Balling out! The Cleveland Cavaliers will be traveling to The Q Arena for a game with the Houston Rockets on March 29th, at 8:00pm EST. All eyes will be on the Cav’s and Kyrie Irving who has been swept up in a dramatic love triangle. Catch the NBA action online here!
The Cavaliers will be taking their 52-21, Eastern Conference best record to Houston to give the sub-500 Rockets a chance at taking down a Goliath. This game has taken on added interest since Kyrie Irving, 24, of the Cavaliers has become involved in a near-deadly love triangle. Watch how the off-court drama affects Kyrie and the rest of the Cav’s on the court online here!
It is unclear if Kyrie will play against the Rockets after his troubled ex Kehlani, 20, almost took her life after being called out online for allegedly cheating on the NBA star with rapper PARTYNEXTDOOR, 22. Kyrie is getting support from teammates and will likely be a game time decision.
Meanwhile, the Rockets will need solid performances from their starters and extra efforts from their bench if they have a shot at successfully defending their home court against the first place Cavs. Khloe Kardashian‘s ex-bf James Harden, 26, averages over 28 points per game as a shooting guard for the Rockets and will earn $15 million this season. Don’t expect James or any Rocket to roll over when the reigning Eastern Conference champions come by for a visit. WATCH THE LIVE STREAM HERE.
People have called Cleveland’s LeBron James, 30, a G.O.A.T. for years with good reason. Not a goat like the farm animal but as in the greatest of all time. LeBron is a two-time NBA champion and a four-time NBA MVP. The only shot the Rockets have at beating him and the Cavs is if LeBron decides to take a break and sit this game out. Well guess what? That’s exactly his plan. The NBA playoffs are around the corner and the Cavaliers want their big man in the best shape possible. The Cavs are likely to repeat as champs in the East and will need LeBron to have fresh legs if they have a chance against the Golden State Warriors, the likely repeat Western champs who are breaking ankles all over the NBA this season.
Who have you got in this one HollywoodLifers? With LeBron riding the bench do you think the Rockets have a chance at a vo?