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The NBA All-Senior-Citizen Team

At GameSevenSports we are a fan of the new age NBA, but due to Harry’s work with the NBA All-Injury Team, it got me to thinking, what would the NBA Senior Citizen Team look like?  There are still some great... Continue Reading →

Houston – We have a World Series Champion

The Houston Astros are your 2017 World Series Champions.  For the first time in their franchise’s 56-year history they have raised up the World Series trophy in a Cinderella Story ending after the horrific flooding of Hurricane Harvey.  Sports Illustrated... Continue Reading →

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Bikes, Bad Fans and Poor Sports

What if I told you that the Cleveland Cavaliers losing to the New York Knicks at home and sitting at below .500 was not even one of the top 5 sports stories from this past week? That pretty much sums... Continue Reading →

How Good is the NBA All-Injury Team?

Here at GameSevenSports we'll officially come out and say it - Injuries suck and no one likes them. The NBA is so much better when every team is fighting at full force and fans get to watch their team without... Continue Reading →

World Series Preview

Today, America’s Pastime is on center stage.  The World Series has arrived.  In a prediction that many had in the middle of the season the Houston Astros will be facing the Los Angeles Dodgers.  Then the Dodgers had a terrible... Continue Reading →

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Ended Streaks and Bad Beginnings

The World Series is finally set - The Houston Astros will face the Los Angeles Dodgers in a match-up of two 100+ win teams. In College Football some highly anticipated games ended up being busts with Notre Dame blowing out... Continue Reading →

The NBA is BACK and We’re Already Overthinking Everything

Everything and nothing has changed for the Boston Celtics 6 minutes into the Celtics season Gordon Hayward went down with a gruesome lower leg injury that likely has him out for the rest of the season if not longer. While... Continue Reading →

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Good Tweets and Questionable Calls

College Football upsets galore! Clemson, Washington and Auburn all downed while Miami and their undefeated turnover chain pull out another exciting victory.  The Astros lead the Yankees 2-1 while the Cubs need to win in Wrigley this week to keep... Continue Reading →

The State of Replay in Baseball

There really is nothing like October baseball.  Each batter, each ground ball, each first to third, each pitch matters.  The bullpens are more important than ever.  Each starter is expected to get through 4 innings. That will only be heightened... Continue Reading →

The 5 Biggest Moments of the NBA Off-season According to Google

A lot happened this NBA off-season. From superstars teaming up to others demanding to be traded, there's now a storyline for everyone to follow this year. With under a week left until the 2017-2018 season starts it's time to reflect... Continue Reading →

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Upsets, Overs and Giant Injuries

Playoff baseball is off and running! The games are long but when there are home runs, grand slams and close games no one is really complaining. With the divisonal round wrapping up this week we will soon see who is... Continue Reading →

Is the New NBA All-Star Game the First Step Towards a Conference-less NBA?

The first NBA All-Star Game took place in March of 1951 in Boston, Massachusetts. At this point in time there were only 10 teams in the National Basketball Association and one of them was the Tri-Cities Blackhawks. To say the... Continue Reading →

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