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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

Goran Dragic

All the Trades of the 2015 Deadline

Posted on 20 Feb, 2015, by in Basketball, Featured

The 2015 NBA trade deadline was one of the busiest in recent history, with Goran Dragic joining the Miami Heat in a big three-team trade, Kevin Garnett re-joining the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Oklahoma City Thunder finding a way to get rid of Reggie Jackson and the Portland Trail Blazers making another move towards contending by adding Arron Afflalo. More

Super Bowl XIII

Back to Back Super Bowl Champions

Posted on 1 Feb, 2015, by in Featured, Football

The Seattle Seahawks have a chance to become the 8th franchise in NFL history to win back to back Super Bowls. Their rivals, the New England Patriots, have done it once, just like the Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos. The Pittsburgh Steelers are the only team to do it on two separate occasions. More

Joe Montana

Quarterbacks With Multiple Super Bowl Rings

Posted on 1 Feb, 2015, by in Featured, Football

Making it into his second Super Bowl on his third season in the NFL, Russell Wilson has the chance to join a very distinguished club of quarterbacks to win the big game more than once, which includes the likes of Roger Staubach, Tory Aikman, Joe Montana and Tom Brady, his opponent on this occasion, but also guys like Eli Manning and Jim Plunkett. More

Jeff Teague, Al Horford, Paul Millsap

2015 All-Star Game Rosters & Biggest Snubs

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

The 2015 NBA All-Star game rosters are set, with the Atlanta Hawks sending three players to the Eastern team, more than anyone else in the league, with Jimmy Butler of the Chicago Bulls, Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors, Jeff Teague (Hawks) and Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors all making their first appearance in the best exhibition game North American sports leagues have to offer. More

Stephen Curry

2015 All-Star Game Starters

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

The votes have been cast and counted for the 2015 All-Star game, with Stephen Curry getting more than anyone else in the league, even more than LeBron James. Two brothers, Pau and Marc Gasol were chosen to start, but on different sides of the court, which is a first in the NBA. More

Ohio State number one

2014 College Football Season – Final Rankings

Posted on 13 Jan, 2015, by in Featured, Football

We don’t need polls anymore to tell us who the national champions are; Ohio State won the College Football Playoff and that’s it. But the top 25 to close the 2014 season does tell us that behind the two finalists (Buckeyes and Oregon), TCU “jumped” the losers of the semifinal (Alabama and Florida State) while Michigan State, Georgia Tech, Georgia and UCLA enjoyed great bowl games, propelling them into the top 10. More