Author: JD Richardson
Notice that I put a period at the end of the title because I honestly truly mean that. When I usually talk about the NBA 2016-17′ MVP race, I get into a heated debate with 3,4, or even 5 people telling me how crazy I am because I think Westbrook shouldn’t win MVP. Telling me a
WRESTLEMANIA! The one night of the year that all of the WWE Universe (Including myself) has circled on their calendar. It’s a night where dreams come true, legends are made, and WWE superstars are born. The 33rd installment of Sports Entertainment’s greatest night will be held at the Camping World Stadium a.k.a the Citrus Bowl
Paul George, Carmelo Anthony, Jimmy Butler, Derrick Rose, and Ricky Rubio, where did they all go? Absolutely nowhere. Yep, the NBA trade deadline ended today at 2 pm and all the “buzz” and rumors of all the gigantic NBA names “on the move” were completely squashed. But wait!? What about the trades that did happen today?
Here’s the scenario, you have tickets to an intriguing matchup between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Cleveland Cavaliers in November, it all sounds good right? We all know who the big stars are on both of those teams, LeBron James (he happens to be on the Cavs just in case you’ve been living under a rock) and
With the 2017 NCAA tournament starting shortly, most people have their usual teams picked to win it all. You know what I mean by the usual teams: Kentucky, Duke, Michigan State (sort of, well kind of), North Carolina, Kansas, etc. those perennial powerhouse teams that seem to be in the “National Champion” talks every year.
But are they for real?” that’s usually the question that we get when the #3 ranked team in the nation, the Gonzaga bulldogs, who are currently 21-0, are brought up. Yeah, yeah, yeah they aren’t in the best of conferences, the WCC (West Coast Conference) whose top 3 teams after the Bulldogs are: Saint Mary’s (8-1; 18-2),
Let’s talk about something that might make some of us sports fans either entertained, scratching our heads, or just all around pissed. Yep, Grayson Allen. The Duke Guard who graduated from Providence High School in Jacksonville, FL. Also, the Grayson Allen that has tripped multiple players (and possibly pushed a coach). The first instance came