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The word potential doesn't belong in the same sentence, much less the same conversation when talking about Spieth. He shed the potential label years ago because he was a winner since day 1. Potential was shed for "expectations" - and he's steamrolled every expectation since. Schniederjans has shown potential for sure - but to realistically accomplish the resume of Spieth, he'll likely be pushing 30 by the time that happens - if it ever does.
Very hard to call Jordan's two seasons with the Wizards anything les than spectacular. He took 4+ years off from the NBA, to return to a league that was the youngest and fastest it has ever been, and averaged nearly 23 ppg. Tiger needs a 5-6 year run like VJ had in his forties IMO.
And somehow, there's a major disconnect:http://www.si.com/tennis/2015/06/26/daily-data-viz-serena-williams-serena-slam-wimbledonhttp://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/tennis/serena-williams-isnt-stopping-to-enjoy-the-serena-slam/2015/07/11/dc9c5f94-2806-11e5-aae2-6c4f59b050aa_story.htmlhttp://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-DFB-23211http://m.tennis.com/pro-game/2015/07/serena-williams-in-easy-win-over-bonaventure-in-swedish-open/55633/#.VbKeIaa9LCQAaaaaaannnnd straight from the...
There has always been an identifier attached when its referenced to winning all of a sports seasonal majors overlapped into two seasons. Most recently: http://www.si.com/tennis/2015/06/26/daily-data-viz-serena-williams-serena-slam-wimbledonTiger slam is the most notable reference.There's a reason the word "grand" is taken out...because it isn't a true grand-slam.I'll listen to, and respect a revisionists argument when it comes to the definition(s). But I think it's pretty...
I voted no. The clock starts at 0:00:00 once the season begins. No one considers the 2003-2004 Patriots 21 game winning streak as anything other than damn impressive - the undefeated '72 Dolphins are the benchmark. Four majors in one season, from April to August; not June to April.
Spieth has to birdie 17 now.
Spieth's second consecutive final rd par 3 miss right. Edit: major final rd
I don't hate the guy. I've seen him at a couple of tournaments, interacted with him briefly at the 2011 PGA Championship - he just lacks the overall professional charm and coordialness compared to other pros I've observed in person. No ill will - there's just others I'd prefer to see win.
Anyone but Zach Johnson please.
Duval shot 67. Wow.
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