My name is Tyra Davis. I'm an huge sports fan. I'm currently in highschool. I'm interested in journalism. I would like to be a sports commentator for ESPN orSportscenter, like Erin Andrews. I love to talk and voice my opinion about what's happening in the sports world. My main sport interest are football and basketball. I hope you guys enjoy my articles. I'd really appreciate your support.
Interesting take tyra, though i dissagree with you on most things. Hope you get an article out soon cuz am looking forward to some friendly arguments with you. Good luck with your next article!
It is highly anticipated that the Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Lakers will be in next year's NBA Finals. My concern is can the Heat keep up with L.A?
My answer is yes. Why not? Kobe, Gasol, and Bynum VS. Wade, Bosh, and James seems like a good match-up. The match-up between Chalmers and Fisher
would be the perfect fit. Even though, Mario Chalmers is inexperienced, he and Fisher had a similar scoring average last year. I would say that Derek Fisher
has a slight edge in this match-up because of the 14 years he's been in the league.
The next match-up would be Pau Gasol and Chris Bosh. Both of the players have different styles at their position. Chris Bosh had the ball more because
his team relied on him . Pau Gasol not so much. I would have to lean towards Chris Bosh Bosh in this match-up because Bosh is more aggressive in the paint
than Gasol is. The fact is that Bosh is more dominant than Gasol.
This match-up between Lebron James and Ron Artest is a no brainer. Lebron James averaged 29.8 points per game, 7.10 rebounds per game, and 8.2
assist per game. While, Artest averaged 11.2 points per game, 4 rebounds per game, and 2.1 assist per game.
A good question would be who's going to be the starting center for the Miami Heat next year? Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Jamaal Magloire, Joel Anthony, or
Dexter Pittman? I would personally say Joel Anthony, I would have to say he's the best of the four. So, how about Andrew Bynum and Joel Anthony?
I think that would be very interesting.
Last, but certaintly not least is the Dywane Wade and Kobe Bryant Match-up. Dywane Wade would certainly be better than last year now that he would
have a better supporting cast. So I would say that Wade would win this match-up. But it is a awfully close match-up. I don't know if anyone has thought of this
but the Miami Heat beat the Lakers last year, and let me remind you with the mediocre team they had last year. Miami's roster is starting to fill up. But we'll
have to see if the rest of the supporting cast is enough to beat the L.A. Lakers next year.
Welcome to the T&F community, Tyra. Give us an article sometime.