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Teams With the Most Champions League Finals

Posted on 5 May, 2016, by in Featured

The European Cup has been around since 1955, but the Champions League brand only came to be in the 1992-1993 season, with a group stage introduced for the first time. Since then, no club has been able to repeat as champions. Six teams have been to four finals or more, winning at least one time: Manchester United, Real Madrid, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and AC Milan. More

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10 Oldest Baseball Players Heading Into the 2016 Season

Posted on 7 Apr, 2016, by in Featured

The list of the 10 oldest baseball players starting out the 2016 season as part of the 40-man rosters includes six pitchers, two of them Cy Young winners (R.A. Dickey and Bartolo Colon) while on the hitters side of the room there are two former AL MVP winners (Alex Rodriguez and Ichiro Suzuki). More

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11 Highest Paid Baseball Players Heading Into the 2016 MLB Season

Posted on 28 Mar, 2016, by in Featured

The upper echelon of earners in Major League Baseball is favoring the pitchers, with seven of them appearing in the top 11, including having the only three players making over … More

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Tallest Active Players in the NBA

Posted on 27 Mar, 2016, by in Featured

They say the NBA is no longer a big man’s league, and it’s partially true. However, there are still giants way above 7-foot roaming the hardwoods, and in the case of the four tallest NBA players right now, all of them happen to be rookies: Boban Marjanovic, Tibor Pleiss, Kristaps Porzingis and Walter Tavares. More

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2016 NCAA Tournament: Sweet Sixteen Teams

Posted on 21 Mar, 2016, by in College Basketball, Featured

The 2016 NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen field is made up of six ACC teams (North Carolina, Virginia, Duke, Syracuse, Notre Dame and Miami) three Big 12 teams (Kansas, Oklahoma and Iowa State), three Big Ten teams (Indiana, Maryland and Wisconsin), one from the WCC (Gonzaga), one from the SEC (Texas A&M), one from the Pac-12 (Oregon) and one from the Big East (Villanova). More

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5 Most Disappointing NBA Teams This Season

Posted on 16 Mar, 2016, by in Featured, NBA

While the season isn’t over yet (under 20 games to go), it’s easy to spot and pick the most disappointing NBA teams in 2015-2016, even if some of them make the playoffs: The Chicago Bulls, Washington Wizards, Houston Rockets, Milwaukee Bucks and the New Orleans Pelicans. More

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2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Bracket

Posted on 14 Mar, 2016, by in College Basketball, Featured

Selection Sunday is behind us, the First Four and more importantly, the 2016 NCAA Tournament is ahead. While there are surprises with some of the overall selections and seeding, there’s nothing surprising about the number one teams: Kansas in the South regional, Oregon in the West, North Carolina in the East and Virginia in the Midwest. More

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NBA Rumors – Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James Unhappy With How This Season is Turning out

Posted on 9 Mar, 2016, by in Featured, NBA

The Cleveland Cavaliers aren’t letting the Memphis Grizzlies loss slip by unnoticed. LeBron James is trying to use it as another rallying call for a team that’s expected to contend for the NBA championship, but sometimes pulls off inexplicable losses which show a problem in preparation and maybe focus, which can be interpreted in different ways heading into the playoffs. More

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11 Biggest G5 Conferences & Independents College Football Stadiums

Posted on 8 Mar, 2016, by in Featured

The list of biggest stadiums in college football doesn’t have room for anyone outside the Power conferences. But what about everyone else? Independents and G5 schools? Well, here it is, with two Independent schools showing up in the top 10, while four NFL stadiums help boost the rankings of four schools who struggle filling them up on a regular day, although special occasions do happen. More

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Longest Active NCAA Tournament Droughts for Power Conference Teams

Posted on 7 Mar, 2016, by in Featured

The NCAA Tournament is in the air everywhere you look around, but some teams haven’t been in it for a long time. In fact, there are 10 teams from the power/major conferences (which we decided the Big East belong in) that haven’t played in it for the last 8 years, including one that’s never been there. This season, for some of them, the drought is about to end. More