Yesterday afternoon, my dad sent my brother and me a text that stuck with me. He texted: "Hey boys! How you doing? Pretty crazy world right now. I'm glad you are safe! Too bad about sports in general. This has been my favorite time of the year. Basketball tournament time! For the health of the … Continue reading A Text from My Dad
My week was pretty chaotic. On a personal note, my mother has been in the hospital since the 14th with pnemonia and low oxygen levels. But, she gets better and better each day and she should be out by Thanksgiving (fingers-crossed). Luckily, I haven't missed too much good football/basketball because there hasn't been that much. … Continue reading Carson’s Week in Review and Preview of Next Week: 11/25/2019
I was 9 years old when Draymond Green was drafted with the 35th overall pick by the Golden State Warriors. I've been a Michigan State fan out of the womb. My father is a Michigan State graduate and he's taught me what it's like to be a Spartan fan. Draymond is the first good Michigan … Continue reading Why My Favorite Player is Draymond Green in 2019?
Be on the look out for lists to drop talking about the upcoming stars. I think there are great things ahead here on The Quarterblogger. Hang on tight.
There are many rankings out right now. Awards are being given. But, these awards go to the best of the best. Here's the Quarterblogger's All-Americans. PG: Cassius Winston Cassius deserves the position as All-American due to his leadership. He clearly is the best point guard in the country. He is a little undersized and kind … Continue reading The Quarterblogger’s All-Americans
One of the greatest nights of the year is always the Men's College Basketball Championship game. I think this game is going to be entertaining if you like defense. This game is going to go pretty fast with not a lot of fouls and some real good defense of play. Here's a breakdown of each … Continue reading The Battle of Defenses: 2019 Championship Game
Virginia vs. Auburn This game should be a very interesting game. I think that the two teams are polar opposites. Virginia is a slow moving, get a good shot every time down the court type of team. Auburn on the other hand, pulls up for threes in transition more than any team in the country. … Continue reading Final Four Preview