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A Guide On How To Be A True Sports Fan

Some people only cheer for teams that just won a championship, have great players, or have winning records. These fans aren’t loyal and don’t have that dedication that true fans have. These people are called bandwagon fans. These people according to urbandictionary.com include “Anyone who claims they are a “fan” of a particular sports team, … Continue reading

Is Greg Oden NBA Bust????

“I’ll be remembered as the biggest bust in NBA history,” said former No. I pick and 7 feet tall Greg Oden in an interview with ESPN “Outside the Lines.” Oden was the first overall in the 2007 draft picked by the Portland Trail Blazers. He was considered by many to be the next great big … Continue reading

More Than Football? Colin Kaepernick Is Still a Free Agent

Mike Glennon signed with the Bears for 3 years, $45 million with 18.5 guaranteed, even though he has only appeared in 21 games (18 starts) during his three years as a backup quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brain Hoyer, 31, ink a two-year deal worth $12 millions with the San Francisco 49ers. Hoyer has … Continue reading

Women Who Are Making An Impact In Sport

Over the past few years, there has been a change in sports where women are making more of an impact. For example, who have female assistant coaches NBA and NFL, women getting jobs as scouts, officials, agents, etc. Even though there are still some challenges for women in the sports industry, they are making way … Continue reading

What’s Next for Tim Tebow

Quarterback Tim Tebow was cut by the Philadelphia Eagles on September 5, just a few days before the start of NFL season. Tebow went 15-24 for 217 yards with a completion percentage of 60 and threw for two touchdowns with one interception. He also ran for 82 yards and scored a touchdown. Tebow displayed a … Continue reading

Lamar Odom: Basketball Player Not Reality Star

The details of what to is going with former NBA player Lamar Odom is a little disheartening. Odom was found unconscious on Tuesday at a brothel, Love Ranch, Nevada in “after allegedly ingesting a dangerous cocktail of herbal Viagra, alcohol, and cocaine” said officials. He has been at Las Vegas hospital as he fights to … Continue reading

Pro Bowl: Thoughts and Ideas

The NFL annual Pro Bowl is the Sunday with Hall of Famers Jerry Rice and Michael Irvin as the opposing coaches. Even though the Pro Bowl is returning back to playing in Hawaii the NFL all-star game has seen a decline in rating. Having Pro Bowl draft, captains, and Hall of Famers involve has added … Continue reading

D-Will, D-GONE : Point Guard Deron Williams and the Brooklyn Nets agree to part ways

On Friday, July 11, 2014, Deron Williams and the Brooklyn Nets agree to move on from each other. The Nets agree to buy out the last two years and $43.3 millions of his contract for $27.5 millions. The payment will be stretch out over five years. Once Williams clears waivers he will reportedly sign a … Continue reading

With Kyrie Irving out, it’s the Warriors series to take

Now that Cleveland Cavaliers PG Kyrie Irving is out for the reminder of the NBA Finals with fractured left kneecap, I think the Warriors will now win in six games instead of seven. I am not taking anything away from the Cavaliers but Warriors have the better bench and more depth on their team to … Continue reading

Final Thoughts On the Super Bowl XLIX: Patriots 28 Seahawks 24

1) The play by Seahawks coach Pete Carroll at the end of the game is a head scratcher. The Seahawks have one of the best running back in the game in Marshawn Lynch and Seahawks decided to pass the ball instead of run it with a guy who is almost automatic inside the ten yards … Continue reading