2020 has been a rollercoaster ride for the entire world. Our world was put on pause due to Covid-19. The way we lived our lives was completely derailed. Sports fans everywhere lost their escape from the real world when the sports world came to a halt. As the world heals from the pandemic so does our escape from reality. With the NBA back in full swing, it’s relieving to see things are getting back to normal
and somethings never change with LeBron making his tenth finals appearance with his 3rd different team leading the Lakers to their first finals appearance since the late great Kobe Bryant led Lakers in 2010.
- The King had another dominating performance notching his 28th career triple-double shooting 15-
25 with 38 points 16 rebounds and 10 assist to send home the Denver Nuggets in game 5 of the Western
Conference Finals. It is safe to say that LeBron has flipped the switch and ready to pop The Bubble as the Lakers saddle up to go head to head with the blazing hot Miami Heat team in the 2020 NBA Finals.
Game 1 is Wed, 9/30 at 9 pm.
The NBA isn’t the only thing to get excited about. The MLB is back in business and the regularseason was gone in the blink of an eye and its playoff time. But this isn’t your average playoff picture.
Its 2020 so you know Major League Baseball had to shake things up. The MLB has implemented an expanded playoff format with 16 teams. This could possibly be one of the wildest postseasons we have ever seen with this new format with teams that haven’t hit their stride getting an extra chance to make something special happen. Our own Cleveland Indians played well enough to make the cut this year and will be battling the New York Yankees in the Wild Card round in a 3 game series. American League
Triple Crown-winning picture Shane Bieber will be starting for the Tribe in the first game of the series.
All Sports Cleveland cannot wait to see what this action-packed playoff picture has to offer.
The year 2020 has been full of surprises. A lot of them not so pleasant. But something out of theordinary has happened and probably the most shocking thing for a lot of people and that’s our
Cleveland Browns are over .500 for the first time since 2014 with the season just starting and the Browns suffering an embarrassing but not crippling week one loss against the Ravens they have managed to put together 2 commanding wins in back to back weeks putting the browns at 2-1. The season is still very young. New head coach Kevin Stefanski seems to be a sight for sore eyes. maybe it’s to early to tell. But the excitement and aura in Cleveland has come a long way since Freddie Kitchens and Hue Jackson. But then again you can’t spell miracle with CLE. With the sports world getting back to normal hopefully so does our reality.