The Supreme Court ended a six year legal battle ruling against the NCAA, NBA, NHL, NFL, and MLB in favor of New Jersey to allow states to legalize betting on sports. SCOTUS ruled against a 1992 law that banned state-authorized sports betting "with some exceptions." Thus making Nevada the only state where bets on single … Continue reading SCOTUS Gives States Go-Ahead to Legalize Sports Betting
It's another edition of Headline round-up catching you up on some of the interesting headlines floating around the inter-webs today. In today's edition we're covering some interesting football news and the obligatory LeBron James coverage in the midst of the NBA Playoffs. Let's start things off with the Tom Brady news of the day. I … Continue reading Wednesday Round-Up: Tom Brady hasn’t confirmed to play 2018, Aaron Rodgers in the Dark in Green Bay, & LeBron has ‘checked out’ on the Cavs
Since there were quite a few different headlines making their way across sports news today, I want to try a new type of post where we take a look at the top headlines in a roundup sort of way. This way if this post is all you read for the day, you'll at least have … Continue reading Wednesday Headline Roundup: Sherman leaving the Seahawks, Bulls get warning from NBA, & Calipari calls for end of ‘One & Done’
Thursday February 8th should've been completely focused on the Philadelphia Eagles and their Super Bowl Champion Parade. Unfortunately for the Eagles, the Cleveland Cavaliers were determined to make the most of the final day of trades that would result in literally trading away half of their roster including some big(ish) names. But let's back up … Continue reading Cavaliers Completed Dominated NBA Trade Deadline
It's that time of year that National Basketball League fans both love and loathe, trading season when their beloved teams get the missing piece to the puzzle that takes them to the playoffs or give away the star for peanuts because the team isn't going anywhere. So let's take a look at the two of … Continue reading Tis the Season for NBA Trades
First things first, I want to send out a congratulations out to LeBron James on earning his 30,000 point last night and being the youngest player to do so. Despite the Cleveland Cavaliers losing last night James should be proud of the accomplishment. Alright now that we've got that out of the way let's get … Continue reading Should Cavaliers Fans Be Worried?
Imagine my surprise when I woke up this morning and saw the headline that four Houston Rockets players actually got into the Los Angeles Clippers locker room following their loss last night. I thought for sure that I was having a really weird dream (wouldn't be the first time, but that's for another post). But … Continue reading Rockets Raid Clippers Locker Room