Are we about finished slobbering over the M&M Backcourt — Moo and Murr?
Only problems are: The Nuggets just got younger, not wiser, and general manager Tim Connelly says Gary Harris still is the starting shooting guard and Juancho Hernangomez probably will be playing somewhere in what’s left of the European Union.
Other than that, Connelly and coach Michael Malone (M&M playing for MM) are suggesting the Nuggets will be playing in the playoffs in the coming season.
Of course, Connelly has made that same suggestion ever since he arrived, and, instead, the Nuggets have averaged 33 victories and haven’t reached the postseason since cranky and annual 50-game winner George was ousted.
The Nuggets and their fanciful followers believe the franchise will sign exceptional and seasoned free agents, and will make deals to become contenders in the NBA’s Western Conference.
It had been 38 years since CBS televised boxing on prime time. Keith “One-Time” Thurman and Shawn “Showtime” Porter made it worth the wait. By the time the two welterweights finished pulverizing each other over 12 rounds of terrific action, a packed Barclays Center was exhausted and three judges had to render a difficult decision.
The Rays were blanked in Baltimore on Saturday, which prevented Hondo from cashing for a second straight day and reduced his earnings to 1,873 slaughts. Sunday: Mr. Aitch is depending on Perez to dispense a victory against the Sawx — 20 units on the Rangers. Donald Trump reportedly is considering Chris Christie for an important