Will it be the Lakers, where Kobe is gone and new head coach Luke Walton is in?
Could it be San Antonio, where Tim Duncan could be done playing for OKC's perennial nemesis?
Of course, Barcelona's Messi is too modest to suggest this. We'll plump for the one in the 2015 Copa del Rey final when, from just inside the Athletic Bilbao half, he takes the ball on the right flank, weaves past four bamboozled players and beats the keeper at his near post.
In 2013, a Japanese jeweler created a gold replica of his left foot valued at $5.25 million. Everyone knows that the real thing is actually priceless. Pure genius."He is the best player in the world by some distance. He can take advantage of every mistake we make." -- Arsene Wenger, Arsenal's manager, after Messi had scored four past them-- Ian Chadband The joyous boy from Brazil (and Barcelona) is only 24, but, goodness, he's already lived a life.
He's playing as well as anyone in the world, with four performances of 100-plus runs in the Indian Premier League this season.
To provide context, consider that all other players in the league have a total of three centuries in 2016.
It is something original, beautiful and effective." -- Jorge Valdano, Argentine World Cup winner and soccer sage-- Ian Chadband Whenever you play, you are worshipped by those who think that watching one of your matches is like seeing Nureyev or Olivier on stage.