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December 2016

Porzingis is the Future, But Derrick Rose is the Present

On June 26, 2015 the New York Knicks selected Kristaps Porzingis with the 4th overall selection in the NBA Draft. He was booed and one young Knicks fan cried. Now in his second season in the NBA the nay-sayers have... Continue Reading →

High Risk, No Reward

Dear College Football Fans, Please get off your high horse and stop being hypocritical.  Sorry, but I'm not sorry that Christian McCaffrey is skipping the Hyundai Sun Bowl, and I am definitely not sorry that Leonard Fournette is skipping the... Continue Reading →

Bleacher Report Bet on Notre Dame and Lost

In 2007 four friends graduated college with a plan to bring sports news and reporting into the digital age. And thus, Bleacher Report was born. The fan-centered site has grown over the years to become a staple and legitimate force... Continue Reading →

To Dirk or Not to Dirk? The State of the Dallas Mavericks

Oh how the mighty have fallen. In 2011 Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks hoisted the Larry O’Brien trophy after defeating LeBron, Wade, and Bosh on their home floor in Miami in 6 games. Just days before his 33rd birthday... Continue Reading →

The Way Too Early Lonzo Ball Comparison

We’re about 12 games into the College Basketball Season, which means that it is about time for the way too early prospect comparison for the upcoming NBA Draft.  Regarded early as the a sure lottery pick and potential first overall... Continue Reading →

Luke Fickell, The University of Cincinnati, and The Mid-Major Coaching Carousel

The University of Cincinnati just announced the hiring of their next football coach, Luke Fickell, former defensive coordinator of Ohio State University. Fickell will replace Tommy Tuberville who stepped down after a disappointing 4-8 season that left the Bearcats not... Continue Reading →

More Than a Game – Cleveland Sports in 2016

To the city of Cleveland, sport is more than a game, and 2016 will be remembered forever as one of the best years in Cleveland history.  Sports are a way of life, a tradition of fandom passed from parent to... Continue Reading →

Klay Thompson’s 60 Point Night Was Over Before It Started

To make one thing clear before we get too far into this article, let me just say that Klay Thompson is not Kobe Bryant.  I repeat KLAY THOMPSON IS NOT KOBE BRYANT.  Now that we have that cleared up, let’s... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to NFL Kickers

Dear NFL Kickers, I’m sorry. You didn’t ask for this. You all were doing just fine doing your normal jobs before the NFL decided to change a critical part of your game. Now you are under the microscope through no... Continue Reading →

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