Manning Remains Giants QB, Cousins Passes To Sidelined Curry, Zion Returns
BarnBurner Sports Writer
Thursday, March 14, 2019
After the New York Giants traded Odell Beckham Jr, many wondered if they planned to rebuild with a new, younger quarterback. According to ESPN, however, the NY Giants plan to keep 38-year old Eli Manning as their starting quarterback for 2019. The report noted that the Giants were possibly interested in trading for 22-year-old Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen if he became available. The team could also grab a quarterback for the future with their 6th or 17th pick in the NFL draft.
With 27 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists, DeMarcus Cousins helped propel the Golden State Warriors to a big win over their rivals, the Houston Rockets. One of the most entertaining plays of the game, though, didn't count. Steph Curry was standing off-court with a towel on his head when Cousins passed him the ball (mistakenly thinking he was in the game). Curry then made the three-pointer, but it obviously didn't count. Warriors 106, Rockets 104
Duke's superstar Zion Williamson is expected to return to the court tonight in a matchup against Syracuse. Zion hasn't played since February 20th due to a sprained knee resulting from his Nike shoe exploding.