, is a young superstar point guard that hasn’t won it all. The fans are recognizing, as Lillard’s ability to single handedly win games, is the reason why people are excited about the Trail Blazers. The Los Angeles Clippers Will Win The West. Strickland: No. They have all the talent in the world, an experienced bench, one of the top coaches in The Association in Doc Rivers and a bright owner in Steve Ballmer who has taken the Donald Sterling cloud from over the franchise. Even that will not be enough to overcome the Spurs x Thunders of the NBA world. Whispers of Chris Paul losing a step after a tough close to his playoffs last year will not be offset by a potential MVP-like campaign from Blake Griffin. Watson: The Clippers have all the tools to have the best record in the Western Conference. Blake Griffin is asserting his dominance as one of the top power forwards in the game, head coach Doc Rivers has a roster and a bench that can compete 82 games a season, and there’s Chris Paul. But for all of that, they will continue to realize that the regular season and playoffs are two different seasons and won’t be playing in June. The Utah Jazz Will Sneak Into The Playoffs. Strickland: No! But, going out on the thinnest of limbs here, I truly do believe that a team who won 25 games last year will push for that final playoff spot in the West until the last week of the season. New head coach Quin Snyder has implemented a sharp motion offensive scheme that will highlight the talents of his young stars Gordon Hayward, Trey Burke, Rodney Hood and Dante Exum, as well as allow blossoming big man Derrick Favors and an improving Rudy Gobert, who is coming off of a very solid summer of international play with France’s Bronze medal winning squad at the FIBA World Cup. Watson: Bold considering this team only won 25 games last year, but there is a depth of talent on this Jazz roster and rookie head coach Quinn Snyder has already found ways to maximize it. Even if they don’t make the playoffs, they will be a much-improved squad from the year prior, adding experience to the young core Trey Burke, Dante Exum, Rodney Hood, Rudy Gobert and Derrick Favors. The Spurs Will Repeat. Strickland: Hard to bet against them… but I will! Injuries and how you play around them are a variable that is always necessary to consider in pro sports. So is age. Despite exacting their revenge vs the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals last season, the Spurs ability to defeat father time will factor heavily in allowing a new boss in the West to reign. Watson: Likely the least bold of all the predictions, as the depth, the experience, the coaching, and the minutes management should lead them right back to where they left off. It’s the Spurs title to lose and coach Popovich and the veterans on this team only do that once a decade, (see 2013 NBA Finals). You can find Duane Watson(@duanewatson) and Will Strickland(@wallstrizzle1) plying their trade in the Art of Basketball Commentary on #1On1 with Will & Duane every Saturday afternoon at 3pm ET on TSN 1050 Radio. Tune In! Tell A Friend! You’ll Be Glad You Did! Marlins Jerseys China . -- Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer will be out three to six weeks with a stress fracture of the third finger of his right hand. Marlins Austin Dean Jersey . Re-signed by the club to a one-year, two-way (NHL/AHL) contract on July 5, Bass appeared in three preseason games with Columbus prior to breaking a bone in his hand on Sept. http://www.cheapmarlinsjerseysauthentic.com/?tag=marlins-andre-dawson-jersey. Catch the game on TSN starting at 7pm et/4pm pt. 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Smith struggled against a relentless pass rush while playing the entire first half for Kansas City, even taking a couple wicked shots from the San Francisco defence, and then watched as backup quarterback B.J. Daniels threw a late touchdown pass to give the 49ers a 15-13 victory. \"It was different, definitely different,\" Smith said. \"Those are guys I played a long time with and know very well. There was a lot of talking out there, back and forth from a lot of guys.\" It turned out to be a strange reunion for Harbaugh, too. \"It felt a lot like going against my brother,\" he said. \"It was different. It was personal, in the best kind of way. I wish him great success and health. Well be following him.\" Great success and health? Hardly. Smith was wrestled to the ground at least half a dozen times by the 49ers defence, the most vicious blow coming in the second quarter, when defensive tackle Tony Jerod-Eddie levelled a helmet-to-helmet hit. He was flagged for a personal foul on the play. All the pressure prevented the Chiefs from moving the ball the way they did last week in New Orleans, when the No. 1 offence scored a touchdown on its only drive in a 17-13 defeat. Smith was just 7 of 16 for 62 yards through the air. \"Listen, I expect us to score every time we have the ball,\" Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. \"I dont expect any less than that. So did I expect more? Yeah.\" Phil Dawson hit all three of his field-goal attempts for the 49ers, two of them 55-yarders, while the Chiefs Quintin Demps returned a kickoff 104 yards for a touchdown. Colin Kaepernick, who took over Smiths starting job in San Francisco last season, only played the first offensive series. He threw just two passes, one a completion for minus-3 yards and the other a misfire toward wide receiver Chad Hall, who was running free to the end zone. \"It was a little overthrown,\" Kaepernick said. \"We got the perfect look.\" Colt McCoy and Scott Tolzien alternated series for the 49ers once Kaepernick left, but neither distinguished himself in the race for the No. 2 quarterback job. McCoy threw for 35 yards but also tossed an interception, while Tolzien threw for only 30 yards. The Chiefs played without Pro Bowl running back Jamaal Charles, who strained his right foot when he stepped on a teammate in practice Monday. Charles worked outt before the game and the team considers him day-to-day, though Reid wouldnt discuss his status for next weeks game.dddddddddddd \"Well see when we start practice on Sunday how I feel,\" Charles said. \"Im trying to get my body ready and back in shape.\" The main story line, though, was Smith facing his former team. After leading San Francisco to the playoffs and getting off to a good start last year, he lost the top job when he got hurt. 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh stuck with Kaepernick once Smith was healthy enough to return, and then traded the former No. 1 pick to the Chiefs this past off-season. Smith has mostly taken the high road when asked about how things went down. And if there was any lingering animosity, it seemed to dissolve when he spoke to Harbaugh before the game. \"The first time I ever played against my former team was in a preseason game and it was a great thrill,\" Harbaugh said. \"Im sure that he felt that tonight.\" Once the game started, it was special teams that provided the thrills. Demps, whos trying to solidify a job returning kicks for Kansas City, sent the first shock through a meagre crowd at Arrowhead Stadium in the first quarter. He fielded a kickoff after the first of Dawsons field goals, found a crease and out-ran the coverage for a touchdown. The Chiefs havent had a kickoff return for a score in a regular-season game November 2009, when Charles brought one back against the Pittsburgh Steelers. \"Jamaal Charles? He got some return game?\" Demps asked? \"I got to get some tips from him.\" The 49ers special teams also shined in the third quarter, when backup linebacker Parys Haralson blocked a punt by Dustin Colquitt. Haralson recovered the ball to set up the second of Dawsons 55-yard field goals -- both of them had plenty of distance to spare. Those were the 49ers only points until Daniels hit Chuck Jacobs from 14 yards out with 2:02 left for the go-ahead touchdown, their first touchdown of the preseason after managing only field goals in a 10-6 loss last week to Denver. Notes: Chiefs TE Travis Kelce (bruised knee) and CB Dunta Robinson (shoulder) left the game. ... RT Eric Fisher, the Chiefs No. 1 overall pick, missed a few plays while getting his hand examined. ... Four of the 49ers top seven draft picks didnt play due to injuries: DE Tank Carradine (knee), TE Vance McDonald (leg), RB Marcus Lattimore (knee) and DE Quinton Dial (toe). ... 49ers LT Joe Staley was in uniform after missing four recent practices with an undisclosed injury. He had returned to practice Wednesday. ... Haralson also had a sack. cheap falcons jerseys cheap ravens jerseys cheap bills jerseys cheap bears jerseys cheap bengals jerseys cheap cowboys jerseys cheap lions jerseys cheap texans jerseys cheap colts jerseys cheap jaguars jerseys cheap chiefs jerseys cheap rams jerseys cheap dolphins jerseys cheap vikings jerseys cheap saints jerseys cheap giants jerseys cheap jets jerseys cheap eagles jerseys cheap steelers jerseys cheap 49ers jerseys ' ' '
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