Many people believe Micheal Jordan is the NBA G.O.A.T, some people believe Lebron James is or Laker legend Kobe Bryant, may he rest in peace, or “oldheads” who are people young basketball athletes call old school ball players, think it is Magic, Kareem, and/or Larry Bird, in the future it could be Luka Doncic, Lamelo … Continue reading GOAT talk
As of October 9, 2020, Free Agency is underway, and some guys like Braden Holtby, Jacob Markstrom, Torey Krug, and TJ Brodie have signed contracts, but what would it be like to rewind all the way back to one year ago. October 2, 2019. The St. Louis Blues raising the cup banner, the Vegas Golden … Continue reading An odd end to a “perfect” 2020 NHL season
Since today is the start of the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoff, I decided that I will share my predictions. For the First Round, I predict the East will look like this: Philadelphia Flyers beat Montreal Canadiens in five games. The Tampa Bay Lightning defeat the Columbus Blue Jackets in six games. The Washington Capitals take … Continue reading My 2020 Stanley Cup Playoff Predictions
The MLB is back, but in a very small season show, instead of the normal 162 game season, there is now a 60 game season for every team. There is also a 16 team playoff now. As of August 9, 2020 the New York Yankees (10-6), Minnesota Twins (10-6), Oakland Athletics (12-4), Miami Marlins, (7-3), … Continue reading Take me out to the ball game, take me back to the couch
As many Basketball fans know, the NBA is back, but in Orlando, at Disney World. So far, many players/teams have changed. TJ Warren, forward for the Indiana Pacers has shown that cash considerations in a trade for him was was bogus as he leads the NBA Bubble in scoring. Lebron has showed what 17 years … Continue reading The Happiest Place on Earth, for a NBA Bubble?
One part of the NHL’s Return to Play Plan was that their would be a 24 team playoff. 16 teams would end up being in a best-of-five playoff series to make it to the playoffs. The other eight teams we’re the top four teams in their respective conferences, in which they will play a Round … Continue reading Well, Elimination Day, full of surprises
So before I start explaining everything that has been up with my life during quarantine. I wanted to say that I will be back uploading regularly to the Big League Lerner page, on personal and sports stuff. So, now my stuff. The last time I uploaded anything was in March. In these five and a … Continue reading A little update on my personal life.
So, alike my other two prediction stories on the MLB and NHL, the NBA playoffs are nearing soon. If the COVID-19 virus wasn’t around, I will be predicting who will win the NBA finals and the playoff seeding. The seeding falls like this. Eastern Conference 1st place- Milwaukee Bucks- 70-12 2nd place- Toronto Raptors- 61-21 … Continue reading NBA postseason prediction
So, since the MLB is on pause because of COVID-19 now is the perfect time to predict the MLB season. I think the American League will look like this AL East 1. New York Yankees- 119-43 2. Tampa Bay Rays- 87-75 3. Toronto Blue Jays- 79-83 4. Boston Red Sox- 63-99 5. Baltimore Orioles- 43-119 … Continue reading MLB season predictions
As of March 18, The NHL is currently under pause because of the Coronavirus. So while they are under pause, I will be making my predictions for the playoffs, if the season even comes back. I predict the Eastern Conference to look like this Atlantic Division 1st Place- Boston Bruins- 119 points,won the Eastern Conference … Continue reading NHL post Trade Deadline playoff picture prediction