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…

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NBA: Ranking the Top 5 Sophomores

Rookies are often some of the NBA’s most electrifying players. However, it is not until they show that they can either sustain or elevate their level of play in their second year that they truly cement themselves as fixtures in the league. Here’s a look at the five best NBA sophomores who have done just…

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Tackling Equality on an Unequal Playing Field

A man among boys, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has always stood high above most. His 7’2” stature gives him the ability to make even the biggest men feel small, but it is his demeanor and actions that truly make him a giant. Those actions were on display November 5 as the 71-year-old captivated a sold-out audience at…

The LeBron James Effect

After a summer full of anticipation, LeBron James made his Los Angeles Lakers debut on Saturday against the Houston Rockets. By the end of the game, the final score was only a side note to the effect that James instantly had on not only the Lakers but the NBA. Whether fans are in favor of…

NBA: Bucking the Trend

The East seems to be a three-team race between Boston, Philly, and Toronto. What about Milwaukee?