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September 2017

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Wild Weekend on and off the Field

What. A. Weekend. From the surreal to the improbable, this past weekend had some incredibly memorable moments from the field to the sidelines to the stands. It seemed like no matter what game or sport you were watching this weekend... Continue Reading →

Goodnight Sweet Prince

It happened. It's over. Carmelo Anthony has left the building. All offseason there were rumblings of Melo wanting out of New York but the 10 time NBA All-Star held his no trade clause close to his vest and wanted to... Continue Reading →

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Good boys, Bad Attendance & Worse Tweets

This past week the Cleveland Indians historic 22 game MLB win streak came to an end. While the Indians picked the best time to peak the LA Dodgers have picked the worst time to fall apart, going 5-17 in that... Continue Reading →

Does Melo Have a Point?

This past week ESPN released their list of the top 100 NBA players leading up to the league's kickoff in just under two months. The list was met with little resistance save for a few unhappy and one very unhappy... Continue Reading →

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: First Weekend of Football

The NFL is back! Following a strong Saturday of marquee college football match ups the only sports league that owns an entire day of the week returned with a vengeance and some surprises right out of the gate. Are the... Continue Reading →

A Brief Recap of the Uphill Battle that has been Isaiah Thomas’s Career

First it was all about Kyrie wanting to get out of Cleveland and then it was all about whether or not Isiah Thomas was healthy. We are now one week removed from the blockbuster trade that capped off a ludicrous... Continue Reading →

The Good, The Bad & Ugly: Labor Day Weekend

College football is back! The opening weekend was delightfully competitive with the highs of UCLA’s monstrous 34 point comeback and the lows of #3 Florida State’s quarterback being out for the rest of the season. With NFL opening up their... Continue Reading →

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