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Steve Nash Announces His Retirement

Steve Nash Announces His Retirement

After 19 NBA season’s Steve Nash has finally decided to call it quits. Plagued with injuries the past few seasons, the 2-time MVP’s career didn’t end the way anyone wanted, but in his prime, he was the catalyst of the most efficient offenses in recent memory. He’ll be a Hall of Famer some day, and [...]

March 21, 2015 admin Headlines, NBA 0

Battle of Kansas: Wichita St Finally Gets To Play KU In Round of 32

Battle of Kansas: Wichita St Finally Gets To Play KU In Round of 32

The storied history of college basketball in the state of Kansas is legendary, going back to the inventor of the game, Dr. James Naismith, to storied head coach Phog Allen, and arguably the biggest recruit in hoops history period, Wilt Chamberlain. But what all of those things have in common is one thing….the University of [...]

March 21, 2015 Allen Moll CBB, Headlines 0

Adrian Peterson Declines Meeting With Vikings

Adrian Peterson Declines Meeting With Vikings

Due to last season’s personal matters, Adrian Peterson’s future with the Vikings seems murky. One day, they sound like they’re on the same page and other days they seem completely add odds. And given the fact that Peterson is about to turn 30, he probably doesn’t have much time left at the running back position. [...]

March 20, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Kevin Durant Still Experiencing Soreness in Foot

Kevin Durant Still Experiencing Soreness in Foot

With Serge Ibaka out, the Thunder can use all the help they can get. Having KD back on the court would certainly give them the help they need to make the playoffs. But it appears that Durant has suffered a setback with his foot injury. He was supposed to return to action this week or [...]

March 20, 2015 admin Headlines, NBA 0

Mayweather Rejects Pacquiao’s $5M Penalty for Failed Drug Test

Mayweather Rejects Pacquiao’s $5M Penalty for Failed Drug Test

Depending on who and what you believe, there are many reasons why Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao hasn’t happened until 2015. One such reason was an alleged disagreement over drug testing and that has resurfaced here again to a degree. Pacquiao’s camp has proposed a $5 million fine for either side if they were to [...]

March 20, 2015 Kevin Burke Boxing, Headlines 0

2022 World Cup to Take Place in December

2022 World Cup to Take Place in December

The World Cup typically takes place in June and July, but apparently that doesn’t mean it has to stay that way forever. Qatar will be the host location for the 2022 tournament and it has been announced that the championship game will take place in December and will begin in November. That will be an [...]

March 19, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, Soccer 0

Cincinnati Bengals Re-Sign Devon Still

Cincinnati Bengals Re-Sign Devon Still

The Devon Still story helps us all remember what’s really important. Last year, it was huge for the Cincinnati Bengals to keep him on the roster so that he could afford to pay for his daughter’s cancer treatment. Thanks to social media, Devon has kept us all up to speed on Leah’s recovery. Yesterday he [...]

March 19, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Jonathan Papelbon Would Welcome a Return to Red Sox

Jonathan Papelbon Would Welcome a Return to Red Sox

When Jonathan Papelbon was in Boston, he was a pretty significant fan favorite. But when he signed with the Phillies, he didn’t always have the fondest things to say about Boston and even took a few subtle shots at them. But time heals all, right? Papelbon is apparently open to returning to Boston and would [...]

March 18, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Watch: President Obama Picks Kentucky Over Nova In NCAA Title Game

Watch: President Obama Picks Kentucky Over Nova In NCAA Title Game

It’s well known that the Commander in Chief of the United States, Barack Obama, is a huge NBA and college hoops fan. In fact, if one didn’t already know, he’s a University of North Carolina diehard, and does pretty well when it comes to filling out an NCAA bracket every year around this time. Ever [...]

March 18, 2015 Allen Moll CBB, Headlines 0

Michael Crabtree to Visit Dolphins

Michael Crabtree to Visit Dolphins

With the majority of NFL free agents already signed with their new or incumbent team, the “second-tier” players are getting looks now. It had been widely reported that Michael Crabtree would not be back with the 49ers and he’s set to pay the Dolphins a visit. Crabtree’s market doesn’t appear to be a big as [...]

March 18, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0