In the past three weeks we’ve seen Steph Curry go for 51, Kevin Durant have his 43rd career 40 point game and Klay Thompson pour in 37 in one quarter. These kinds of performances are what we like to call “Stop and Watch games.” As in stop what you’re doing right now and get to a television immediately.
While NaVorro Bowman might not be playing, the rest for the 49ers has been good. Seattle is more or less healthy setting up an even rematch at least in terms of injuries.
San Francisco right tackle Anthony Davis was able to drive home following a cross-country flight from New York last month despite feeling “loopy” from a concussion he didn’t initially realize was so severe. “After the game, adrenaline […]
Although it is still too early to make any serious determinations about where the season is headed, a handful have players have separated themselves early on as potential MVP candidates. Here is a small sample […]
Anthony Davis is still recovering from his concussion and Justin Smith has a bad back, but Smith will play and no other important players will miss this important game. Seattle on the other hand has no new injuries, making both sides relatively healthy.
1ST HOUR–2ND SEG We did a recap of the Kings big win over the Pelicans and Paul Bessire from predictonmachine.com came on to go over the upcoming weekend in the NFL.
When the 49ers and Redskins meet this Sunday injuries will keep some players off the field, but none that should have a major impact on the game. Of the two teams, San Francisco is in far better shape though as Washington could see 4 of their starters sit out.
1ST HOUR–1ST SEG Humpday started off with audio from the loss the Sacramento Kings took at the hands of the New Orleans Pelicans. We did an NBA round up, we hit Sports Headlines and discussed […]
Grant’s fourth segment focused on the Sacramento Kings and their game tonight against the Pelicans, highlighting the importance of Jason Thompson playing tight defense on blooming superstar Anthony Davis. Omer Asik’s injury was also discussed, […]
Tuesday’s installment of the Grant Napear Show opened with an injury update on Rudy Gay, who has been upgraded from questionable to probable heading into tonight’s affair against the Pelicans. Grant then discussed the matchup […]
San Francisco will be without Vernon Davis and Anthony Davis when they take on the Chiefs this Sunday. Kansas City will also be without at least one starter, and has several others dealing with some sort of injury. Neither team will be seriously undermanned for this pivotal matchup though.
It’s only week 2 and both the 49ers and Bears are both less than 100% entering an important matchup. Outside of Anthony Davis all players are a question mark, so hopefully injuries will have a minimal effect on the outcome.