Big trades almost never happen in the NFL – especially in the middle of the season. So when Cleveland and Indianapolis made a deal involving 2012′s No. 3 overall pick last week, the national fallout was probably much larger than it should have been.
In 2011, I penned an article begging the NCAA to pay college athletes. My thesis was simple: under the current set of rules, many athletes were being exploited by the NCAA and its system. Therefore, the NCAA should pay its college athletes more in order to stop the unfair exploitation of 19 and 20 year-old kids.
This Sunday, America’s most famous race track will hold its annual NASCAR race in Indianapolis, Indiana. Ironically, it’s no longer called “The Brickyard 400.” Instead, the Samuel Deeds 400 at the Brickyard will commence Sunday afternoon, confusing both hardcore NASCAR fans and casual observers alike.
Two weeks ago, Stephen Curry capped off an amazing season by hitting his 272nd 3-pointer of the year, breaking Ray Allen’s seven-year-old NBA record. His performance, combined with our hyperbolic here and now journalistic tendencies nearly caused a riot on the Internet. Since it was not merely good enough to proclaim that Curry is a great shooter – […]
Which College Hoops Programs Have Produced The Best Current NBA Players? The Official Rosters and Bracket
Yesterday, I published a rather quick post on which college basketball programs have legitimately turned out the best NBA players over the last 15 or so years. The response I got was overwhelming. What we have, today, are our top 12 teams that are ready to participate in the winner-take-all tournament tomorrow.