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- What happened to the Big 12 Conference?
Throughout the college basketball regular season, the Big 12 Conference was known as the best in the nation from top to bottom. When the teams were selected for the NCAA Tournament, this theory was seemingly proven correct, as the conference was able to get seven of the ten teams into March Madness (It's still makes no sense the name and amount of
- Are teams getting carried away with this rest thing?
It's that time of the NBA season again, the moment where you start to see teams pick and choose their times to rest marquee players so they can be ready for a possible playoff run. The San Antonio Spurs have become notorious for this, resting their older players, and sometimes, not even having them come on road trips. This strategy has translated i
- The First Year Of The College Football Playoffs Were A Success
Even though we are about 6 months away from the start of the 2015 college football season, the journey to it is about to begin as schools are beginning to hold their spring practices and are getting the newest football recruits their first taste of NCAA football. Since spring practice is getting under way across the nation and players and coaches a
- Greg Jennings Is Perfect Fit for New York Giants
There are a lot of things going on in the National Football League right now in terms of player movement and one such player that is on the move this offseason is former Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings. Jennings is the perfect example of a player that left his team to sign for more money and then ended up bein
- How to feel about shutting down Carmelo Anthony
Before the second half of the NBA season started, the New York Knicks made the decision to shut down small forward Carmelo Anthony for the rest of the year. Anthony has also decided to get surgery on his left knee, an injury that has bothered him throughout the season. I have mixed feelings about this whole situation with Anthony because, well, I t
- Have we seen the best of Dwight Howard?
When Dwight Howard was drafted by the Orlando Magic in 2004, the potential for him to be one of the best big men ever to play the game was through the roof. Fast forward to 2015, and one can't help but wonder if Howard has already reached the ceiling as far as all of that potential goes. Now in the middle of a four-year, $88 million contract with t
- Will Clippers ever live up to hype?
For the past few years, not many teams have had as much hype surrounding them as the Los Angeles Clippers. Honestly, there is a good reason for the hype. They do have arguably the best point guard in the NBA in Chris Paul, along with one of the best frontcourt duos in power forward Blake Griffin and center DeAndre Jordan. Shooting guard Jamal Crawf
- 2nd Half Opens With a Flurry of Moves at the Trading Deadline
11 trades were made on Deadline Day, including 8 in the final hour. The 5 biggest deals are listed below. 1. The Oklahoma City Thunder traded backup PG Reggie Jackson to the Detroit Pistons in part of a 3-team deal. The Thunder will receive Enes Kanter and Steve Novak from the Utah Jazz and D.J. Augustin and Kyle Singler from the Pistons. The Ja
- Analyzing Kobe and his "Rebirth" Desire
In an NBA TV interview with Ahmad Rashad, Lakers' SG Kobe Bryant said he is not retiring despite his recent string of injuries and is seeking a career "rebirth", which he compared to the success of the San Antonio Spurs who continue to win despite aging starters Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobli. He is driven to come back because it's a challenge and he
- NFL Offseason Team Needs
Free agency is looming and the draft is approaching. With that in mind, here's the complete list of NFL teams and the position they most need to address in the offseason. List of teams in draft order. 1. Tampa Bay-QB 2. Tennessee-WR 3. Jacksonville-OL 4. Oakland-RB 5. Washington-S 6. NY Jets-QB 7. Chicago-S 8. Atlanta-TE 9. NY Giants-OLB
- Mavs add frontcourt depth with Stoudemire
The New York Knicks have waived PF Amar'e Stoudemire and the 12th year man will sign with the Dallas Mavericks if he clears waivers tomorrow evening. Stoudemire was in the final year of a 5-year $99.7 million deal he signed in 2010. After averaging 25.3 points in his first season with the Knicks, Stoudemire's scoring has steadily declined and as hi
- It's time to end Hatergate scandal
First it was Spygate, then Deflate-gate. What people may not know is there is, and has been, another scandal the New England Patriots have been dealing with for quite sometime. That would be the Hatergate scandal, where fans and media alike have tried to deny any little bit of credit the Patriots have earned over the course of the last decade and a