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The Best Returning Underclassmen in College Basketball

Posted on 12 Apr, 2012, by in Basketball

Cody Zeller returning to his Sophomore season in Indiana makes him the top candidate for the nation’s best player, and makes the Hoosiers the probable preseason #1 team. Doug McDermott is next in line of some very promising player returning for another year of college hoops. More

The Top Ten Highest Paid MLB Players in 2012

Posted on 12 Apr, 2012, by in Featured

Alex Rodriguez leads the highest salary list in MLB once again, getting overpaid for producing less and less each year, like most huge contracts tend to do. He’s joined by two other Yankees in the top 4, while the Detroit Tigers send three players as well into the list of mostly overpaid players. More

The Most Goals Scored in a Single European Season

Posted on 9 Apr, 2012, by in Featured

Lionel Messi became the first player to score 60 goals since Gerd Muller hit 67 for Bayern in 1972-1973. With more than a month of football left, Messi should set a new record for goals in a single season for club competitions in Europe. More

8 NFL Quarterbacks Better Than Joe Flacco

Posted on 5 Apr, 2012, by in Featured

Joe Flacco announed that he thinks of himself as the best quarterback in the NFL. Not Aaron Rodgers, not Drew Brees, not Tom Brady. Flacco, with his unimpressive numbers and disappointing performances in the postseason most of the time, isn’t short on confidence. More

Recent Final Four Most Outstanding Player Winners and Their NBA Careers

Posted on 3 Apr, 2012, by in Featured

Anthony Davis won every possible indvidiaul award as the 2011-2012 College Basketball season concluded, including the 2012 Final Four Most Outstanding player, the MVP of the weekend. Unlike most of the guys who have won the award in recent years, Davis should go number one in the draft, the first MOP winner to go numero uno since Danny Manning in 1988. More

The Oldest Players in MLB Heading Into the 2012 Season

Posted on 3 Apr, 2012, by in Featured

Jamie Moyer returns to Major League Baseball, taking his spot back on the pedestal of the oldest player in the league, leading a group that includes Mariano Rivera and Jim Thome as the 9 players beginning the 2012 over the age of 40, the oldest players in MLB. More

The Most Expensive Team Purchases in History

Posted on 1 Apr, 2012, by in Featured

Magic Johnson is no longer the most recogniazable Laker on the planet. Kobe Bryant is, so Magic felt he needs to expand into other sports, heading a group, mostly by name and face probably, taking the Los Angeles Dodgers out of the hands of Frank McCourt, for $2 Billion. More

The 2012 College Basketball Consensus All-Americans

Posted on 27 Mar, 2012, by in Basketball

Anthony Davis was meant to be an All-American and national player of the year from the moment he signed on to play for Kentucky. He’s not the only big name and not the only future NBA (potential) star on that team in my opinion, but he’s certainly the most impressive talent and the most consistent in Calipari’s group. More

The Worst Free Throw Shooters in the NBA

Posted on 25 Mar, 2012, by in Featured

Dwight Howard may be the best Center in the NBA, claiming that title for a few years now. It doesn’t make him perfect, as the Orlando Magic franchise man plummeted to new lows this season with his free throw shooting, seeing 50% from the bottom. He’s still not the worst in the league. More

Great European Clubs All Time Leading Goal Scorers

Posted on 23 Mar, 2012, by in Featured

Lionel Messi might be the best player in the world today, but the amount of celebrations actually needed from his capturing the top spot on the Barcelona scoring charts should have its limits. Let’s not forget – while Barcelona might be the best club in Europe for the last few years, historically, in terms of continental success, they’re have a few minor clubs ahead of them. More