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NCAA Tournament – Teams of the Final Four

Posted on 30 Mar, 2015, by in Basketball, Featured

In the Final Four of the 2015 tournament, we have three number one seeds: Kentucky of the SEC, Duke of the ACC, Wisconsin of the Big Ten. The fourth team, Michigan State, also of the Big Ten, are a surprising number seven seed. More

Kentucky Wildcats

NCAA Tournament – Teams of the Elite Eight

Posted on 28 Mar, 2015, by in Basketball, Featured

The ACC, with three teams (Duke, Louisville, Notre Dame) leads the conferences in Elite Eight representation, followed by the Big Ten (Michigan State, Wisconsin) with two. The SEC (with Kentucky), Pac-12 (Arizona) and WCC (Gonzaga) have just one team each left in the 2015 NCAA Tournament. More

Jahlil Okafor

NCAA Tournament – Teams of the Sweet Sixteen

Posted on 23 Mar, 2015, by in Basketball, Featured

In the Sweet Sixteen stage of the 2015 NCAA tournament, we have five remaining teams from the ACC (Duke, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Louisville, North Carolina State), three from the Pac-12 (Arizona, Utah, UCLA), two from the Big Ten (Wisconsin, Michigan State), two from the Big 12 (Oklahoma, West Virginia), one from the MVC (Wichita State), the WCC (Gonzaga) and the SEC (Kentucky). More

Real Madrid

Champions League – All 8 Teams in the Quarterfinals

Posted on 19 Mar, 2015, by in Featured, Soccer

In the 2015 quarterfinal stage of the Champions League we’re going to have three teams from Spain (Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid), two from France (PSG, Monaco), one from Italy (Juventus), one from Germany (Bayern Munich) and one from Portugal (FC Porto). More

Kentucky SEC Champions

2015 NCAA Tournament Bracket & Seeding

Posted on 16 Mar, 2015, by in Basketball, Featured

With Selection Sunday come and gone, we have our 68 teams for the 2015 NCAA Tournament and bracket, including the four number one seeds: Kentucky of the SEC in the … More

Calvin Johnson

Non-Quarterback Players With $100 Million Contracts

Posted on 9 Mar, 2015, by in Featured, Football

With a huge new contract from the Miami Dolphins, Ndamukong Suh joins Albert Haynesworth, J.J. Watt, Larry Fitzgerald and Calvin Johnson in the exclusive group of non-quarterbacks that have been signed to a contract worth $100 million or more. More

San Antonio Spurs

San Antonio Spurs – The Best Team Ever, Sort of

Posted on 4 Mar, 2015, by in Basketball, Featured

The Los Angeles Lakers keep losing. The San Antonio Spurs? They’re a little bit off their game, but not so much as to derail them from their annual trip to the NBA playoffs, and on the way also become, at least for now, the team with the best regular season winning percentage in NBA history. More

Jason Pierre-Paul

NFL Free Agency – Teams Using the Franchise Tag

Posted on 3 Mar, 2015, by in Featured, Football

Five teams chose to use the franchise tag heading into 2015 NFL free agency: The Dallas Cowboys on Dez Bryant, Denver Broncos with Demaryius Thomas, New York Giants on Jason Pierre-Paul, Kansas City Chiefs with Justin Houston and the New England Patriots on kicker Stephen Gostkowski. More

Russell Westbrook

Oklahoma City Thunder – Is Russell Westbrook Really MVP Worthy?

Posted on 24 Feb, 2015, by in Basketball, Featured

The rise of the Oklahoma City Thunder to capture what right now grants them a playoff spot is mainly attributed to the excellent basketball Russell Westbrook is playing. Always an excellent debate and discussion topic on good and bad days, this is the season he’s finally taken seriously as an MVP candidate. But can he actually win it? More

Jeremy Lin vs Celtics

Remember When the Celtics vs Lakers Meant Something?

Posted on 22 Feb, 2015, by in Basketball, Featured

The Los Angeles Lakers are a sad, bad, broken down team. The Boston Celtics aren’t much better, but they’re trying to win, at least. Byron Scott, on the other hand, is doing his best to lose at every opportunity, from his weird abuse of Jeremy Lin and Nick Young to making purposeful wrong decisions at every turn of the road, hoping it gets him more years at the job for perceived loyalty to the grand master plan. More