Sunday, November 30, 2014

Greg Crawford On Basketball, For November 30th, 2014

By Gregory Crawford---TV, Print and Radio Basketball Analyst-- on twitter @wchoops @kcsportsmgmt @crawssportsbiz

LeBron---- There is no question that LeBron James is the best player in the NBA right now and has been and will be for sometime.

Lately I have heard and read that more people saying LeBron is the greatest basketball player of all time. Obviously a lack of history prevails with these people. LeBron in the end might become the greatest of all time, but for my money always, the great basketball player of all time will be Magic Johnson, not Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain, who are closes seconds.

Scores---- Moved my season record yesterday to 21-15 on my NBA predictions. Of course these are for entertainment purposes only, but here we go for Sunday games.

Miami 88 @ New York 87
Minnesota 87 @ Portland 120
Memphis 105 @ Lakers 107 (upset special of the night)

Concordia---- The great streak of Brad Barbarick's Concordia Cavalier men's team had to end sometime and it did last night at 8 games, as a good St. Martins team beat the Cavs in Portland 73-72. The Saints were led by Tyler Copp and Brent Counts. In case you wondering, yes Brent Counts is the grandson of the great basketball player Mel Counts.

Portland State/Portland---- At the very worst as I write this, the combined records of the Portland Pilots and Portland State Vikings would be 11-2 as they come into Wednesday night's big showdown in Portland, Oregon at the Pilots home venue, the Chiles Center.

Today, the Pilots play in Nashville against a tough Valporiso team and the Vikings travel to Eugene to meet the Oregon Ducks.

No matter what the outcome of those games, if you are in the Portland Metro area, you need to be at U  of Portland on Wednesday night, 7:00 tip.

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