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- LeBron opts out of deal. What else is new?
As the free agency period tips off in the NBA today, we find ourselves discussing the future of Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James once again. James declined the option for the second of a two-year deal, which makes him an unrestricted free agent. Even though most aren't really surprised by this action, it's important we understand why James
- It's Time To Move On From "Deflategate"
For the last couple of years, The NFL has proven that it can be a sport that you can talk about all year round even if it's currently not being played. For example, When spring comes around, we talk about the NFL draft and free agency and when summer comes, we talk about NFL training camps and preseason football. Even though it seems like every NFL
- Perimeter Projections: 2015 NBA Draft
[caption id="attachment_324" align="alignright" width="630"] Karl-Anthony Towns would be the third Kentucky player selected No. 1 overall since 2010. (Andy Lyons/Getty Images)[/caption] The 2015 NBA Draft tips off on Thursday night, with the Minnesota Timberwolves picking #1 overall for the first time in franchise history. The following mock dra
- Congrats to the Warriors, and apologies to Steve Kerr
The Golden State Warriors won their first championship in 40 years with a 105-97 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6 of the NBA Finals Tuesday night in Cleveland. As everyone knows, this Warriors roster is as deep of a team that has won the title in quite sometime. We can of course start with the dynamic backcourt duo of league MVP Steph
- The best place to learn the ins and outs of sports is from the guys behind the bar!!
PourSportsTalk.com was founded with a single goal. This goal was to lend a forum to the vast conversations and analysis that occupies the majority of John and Sebastian's time as bartenders. We are first and foremost fans - not experts! We strive to provide fresh viewpoints, new writers, and reader-focused pieces that illuminate the triumph and tra
- Is dynasty talk warranted for the Blackhawks?
Congratulations are in order for the Chicago Blackhawks, who defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-0 in Game 6 of the National Hockey League's Stanley Cup Final. The victory gave the Blackhawks a 4-2 series win and the team's third Stanley Cup in six seasons. There's no doubt winning one title in any sport is difficult, so when a team wins three in si
- "The Land" is in danger of being conquered
The Golden State Warriors won Game 5 of the NBA Finals over the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-91 on Sunday night in Oakland. The victory gave the Warriors a 3-2 lead in the series, and they will have the opportunity to win their first title in 40 years Tuesday night in Cleveland. In Game 5, Golden State point guard and reigning league MVP Stephen Curry s
- Mistakes, frustration doom Rockets at the end
The Houston Rockets saw their season coming to an end, losing to the Golden State Warriors 104-90 in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals Wednesday night. Even though the Rockets lost the series 4-1, the games played in the set were close with the exception of a 115-80 blowout loss in Game 3. Before we analyze what Houston may need to take those
- Hawks have nothing to be ashamed of
On Tuesday night, we saw the Atlanta Hawks get swept out of the Eastern Conference Finals by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Looking at Game 4 of the series, which was a 118-88 whitewash administered by the Cavaliers, it appeared the Hawks were ready to get the off-season started. Having said that, the game should not take away from how great of a season
- The more things change, the more things stay the same?
After the Los Angeles Clippers defeated the San Antonio Spurs in a thrilling seven-game series in the first round of the NBA's Western Conference playoffs, I said this is the moment where we can say this team is finally living up to the hype that has surrounded them for years. Fast forward two weeks later, and I'm now left to wonder if those commen
- Aren't All Sports Leagues Broken?
Sports are one of those things that can bring all people from around the world together while at the same time putting their differences aside and giving them the chance to enjoy the life of competing for excellence against other countries. We see this everytime either when the soccer World Cup or the Olympics are going on. Sports have impacted the
- More inconsistencies arise from NFL's handling of Deflategate
The National Football League came down hard on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the team Monday for their role in Deflategate, the scandal in which the team was investigated for purposely using footballs that didn't meet league inflation standards. Brady was suspended four games, while the Patriots organization was fined $1 million an