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LeBron James #23

Cleveland Cavaliers – LeBron James Should Stop Trying to be Michael Jordan

Posted on 28 Jul, 2014, by in Basketball, Featured

Numbers shouldn’t matter, but there’s more than a jersey print when it comes to LeBron James switching back to the #23 jersey instead of the #6 he wore while playing for the Miami Heat. Escaping from the name and comparison to Michael Jordan would do him and the Cleveland Cavaliers a world of good. More

Bring Back Sonics

NBA Expansion – Seattle and Louisville are Next?

Posted on 24 Jul, 2014, by in Basketball, Featured

While expansion isn’t the first thing on the mind of NBA executives, we’re going to see it sooner rather than later, with bringing teams to Seattle and later Louisville being on top of that specific agenda. More

Greg Monroe

Best NBA Free Agents Still Available

Posted on 23 Jul, 2014, by in Basketball, Featured

While the big moves of free agency in this NBA off-season are behind us, some meaningful names remained unsigned, with restricted free agents Greg Monroe (of the Detroit Pistons) and Eric Bledsoe (of the Phoenix Suns) sitting on top of that list. More

Winner & Loser

18 Best Photos of the 2014 World Cup Final

Posted on 14 Jul, 2014, by in Featured, Soccer

The match ends, the memories remain, and the best of them stay in our minds through photos and pictures. Germany beat Argentina 1-0 to claim the World Cup for a fourth time in another final that went into extra time, with Lionel Messi failing to live up to the expectations and Mario Gotze coming out as the hero being the most memorable side notes. More

Carmelo Anthony

New York Knicks – Carmelo Anthony Chose Money Over Championships

Posted on 13 Jul, 2014, by in Basketball, Featured

Not the Chicago Bulls nor the Houston Rockets were good enough for Carmelo Anthony, who has decided to take the money option and stay with the New York Knicks for what should be a five-year contract, but it also means his hopes and expectations to win a championship as soon as possible were trumped by his ambition to get paid as much money as possible. More

Diego Maradona

The History of Argentina & Germany in World Cup Finals

Posted on 10 Jul, 2014, by in Featured, Soccer

The World Cup final between Germany and Argentina will be the third time these two nations have played for the biggest title in international football. Diego Maradona is the most famous link between the two matches set four years apart, smiling at the end of one of them, crying at the end of the other. More

Luis Gustavo crying 2.0

18 Best Photos of Brazil Players & Fans Crying After Losing to Germany

Posted on 9 Jul, 2014, by in Featured, Soccer

The losing gallery always fills up with each World Cup, but no scenario is more tragic and shocking than the one experiences by Brazil players and fans, having to digest the fact that they’ve just been humiliated by Germany in the semifinal, losing 7-1. More

San Antonio Spurs

San Antonio Spurs – NBA Teams Should Be Copying Them

Posted on 8 Jul, 2014, by in Basketball, Featured

Once again, the San Antonio Spurs are forgotten. Instead of trying to copy from Gregg Popovich and the group of players led by Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Kawhi Leonard, the rest of the NBA is ignoring its champion and once again gets caught up in a race for max contract free agents, sacrificing a thought process and player development for expensive, instant and questionable achievements. More


World Cup – All 4 Teams in the Semifinals

Posted on 6 Jul, 2014, by in Featured, Soccer

FIFA are happy: The semifinals have four teams that everyone deems as fitting in the semifinals: Two European sides, Germany and the Netherlands, and two South American teams including the hosts, Brazil and Argentina, with an option of a classic final no matter who comes out as the winners. More

New Big Ten

College Football Realignment – A New Day for the Big Ten & ACC

Posted on 1 Jul, 2014, by in Featured, Football

July the first marks the first day of another round of realignment in College Sports and specifically in College Football, with most of the noise coming from those joining the Big Ten, Maryland and Rutgers, and also Louisville and becoming a full time member in the ACC. More