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There are many loyal San Antonio Spurs fans all over the world that would love to watch San Antonio NBA games but unfortunately a lot of people will not be going to the stadium to watch these matches for one reason or the other.

The truth remains that not everyone will have all the resources involved in watching NBA games. However, assuming resources is not an issue, it is also practically impossible for all the fans to gather and watch these games in one venusport

In fact, space constraints will rear it head and this is unavoidable. Make no mistake, television and the internet will continue to be source for watching these games and most spurs fans will have to make do with watching NBA Stream San Antonio spurs matches.

The Texas based An Antonio Spurs compete in the NBA as part as members of the Western Conference Southwestern Division with their home games being played at the AT &T  center located in the heart of San Antonio.

It is important to recall that the San Antonio Spurs remains the only team from the American basketball Association to have won the NBA Championship. It is not surprising that the spurs have a rich history after being intact after the American Basketball Association and National Basketball Association Merger in 1976.

San Antonio fans will be looking to a season where the Spurs add to their already 5 NBA championship win. It is important to note that only the likes of Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics have more NBA championships that San Antonio Spurs.

Watching NBA Live Streaming San Antonio Spurs games this season promises to be interesting because the spurs have been getting stronger of late. Since the disappointment of the 2015-2016 season when they became the first defending champion to be eliminated in the first round of the NBA playoffs, the San Antonio spurs have become stronger finishing with a 67-15 record which happens to be their best ever winning percentage since the franchise to effect.

The set other records like having the most home wins of 40in a season and also the best league defense. But one of the most interesting issues that could be an issue if not handled properly will have to be the retirement of Duncan who has been of immense value to the San Antonio Spurs.

It is important to note that Duncan announced his retirement on July 11, 2016 after a whooping 19 seasons playing for the San Antonio spurs. However, whether it will affect the team will be something to watch out for this season as it progresses.

The good news for the spurs fan will surely be the capture of one of the games promising hits which is Dewanye Dedmon which is expected to solve some of the problem of spurs. We can only hope that he comes good for Spurs as we view NBA Live streaming San Antonio Spurs this season.

 

JURGEN KLOPP AND LIVERPOOL

Jurgen Klopp gave Liverpool new life when he was appointed in 2015 and has steered the Reds back to the Champions League.Soccer 360 Magazines Andrew Tuft considers the Anfield revolution…

Klopp Idol

There were few Coaches as in-demand as Jurgen Klopp when the ex-Borussia Dortmund boss took over at Liverpool in October 2015, and there were few Coaches who seemed as well suited to the Reds as the passionate German.

Brendan Rodgers’ middle-management approach to football, replete with 1990s motivational tricks such as the never-revealed names of the players who would let the team down in envelopes [hint: there never were any names], only briefly found favour with the Anfield hordes. And that was when the frenetic street football of Raheem Sterling, Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge caught fire, in stark contrast to the glossy but anaemic business-speak off it. When Sterling, Suarez and Sturridge combined the fans roared, but when Rodgers opened his mouth, they rolled their eyes.

Klopp was immediately different to his predecessor, Rodgers sacked only a few months into the 2015-16 season immediately after a Merseyside derby draw at Everton. Rodgers forever gave the impression he was looking for a soundbite any time he came near a microphone, while for Klopp, the words came easily, even in his second language. “Does anyone in this room think I can do wonders? No. I am a normal guy,” he told reporters at his first Press conference. “I am the Normal One.” Most other managers would be guilty of false modesty, but not Klopp.

But charisma could only take Klopp so far. Even someone so immediately well-liked — and not just by Liverpool fans — had to deliver results. A goalless draw away at Tottenham Hotspur in his first game was considered progress for a side that was floundering in 10th under Rodgers. A first Premier League win, at Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea with an away support with a long memory back to the Reds and the Blues battling it out in the Champions League a decade earlier, was welcomed as a sign of things to come.

Indeed, of Klopp’s first 11 games in charge, Liverpool lost only once, to Crystal Palace and a late Scott Dann goal. A 6-1 League Cup thrashing of Southampton on the south coast suggested the German’s ‘heavy metal football’ had taken root. But then Liverpool went four games without a win, including limp defeats at Newcastle and Watford, and a home draw with West Brom when only a late Divock Origi goal salvaged a point. It was clear there was a lot of work still to do.

The tone was set for the rest of the season. When Liverpool were good — such as in hammering Aston Villa 6-0 at Villa Park — they were very good. When they were bad — blowing a two-goal lead at Southampton and losing 3-2 — they were very bad. The Europa League, which saw Klopp face Dortmund in the quarter-finals and eliminate his previous employers after an epic home second leg, provided more encouragement than Liverpool’s meandering league form.

It didn’t provide a first trophy, though, as Liverpool fell to Europa League specialists Sevilla in the final. Daniel Sturridge gave Liverpool the lead but Sevilla scored three second-half goals to win the competition for the third straight season and reach the Champions League. Speaking a few months later, Klopp pinpointed what went wrong. “We conceded a goal too early in that second half from a little mistake,” he acknowledged. “It was 1-1 and for us it was a shock. You could see it. It was a shock for everybody.”

Liverpool finished eighth that season, missing out on a return to European football. Klopp had a good seven months to run the rule over the squad he inherited from Rodgers, and wasted little time in making changes. Six players were brought in. Four of them — Loris Karius, Alex Manninger, Joel Matip and Ragnar Klavan — came from the Bundesliga. The other two, Sadio Mane and Georginio Wijnaldum, were recruited from Southampton and Newcastle respectively.

It was in players leaving Liverpool that Klopp made his biggest mark. There were 14 permanent departures, including stalwart defender Martin Skrtel and Joe Allen, fresh from an impressive Euro 2016 with Wales and, having been almost the poster boy of Rodgers’ patient passing style, confirmation that times were changing at Anfield.

Klopp suggested at the time of Allen’s move to Stoke that financial considerations were a factor too. “We have to make decisions, we have to find solutions. We have to…think about our situation,” he said, Allen’s £11m sale coming days after Wijnaldum’s £23m arrival. No Premier League club raised more money through sales than Liverpool, but they were only sixth when it came to money spent, Klopp operating on a different financial level to the Manchester clubs, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.

Despite being outspent by six clubs, the consensus was that Champions League qualification was the aim for Liverpool in 2016-17. Liverpool had been out of the competition since 2014-15, a one-season end to a drought that went back to 2010, a lifetime for a club that measures itself as much by its European success as its domestic achievements.

Early indications were good. Arsenal were vanquished at the Emirates Stadium to start the season in a seven-goal thriller, and after a frustrating defeat at Burnley, Liverpool dropped only six points from their next 10 games, taking 24 from a possible 30. By the end of November, after 13 games, Klopp’s team were second, a point behind eventual champions Chelsea and six clear of runners-up Tottenham. Never mind the Champions League — Liverpool were in the title race.

It was the New Year that did for Liverpool’s fleeting challenge, dropped points against Sunderland, Swansea City and Hull City in-keeping with the Burnley result back in August, and at a time when Mane, without question the most successful of Klopp’s summer signing, was at the African Cup of Nations. “It was such a hard moment in January. We had these games, it was not the freshest moment of the season,” Klopp said later. “Missing Sadio in the shape he was, was not perfect.”

A season-ending injury in April again highlighted the Senegal international’s importance as even the inspired form of Philippe Coutinho couldn’t close the gap on the very top of the table. Liverpool ended the season strongly, clinching a top-four finish ahead of Arsenal, but the admiring glances cast towards Coutinho from Barcelona made for some concern.

Klopp, though, was elated with Champions League qualification. “For me it’s the best competition, you want to be there and Liverpool needs to be there consistently,” he said. “We have to make steps, and make the step for us to be around the best teams in the world, because we are one of the best clubs.”

To get there, Klopp has plenty of problems left to solve. After swapping between Karius and Mignolet, a decision has to be made on his first-choice goalkeeper. So too a partner for Matip, a long-term left-back to replace James Milner and over the future of Sturridge, restricted to only 11 starts in all competitions through injury and non-selection. Liverpool scored fewer goals and conceded more than the three teams above them, suggestingsignificant improvement is needed at both ends of the pitch.

The appeal of Champions League football will help attract new players, and keep existing stars such as Coutinho. But the Champions League isn’t the end for Klopp, who wants qualification through an even better league finish. “I think fourth place…is second best. We learned a lot in this year about ourselves,” he admitted. “I could start tomorrow. I’m already looking forward to what we can do.” The Normal One has spoken.

Coach Gerrard

Jurgen Klopp may have only just started the process of returning Liverpool to their former glory but he’s already looking to the future — to the time someone else sits in the Anfield dugout, and Klopp knows who it should be: Steven Gerrard.

“I told him when I leave, or the club sack me, I don’t care of course who’ll be my successor, but I’d love that he’d be it,” Klopp revealed. “I’ll do everything I can to make sure he gets all the information he needs. The future of this club needs legends like Steven Gerrard in decisive positions.”

Gerrard has only recently returned to the Liverpool fold, taking a role with the Academy in February after retiring as a player in November 2016. Barring a brief stay at the LA Galaxy, Gerrard spent his entire career with the Reds, some 710 games, 186 goals and a haul of silverware.

“It feels like completing the circle, returning to the place where professionally it all began,” Gerrard. “However, this isn’t a decision based on emotion — it’s about what I can offer and contribute to Liverpool.”

Gerrard will take over Liverpool’s Under-18 side for next season and has already received praise for his handling of the youngsters in his charge, while rejecting more than one offer to become a manager elsewhere. “It would have been learning on the job in at the deep end and I probably wasn’t ready,” Gerrard admitted. A few years shadowing Klopp, though, could see Gerrard go from the last Liverpool captain to lift the Champions League to the next Liverpool manager to win it.

Factfile

Name: Jurgen Klopp

Born: June 16, 1967 (Stuttgart, Germany)

Ht / Wt: 1.93m/83kg

Position: Manager

Club: Liverpool

Manager stats

Years Club Played Won Drew Lost Win %

2001-2008 Mainz 270 109 78 83 40%

2008-2015 Borussia Dortmund 318 179 69 70 56%

2015- Liverpool 99 50 28 21 50%

Correct to May 23

QUOTE-OUT: “Does anyone in this room think I can do wonders? No. I am a normal guy”

QUOTE-OUT: “The Champions League is best competition, you want to be there and Liverpool needs to be there consistently”

QUOTE-OUT: “We learned a lot this year about ourselves…I’m already looking forward to what we can do”

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Accurate Betting Tips for Soccer, Tennis and More

There are a huge number of individuals who wager on various games. While some go for the fun, others utilize it to a gains. Regardless of what the reason may be, it is critical to realize that wagering is not a ‘get rich rapidly’ plot. To be effective in wagering, you have to buckle down and get legitimate information about various games before you put down your wager.

Here are some imperative games wagering tips to build your odds of winning cash with wagering.

When you put down your wager, you ought to know precisely what you are searching for. Bouncing into games wagering without learning base about the amusement can bring about you losing your well-deserved cash. Discover tips and expectations online to help you put down wagers. Numerous online sites offer free, exact soccer and tennis expectations. You ought to do your examination and locate a dependable site that gives precise markers of wins.

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There are times when bettors may feel energized or disappointed with the diversion. It regularly drives them to stray from the system that they need to work for themselves. It is vital never to lose control in the event that you need to become wildly successful in wagering. You ought to dependably consider the long haul impact each time you make a wager. It is basic not to get excessively steamed or over-energized regardless of what the result.

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Chelsea, One Step Closer to Glory

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On Monday 6th March 2017, Stratford, London’s commonly known as the Olympic Stadium witnessed a game between the current league table toppers Chelsea and West Ham United. The Pensioners with a stunning display of overall game registered their 21st victory of the league and took a giant leap to win the title in Antonio Conte’s first season as manager. Antonio with his expertise was yet again successful in putting a show of perfect tactical arrangement against the threat of WHU’s 6ft 4’ front man strategy. With their remarkable attacking ability in the 25th minute fronts of Chelsea were able to pierce through the defenses of West Ham and Chelsea’s Belgium Winger, Hazard, after playing interesting one-to-one with Pedro shifted the ball perfectly past their keeper. The deal was doubled when the same winger chopped the corner from the left and handing it over to Spain’s unbeatable striker Diego Costa who clearly didn’t make mistake in putting this one where it belonged as well. This was 17th league goal for him.

The Hammers, however didn’t feel like going home without putting 1 with their team name in the scorecard. At the stoppage time, Carrol was cleverly able to rob Febregas and passed it onto Andre Ayew who judged it right, squared for Lazini to fire it in. At the time of whistles, the scorecard, West Ham United 1 – 2 Chelsea. The hammers and The Blues are rather having some interesting statistical battle going on. Chelsea are now crowned for winning 118 Premier League London matches, this is more than any team. West Ham has managed winning only 3 for their past 22 against Chelsea. 16 ended as a loss and 4 as a draw.

Chelsea is all set after this win to have an FA Cup quarter final against Manchester United, this Monday. With a terrific win in their tank, Chelsea might arrange to go beyond The Leonardo’s of the game as they’re getting good in drawing. Chelsea with an all set and all confident lineup may be able to capture another one to their name. Once that is done they will be coming back to the league going against the current number nine, Stoke City which according to the records is not going to be a problem for them either. West Ham on the other hand will be able to settle the score down away at Bournemouth.

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