Draymond Green won’t even get ejected from any games!

Godwin possesses a good combination of size, speed and quickness, which he utilizes to get separation for his quarterback. He doesn’t have elite speed, but he has enough to be a vertical threat as well as work the middle of the field on drag routes and slants. He gets off the line well in most situations, using his hands to fight off defensive backs.

Godwin needs to look the ball into his hands better, but he is very good at making adjustments to the ball in the air. He can be dangerous after the catch. He has the ability to play outside the numbers, as well, but Godwin might struggle against more physical corners in the NFL.

The Warriors are by far the best team in the NBA, and will go 16-0 in the playoffs — the first time that’s ever been done — to claim their second championship in three years.

Draymond Green won’t even get ejected from any games!

Stephen Curry will finally win the Finals MVP, capping an extraordinary three-year run and Wholesale Jerseys From China beginning summer conversations about whether he’s the greatest point guard ever.

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Cameron Wake won’t be around much longer to hold down the entire Dolphins pass rush. Ndamukong Suh provides a bunch inside, but getting an edge rusher like Charlton would be a huge boost.

How Warriors can pass the test from the resurgent Thunder

In the Western Conference semifinals, Thunder coach Billy Donovan found success with a big lineup that included both Steven Adams and Enes Kanter. That duo spent a total of five minutes on the court together in their three regular-season meetings with the Warriors, but given their success on the glass against the Spurs (offensive rebound rate of 43 percent with both on the court), don’t be surprised if Donovan continues to experiment with a big lineup.

No matter how Donovan matches up with the Warriors, he will have to find a way to stop the most efficient pick-and-roll offense in the league. The Warriors are averaging a league-best 1.05 points per direct pick, including 1.10 with Curry as the ball handler. Against the Thunder, Curry’s most common defender on these plays was Russell Westbrook, whom he torched for 1.16 points per direct pick. Taking it a step further, in the fourth quarter and overtime against OKC, when the Warriors mounted three big comebacks, they averaged 1.6 points per direct pick with Curry running point.

Ultimately Golden State’s ability to win the series will come down to its shooting. Every team is reliant on efficient shooting for its offensive success, but the Warriors have been one of the three most dependent teams in the NBA. Similarly, the Thunder are one of the four most dependent teams on limiting their opponents’ shooting efficiency for their defensive success.

Most of the Warriors’ losses this season can be explained by their missing shots they normally make. The quality of their shots were not significantly different in their wins when compared to their losses, but their shot making ability (or qSM), which accounts for the difficulty of shots and shooter skill, is highly correlated with their offensive success. Although the Thunder can’t simply hope that the Warriors will go into a series-long slump, they have improved their defense in the playoffs and have the shot makers in Durant and Westbrook to rival the Warriors.

If the Warriors can make shots and control the defensive glass, they should be difficult to beat, but if the regular season is any indication of the type of series we can expect, the defending champs will be tested against the Thunder.

It’s what they wanted.

An exhausted, yet stoic, Dwyane Wade could finally admit as much as he slowly walked out of Air Canada Centre on Sunday evening to board the team bus for the dreaded flight back to Miami. The preferred option on the Miami Heat’s open itinerary was a trip to Cleveland for the Eastern Conference finals.

Wade and LeBron James communicated about the possibility they would match up as rivals only two seasons after they broke up as teammates in Miami. Together with the Heat, Wade and James won two NBA titles and advanced to four trips to the NBA finals in as many years.

Earlier Sunday in a text message, James wished Wade luck going into the Heat’s showdown in Game 7 against the Toronto Raptors. By the time it ended, with the Raptors rolling to 116-89 victory to eliminate the Heat, all James could offer Wade was consolation.

“I tried to get us there,” Wade said through a fatigued smile of moving on to Cleveland. “I did what I could. I don’t know how much I would’ve had left when we got there. But it would’ve been awesome.”

Eagles player: ‘Word on the street’ is Sam Bradford will return for OTAs

Assuming Bradford eventually returns, it doesn’t sound like he’ll need to win over his teammates after the holdout.

“I just see it as a guy handling his business,” Johnson said. “Obviously, I think he’s going to return and when he does that, we’ll break the ice and get back to work.”

Bradford might need to win over his new coach, though. Less than a week ago, Doug Pederson mentioned how Bradford was missing valuable time with the team.

Fall in love with the batting averages on Prado and/or Solarte if you wish, but this should be a two-horse race between the best third baseman in the world — when Machado plays shortstop, that is — and second-year stud Bryant. Arenado, however, has Bryant beat everywhere except in quality of teammates and versatility. Bryant can just take over for him in the fourth inning in San Diego on July 12. No harm there.

Catcher options: Welington Castillo, Francisco Cervelli, Jonathan Lucroy,Yadier Molina, Buster Posey, Wilson Ramos, J.T. Realmuto

Catcher pick: Buster Posey, Giants

Ramos is having an exceptional season, Realmuto is real good, Lucroy is mashing like we know he’s capable and Molina is a transcendent figure for a historic franchise. I’m betting on Posey’s track record to take over and make him the best and easy pick come June 30, though. He’s the best bet on the board. Even if he’s having an off year, he’s on a Hall of Fame track, in his prime, and we won’t be looking back on this pick with disdain.

The Broncos probably won’t start Paxton Lynch right away. Well, actually, maybe you shouldn’t buy into that storyline.

It was a fair narrative: Lynch is a great athlete but he’s not a refined quarterback just yet (few players coming out of college are). It was reasonable to assume he would sit and watch and learn an offense.

But John Elway said during a recent interview with Denver Sports 760 (via Pro Football Talk) the Broncos could be starting Lynch as early as this season.

Things wouldn’t improve from there. Arrieta would settle in and dominate the rest of the way, the Cubs got a two-run homer from the red-hot Addison Russell and ran away with an 8-2 win. They are now 5-0 against the Pirates, having outscored them 37-11 and lead them by nine games (the Cardinals started the day eight back and play later Saturday).

Broken bat bloodies another fan in the stands at Fenway Park

For at least the third time in the past two seasons, a fan was struck in Fenway Park by a broken bat. This time around, the piece of the bat from Astros’ George Springer actually went over the top of the protective netting and struck a man in the head.

I wouldn’t bet against Wilson accomplishing any of his goals. Even these. Actually, given what he has done through his first four seasons in the NFL, I expect him to shatter his own lofty expectations by the time he calls it a career.

He is wired like a total overachiever. He is one of the most mentally strong, unshakeable figures in all of professional sports. He does not believe in wallowing in or accepting failure and truly believes every goal he sets from an athletic standpoint is attainable. Alas, Wilson did have the good sense to scrap any plans to be a Michael Jackson-style singer/dancer long ago as he chronicled in his touching speech, grasping that even he does have limitations in some domains.

“Am I capable of doing what I want to do?” Wilson told the graduates he asked himself at his time. And, realizing that, from the time he was a 3-year-old beast in his local T-ball league, that sports were his gift, Wilson set about honing those skills to be among the very best on the planet.

So yeah, some things may truly be impossible — no amount of hours would turn Wilson into a singer — but the key to finding a meaningful career is to spend as much time as possible harnessing those traits and skills that seem to come more naturally.