The start of BYU Football is now only 76 days away and with that we feature BYU’s 76th best ever player, Taysom Hill.
Last night the NBA Finals ended in one of the most intense and dramatic Finals that I have witnessed in nearly a decade since the Heat vs Mavericks series that was perhaps the biggest upset in Finals history.
The storylines, the injuries and the back and forth scoring was incredible in the ultimate win by the Raptors. Although history will say that the Raptors won in six games, the series will ultimately be defined by the injuries to Kevin Durrant and Klay Thompson in games five and six of the Finals. Granted injuries can not be to blame and the Raptors did what they had to do, but two injuries in the Finals is really rare, normally injuries occur before the Finals and players don’t recover in time.
Either way, it was a great game that if not for two injuries, probably would have set the game seven of the century. Today’s player in the BYU Football Top 100 features a player who also left fans wondering what could have been if he had not gone down with injuries.