Killenaule’s Kieran Bergin admits winning the Munster title is a monkey off their back but says their attention has already turned to All Ireland challenge. The team won the Premier’s 41st Munster title at Semple Stadium on Sunday afternoon, beating a strong Waterford side in front of a capacity home crowd.Thurles Sarsfields clubman Padraic Maher is due to undergo tests and assessments on a shoulder injury he picked up during Sunday’s provincial decider.Tipperary now have 5 weeks before their next match, an All Ireland Semi Final on the 16th August.
“The suspense and the excitement around the trade deadline is always kind of pretty crazy,” James said. “Sometimes things happen where guys and players and teams exchange players, and sometimes it don’t happen. But the conversations and the speculation is always there every year.”Los Angeles enters play Thursday in 10th in the Western Conference with a 27-27 record. James’ resume includes three NBA championships and Finals MVPs, four Most Valuable Player awards, 15 All-Star appearances as well as Rookie of the Year honors in 2004.While he might not “need” anything, the Lakers did join in on the trade deadline action. Los Angeles acquired forward Mike Muscala from the Clippers for Michael Beasley and Ivica Zubac, according to ESPN. It also dealt for forward Reggie Bullock. NBA trade deadline: Lakers acquire Mike Muscala from Clippers for Michael Beasley, Ivica Zubac Lonzo Ball celebrates after Lakers don’t trade him at deadline There’s nothing LeBron James needs from the NBA.The Lakers star told reporters anything else he accomplishes in his illustrious career “is just icing on the cake.” The comments came ahead of the trade deadline on Thursday’s shootaround at TD Garden. “There’s nothing I need to get in this league that I don’t already have,” James told Masslive.com. “I love the process of everything I go through to be able to compete every single night and put teams in position to compete for championships.”But there’s nothing I’m chasing or feel like I need to end my career on.” Related News