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Allen Iverson

Allen Iverson – It’s Important to Play in the Right Era

Posted on 2 Mar, 2014, by in Basketball, Featured, Soccer

It’s wonderful to see Allen Iverson get such a special send off from the Philadelphia 76ers, and especially getting love from the fans and the city. However, it’s good to remember he’s getting this kind of appreciation because of the specific time he played for the team, his stardom fading before the rise of analytics and the love for efficiency. More

Kobe Bryant, Mike D'Antoni

Los Angeles Lakers – Road Back to the Top Isn’t Guaranteed

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

The most interesting thing left this season for the Los Angeles Lakers seems to be the feud between Pau Gasol and Mike D’Antoni. However, looking into the near future, becoming better and a contender in two years isn’t as automatic as some may think. More

Jason Collins

Reactions to Jason Collins Being the First Openly Gay Player in the NBA

Posted on 25 Feb, 2014, by in Featured

The Brooklyn Nets signed Jason Collins on a 10-day contract to help them handle their big-man crisis, and by playing have made him the first openly gay player in America’s four major sports, although the sensation of it was mostly used last year when he announced it. More

Viktor Ahn

Final Medal Count of the 2014 Winter Olympics

Posted on 24 Feb, 2014, by in Featured

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi are over with Russia finishing on top of the gold and overall medal count, while Norway’s dominance in the cross country and Nordic skiing events brought them to second place on the gold meter. More


Longest 35 Points or More Scoring Streaks in NBA History

Posted on 19 Feb, 2014, by in Featured

Right now LeBron James is on a 3-game streak of 35 points or more, something that has been done by three other players this season, and Kevin Durant doing it twice. However, it isn’t remotely close to LeBron’s longest such streak, and there are a few NBA greats with impressive scoring stretches like Wilt Chamberlain, Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. More

Michael Jordan

Most Points Scored in the NBA All-Star Game

Posted on 16 Feb, 2014, by in Featured

The 2014 NBA All-Star game will be the 63rd edition of the best exhibition event in North American sports, as a few players will try to join Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain as the only players with 40 points or more in the event. With Kevin Durant having the year he’s having, and LeBron James obviously capable, we might see a third player join that extremely short list. More

Super Bowl XX

Most One-Sided Super Bowls

Posted on 3 Feb, 2014, by in Featured

One of the things in common with the most lopsided Super Bowls in history happens to be the Denver Broncos appearing, and always showing up on the losing side, losing to the Washington Redskins, Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers in these games. More

Peyton Manning

Players With the Most NFL MVP Awards

Posted on 2 Feb, 2014, by in Featured

By winning his fifth NFL MVP award, Peyton Manning simply extended his own record by setting a few more in 2013, setting himself apart from his usual comparison partner, Tom Brady, and winning the most prestigious award in football more times than any other player. More

Kevin Durant

Midseason MVP Rankings

Posted on 30 Jan, 2014, by in Featured

It’s half the season behind us in the 2013-2014 NBA Season, which is a good opportunity to check out the rankings for the best players in the league so far with no surprises coming from the top as it’ll be LeBron James and Kevin Durant till the bitter end of the MVP race. More

Joe Montana

6 Most Important Super Bowl Records

Posted on 28 Jan, 2014, by in Featured, Football

It’s rare not to have one or two memorable moments in each Super Bowl, even the bad ones. But great players and great games are often remembered for the records they broke on the greatest stage of all, like Joe Montana winning three Super Bowl MVP awards or Jerry Rice catching three passing touchdowns twice in a Super Bowl game. More