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Coach Popovich Unsure if Timmy D Will Retire

Coach Popovich Unsure if Timmy D Will Retire

The playoffs don’t feel right without the San Antonio Spurs. After watching the Los Angeles Clippers and Houston Rockets square off in the Game 1 of the second round, it feels even more wrong. The Spurs belong in the postseason, deep in the postseason, competing for titles and legacies and as many “Holy shit did [...]

May 5, 2015 admin Headlines, NBA 0

Jameis Winston’s Buccaneers Contract Won’t Allow Him to Play Baseball

Jameis Winston’s Buccaneers Contract Won’t Allow Him to Play Baseball

Being a two-sport athlete certainly isn’t new. Many guys thrive in a couple of sports in college, then chose one as their pro career appears on the horizon. Jameis Winston is best known for his decorated career as a quarterback at Florida State, but let’s not forget that he’s a solid baseball player as well. [...]

May 4, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Denver Nuggets Willing to Trade Ty Lawson

Denver Nuggets Willing to Trade Ty Lawson

In the pantheon of surprise rumors, the Denver Nuggets being open to trading Ty Lawson ranks somewhere between “Oh” and “Yeah, we know.” Related: The Denver Nuggets are willing to trade Ty Lawson. On the heels of a since-deleted Instagram post that included Lawson waxing a desire to play for the Dallas Mavericks—or at least [...]

May 4, 2015 admin Headlines, NBA 0

Brewers Fire Ron Roenicke After 25 Games

Brewers Fire Ron Roenicke After 25 Games

The MLB season is a grind. You have 162 games to show what you’re made of. But unfortunately for Brewers manager Ron Roenicke, he only got 25 of those to prove his worth. The club has fired Roenicke after just 25 games. Milwaukee, 7-18, has gotten off to a slow start so they’ve decided to [...]

May 4, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Floyd Mayweather is Who We Thought He Was

Floyd Mayweather is Who We Thought He Was

It is not unusual for me to watch a big-time boxing match, enjoy it thoroughly, and not realize until I check onto social media after the fact that the fight in question was, in fact, “a dud.” It happened when Saul Alvarez fought Erislandy Lara. I had Lara winning a close fight, but concede his [...]

May 4, 2015 Briggs Seekins Boxing, Headlines 3

Atlanta Falcons Win Big in the Draft

Atlanta Falcons Win Big in the Draft

We knew the Falcons were ready to make a big move in the draft. They’ve been so close to getting to the big game and their explosive offense is still intact so the defense was going to be the main focus. Boy oh boy did they do a hell of a good job. Clemson OLB [...]

May 3, 2015 Gino Bernasconi Headlines, NFL 0

Boston Celtics Interested in DeMarcus Cousins Trade With Kings

Boston Celtics Interested in DeMarcus Cousins Trade With Kings

Sit down, because this might come as a shock: The Boston Celtics are in the market for good basketball players. I know, right? It’s so crazy, it almost makes sense. On the heels of the their first-round exit against the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Celtics are thinking big. They made the playoffs in just the second [...]

May 1, 2015 admin Headlines, NBA 0

Mike Tyson Calls Floyd Mayweather “Small, Scared Man”

Mike Tyson Calls Floyd Mayweather  “Small, Scared Man”

There are a lot of boxing fans that don’t have any use for Floyd Mayweather, and apparently the same can be said for some all-time great fighters as well. Muhammad Ali comes to mind, and we can add Mike Tyson to that list too. Floyd recently stated that he thinks he’s better than Ali and [...]

April 30, 2015 Kevin Burke Boxing, Headlines 0

Redskins Looking to Trade Down From No. 5

Redskins Looking to Trade Down From No. 5

Draft day is finally here and the speculation will end soon. We may see a lot of movement towards the top of the draft in the next few hours and it may all be centered around Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota. With Winston likely going first to Tampa Bay, teams will likely trade up for [...]

April 30, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Report: Andrew Wiggins To Win NBA Rookie of the Year Award

Report: Andrew Wiggins To Win NBA Rookie of the Year Award

As most predicted, the NBA’s rookie of the year is going to be Minnesota Timberwolves swingman Andrew Wiggins. An officially announcement will be made on Thursday, according to various league sources. Wiggins played the entire 82 games this season and averaged 16.9 points, 4.6 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 36 minutes per contest. The 20 year-old [...]

April 30, 2015 admin Headlines, NBA 0