It wasn’t long ago when many followers of the Big Blue Nation believed Shai Gilgeous-Alexander would flourish in the NBA after one quick year at Kentucky.
While he’s certainly played well in just over a full season, most didn’t anticipate him playing for his second team in many years. In fact, many probably expected Gilgeous-Alexander to be paired with Patrick Beverly to boast a nightmare backcourt defensively for the Los Angeles Clippers.
Instead, LA sent their prized rookie to Oklahoma City (along with many other assets) in exchange for All-NBA forward Paul George. This season, the Clippers are of course contending for the NBA title. But OKC are, respectfully, winners of four straight with Gilgeous-Alexander playing his best basketball of the season.
During that four game streak, the former Kentucky Wildcat is averaging more than 22 points per game with last night’s win ironically coming against the Clippers. Despite a drastic change in chemistry and coaching at such a young age, Gilgeous-Alexander is everything the Big Blue Nation knew he would be.
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Hard as it is to believe, the Raiders have a path to the playoffs. Here’s what would have to happen in Week 17:— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 23, 2019
Raiders beat Broncos
Ravens beat Steelers
Texans beat Titans
Colts beat Jaguars
If those four things happen next Sunday, the Raiders make it as a wild card.
From the Antonio Brown rollercoaster to the playoffs? It’s certainly “possible.”
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