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The Most Valuable College Basketball Teams

Posted on 13 Mar, 2012, by in Featured

The top 68 basketball programs in the nation (at least for 2012) will begin their journey in the 2012 NCAA tournament, with the Kentucky Wildcats regarded as the big favorites to win it all, ranked #1 in the nation and going undefeated in the SEC this season. Their also one of the most profitable programs in the nation, but they’re not the most valuable or profitable, with another Kentucky team surprising at the top. More

Top Ten Biggest MLB Stadiums

Posted on 9 Mar, 2012, by in Featured

The 2012 stadium is soon to arrive, with spring training in full swing mode. From Dodger stadium, the oldest among the ten biggest baseball stadiums in America, to the recently opened Yankee Stadium (2009), here are the top 10 biggest MLB Stadiums. More

Ranking the NFL Teams 2002-2011

Posted on 7 Mar, 2012, by in Featured

Seven Teams have won the Super Bowl during these last 10 season – The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, not doing much since, the New England Patriots (x2), the Pittsburgh Steelers (x2), the Indianapolis Colts, the New York Giants (x2), the New Orleans Saints and the Green Bay Packers. We tried to objectively rank the 32 NFL teams for their decade according to their playoff success. More

Top 15 NBA Players to Build a Team Around According to the Players Themselves

Posted on 6 Mar, 2012, by in Featured

LeBron James doesn’t show up for fourth quarters? Arguable. Afraid to take the last shot? Some would argue he makes the right decisions and players simply miss. This argument will go on until James wins an NBA title. One thing is for sure – According to an SI, which asked 137 NBA players who they would choose first to build a team around, LeBron James is the number one choice. More

Best Euro Nations Since 1992

Posted on 3 Mar, 2012, by in Featured

Germany have won the Euro once during the past 20 years, but are the only nation to reach the final three times, joined by past European Champions France, Spain, Greece and Denmark to the list of the top 10 most succesful nations in the last five UEFA European Championships. More

Best Schools in NCAA Basketball Tournament History

Posted on 2 Mar, 2012, by in Featured

Through the 73 years of the tournament’s history, which has mostly become known as “March Madness” although it slips a bit into April (finals on April 2), the UCLA Bruins, Kentucky Wildcats, North Carloina Tar Heels, Duke Blue Devils and Indiana Hoosiers (not recently) have distinguished themselves as bit, or more, above the rest of the pack in terms of achievements. More

Top Ten NBA Players in 2011-2012 – Mid Season Edition

Posted on 26 Feb, 2012, by in Featured

LeBron James didn’t win the MVP last season, which would have been his third regular season award, because of the negative hype against him, and Derrick Rose suddenly bringing back the Chicago Bulls into a championship caliber team. Joined by Durant, Bynum, Howard, Bryant, Paul, Aldridge, Griffin and Kevin Love, these are the best NBA players so far in the 2011-2012 season. More

The Highest Paid Drivers in NASCAR

Posted on 23 Feb, 2012, by in Featured

Dale Earnhardt Jr doesn’t win many races, and has never won the title. Despite that, he remains NASCAR’s most popular and profitable driver, making more money than Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon and others, with Danica Patrick also joining the 2012 Sprint Cup Series as a major point of interest. More

Top Ten NBA Rookies in 2011-2012 – Mid Season Edition

Posted on 22 Feb, 2012, by in Featured

Kyrie Irving is the only thing stopping us from three consecutive rookie of the years from the same draft class, but despite Ricky Rubio’s impressive numbers, it looks like the number one draft pick, leading all rookie in scoring, will be the one receiving the ROY award at the end of the 2011-2012 season. More

The Youngest Players in NBA History

Posted on 19 Feb, 2012, by in Featured

Kobe Bryant made his NBA debut shortly after his 18th birthday. So did Andrew Bynum and Tracy McGrady, the most notable names on the ten youngest players in NBA history and a group of 23, including LeBron James, to play in the league before turning 19, something impossible today. More