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Sweet Sixteen Matchups

After the first weekend of March Madness provided some excitement, not as many “upsets” as usual in the first day due to horrendous mis-seedings (yeah, I’m bitter as a Dayton alumni) there is still a lot to look forward to. ... Continue Reading →

Parker and Embiid: An Injury Away from Rose

Injuries are the bane of sports fans everywhere. They can ruin a season, a playoff run, and sometimes a player’s career. Thankfully as technology and medicine have progressed the severity and occurrence of injuries have lessened but every now and... Continue Reading →

NBA Trade-by-Trade Breakdown

While only one major name jumped teams this trade deadline there still was plenty of re-positioning and excitement that happened along the way. We're going to break every trade down starting with the earliest and biggest trade: Winner: Pelicans Anytime you... Continue Reading →

Can We Finally Trust Gonzaga Basketball?

This past Saturday an undefeated Gonzaga team won at #20 Saint Mary’s with a 74 – 64 victory. The Bulldogs currently sit at 26 – 0 and are the number one team in the nation halfway through February. With four... Continue Reading →

0 to 100

What if I told you that a collegiate basketball program was on the verge of winning their 100th game in a row, and no one was talking about it?  Well, that is exactly what is happening.  The UConn Women are... Continue Reading →

A Duke Player You Can Actually Root For

Which of these is not like the other?  Christian Laettner, J.J. Redick, Grayson Allen, and Luke Kennard.  One had a 30 for 30 Documentary celebrating how much the world hated you, another was once called “the most hated current athlete... Continue Reading →

One Last Look Back at a Drama Filled NBA January

January was a wild ride for the NBA. Unfortunately for most teams it was for all the wrong reasons. If you thought Derrick Rose going MIA was going to be the runaway off-the-court play of the year winner, this past... Continue Reading →

Winning is Good

I have a few questions for sports fans everywhere: what’s wrong with being excellent?  What is wrong with dominating performances?  What is wrong with continual success?  Putting these questions in a vacuum, as I have just done, allows for everyone... Continue Reading →

Kings Court: Bad and Boogie

The best center in the league or the angriest man in the NBA? A reporter’s worst nightmare or the man who fed 300 people in need over the Thanksgiving holiday? A constant trade rumor or a franchise centerpiece? A man... Continue Reading →

The Browns are the New Cubs

The Cleveland Browns are really bad.  Like historically bad.  Like worse than they've been ever bad.  And that is saying a lot.  You know who else was really bad five years ago?  Your World Series Champion Chicago Cubs.  Five years... Continue Reading →

Wildcard Weekend Helped Prove Everything We Already Knew

Raiders 14 – Texans 27 Second String QB > Third String QB In his first career NFL start, third string Quarterback Connor Cook needed a perfect game or a complete collapse from the Texans top ranked defense to have a... Continue Reading →

New Year, Same Clippers

Albert Einstein once said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Since acquiring All-Star Point Guard Chris Paul in 2011 the Los Angeles Clippers have not made it past the... Continue Reading →

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