NBA Mid-Season Awards

With the NBA at the halfway point, the award races are going strong. A lot of these are very tight from MVP to Most Improved. Here are the players that would win the award mid-season. Rookie of the Year- Luka Doncic (Dallas Mavericks) Many will say that Mavericks rookie Luka Doncic has been running away…

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Most gruesome sports injuries in the last 10 years

Injuries suck plain and simple. There have been many athletes who have had injuries that cut short their careers. Injuries are a part of the game, from Bill Walton, to Bo Jackson, and even Yao Ming, anyone is susceptible. Kevin Ware (2013) Kevin Ware had one of the most gruesome injuries that have happened in…

NCAA: Picking All 32 Conference Favorites

The college basketball season is now in full swing as conference play has begun. The season is in the heart of play as conference play is little over a week in the books and soon will take center stage. With the season progressing it is time to take a look at who is the favorite…

Top 10 “What If” moments in sports history

The “What If” factor in the sports is such a powerful element. One decision, action, or play can help shape the format of the sports world for years to come. Breaking Color Barrier Jackie Robinson, the first black MLB player, debuted for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. Robinson paved the way for more African Americans…

NBA: 2018 Playoff Teams That Will Fall Short in 2019

A lot can change in the span of one year in the NBA. We can see players get traded or sign elsewhere as well as new players come into the league. Then, there is the matter of team success on a year-to-year basis. There were some teams that made the playoffs in 2018. Right now,…

NBA: Teams with the Brightest Futures

The NBA frustrates many fans. The same elite teams are playing in the conference finals each season and the NBA hasn’t seen a final without LeBron James since 2010. However, if the promise of some of the NBA’s rising stars are for real, we may finally see an NBA with more parody. Here’s a look…

NBA: The Sacramento Kings are back

The Kings are back, and it’s a wonderful thing for the NBA. The Sacramento Kings are relevant for the first time in over a decade. Sacramento hasn’t been to the postseason since 2006 when Metta World Peace was on the squad and was still named Ron Artest, and Mike Bibby was running the point. Flash…

NBA: Are the Timberwolves better-off without Jimmy Butler?

immy Butler infamously defeated the Timberwolves’ starting unit with a group of backups and publicly expressed his frustration in an interview with Rachel Nichols. This came after Butler had already made comments about his teammates’ work ethic dating back to last season.