Alright, I guess I've avoided the topic long enough. Let's talk about what's been happening in the National Basketball League Free Agency from the unsurprising to the what were they thinking signing there moves. You should already know that we're gonna start with LeBron James signing with the Los Angeles Lakers and now not surprised … Continue reading NBA Free Agency Roundup
Ben Simmons, Guard/Forward for the Philadelphia 76ers, took home the Rookie of the Year Award last night during the 2018 National Basketball Association Awards. His win and the discussion that has been going on throughout the end of the season has caused quite the controversy. Is Ben Simmons a rookie? Simmons was drafted first overall … Continue reading The NBA Rookie of the Year Controversy
We've finally made it to Friday and to get you all caught up before your weekend plans, here is the top three headlines that you really need to know. Starting off with news coming out of the National Hockey League, Barry Trotz resigned from the Washington Capitals earlier this week but has found himself a … Continue reading Quick Hit Headlines: Barry Trotz Has a New Gig, NBA Draft Reaction, and Suspension News in the NFL
Since I couldn't really pick just one topic to write about, I decided to do the quick hits on the three different topics I had in mind. So here's today's Quick Hit Headlines so that you're all caught up on the most notable headlines. First off, congratulations to the Washington Capitals on winning the first … Continue reading Quick Hit Headlines
Without having any pony in the show, watching the NBA Finals for me is fun because I get to appreciate both sides of the court. I don't really care who wins as long as the game is exciting to watch and last night did not disappoint (and I'm not talking about the questionable officiating), but … Continue reading NBA Finals Game 1: What the Heck Happened?
It's as if no one learned from the Kevin Durant burner account fiasco that happened last fall, because here we are mere months later with yet another alleged burner accounts. This time it's Philadelphia 76er's President of Basketball Ops Bryan Colangelo and boy is this one a dozy, it almost makes KD's incident seem like … Continue reading The 76ers Burner Accounts Problem
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