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- Pressure on Dalton and Tannehill as training camps kick off
As the start of the NFL's regular season approaches, anticipation is building to see which team can make that Super Bowl run and hoist the Vince Lombardi trophy in February. Two of the teams that are being hyped to make some noise this season are the Cincinnati Bengals and Miami Dolphins. We have all heard the NFL is a quarterback-driven league. If
- The Next Chapter to be Written
The 2015 Philadelphia Phillies are 9-2 since play has resumed. Staff ace, Cole Hamels completed a stellar and dramatic no-hit performance against the Chicago Cubs and the surging offense has produced 21 extra base hits in the latest series sweep of the season. They have also split a rare two-game series against Major League Baseball’s number one of
- Lose-lose situation looming for Goodell
It has been reported NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is going to need more time to make an decision on the appeal of a four-game suspension for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Brady was was punished for his alleged role in Deflate-gate, the scandal where the Patriots apparently used deflated footballs during their 45-7 victory over the I
- Seller's market to get hot as MLB trade deadline approaches
MLB teams have until July 31 to make moves in hopes of enhancing their chances to make a run for the playoffs. We will have up until that time to talk about the teams that will be in the buyer's market. For now, let's talk about the teams who may be in the seller's market. Some of these teams had high hopes for the season, but things just have not
- Questions arise from DeAndre Jordan situation
Free agent center DeAndre Jordan has decided to re-sign with the Los Angeles Clippers, at least we think so. That in itself isn't too surprising, but the way this all happened is what everyone is talking about. It was just a few days ago when Jordan verbally agreed to sign with the Dallas Mavericks. The NBA has a rule in play where free agency star
- Spurs show why they have the best front office in NBA
So let me get this straight. The San Antonio Spurs, who many thought they already had one of the best organizations in sports, found a way to resign small forward Kawhi Leonard and shooting guard Danny Green to long-term deals, get power forward Tim Duncan and guard Manu Ginobili to opt in for another season at less money, then land the biggest fis
- 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