The NBA lottery happened Tuesday night, and several teams were happy to see their ping-pong balls come up. The Cleveland Cavaliers scored the No. 1 pick, but rumors suggest it could be traded. That’s not something that is usually even discussed, since the top overall pick is almost always a game-changing player. But that may […]
As a Seahawks fan, when my pal Chris Newell texted me with the news, per ESPN, that Percy Harvin might be coming to town, I immediately hopped on the Internet. When I saw it was true, I jumped out of my office chair.
Yesterday I wrote an article describing how hockey would be better of doing away with offsides. My long-time friend Rhett the Jet, who is a hockey expert, lambasted me on Facebook with why that wouldn’t work.
I love hockey. I enjoy the one-timers, amazing goaltending, hits, and fights. The problem is the NHL isn’t growing with new fans. A simple rule change could broaden the game’s appeal.
It’s been reported that over $1 billion dollars is bet on the Super Bowl, including millions on simply prop bets. They are very entertaining and can range from mildly ridiculous to very ridiculous. Here just a few of them, and, if I were a betting man, which way I would lean. (Odds courtesy of hogshaven.com.)
Randy Moss said yesterday to the media, “I really think I’m the greatest receiver to ever play this game.” Jerry Rice might have something to say about that.
Whoever wasn’t on the Seahawks bandwagon, you can jump on board now. They just proved they can hang with anyone, and I honestly believe they are Super Bowl contenders.
This week in the NFL we were treated to some Thanksgiving drama and some good upsets. Going on my eyeball test, here are my Conference Top 5 power rankings this week.
They dismantled the Spurs 106-84 and seemed to do it with ease. They beat the Lakers 105-95. And last night they beat the defending NBA champions, the Miami Heat, 107-100. This Clippers team is for real.
This week in the NFL we saw some surprising victories and some blowouts. Going on my eyeball test, here are my Conference Top 5 power rankings this week.
At the midway point of the season, which teams in the AFC and NFC have separated themselves as the top 5? Trevor provides answers for each conference.
ESPN.com has reported that David Stern will step down as NBA commissioner on Feb. 1, 2014, after serving for 30 years. He will hand the reins to current deputy commissioner Adam Silver. I don’t know how to begin other than saying, “It’s about freaking time!”
ESPN’s Michael Wilbon made the claim today, in this article, that the Bears might be the best team in the NFL. I read that and laughed.
Just reading the headline, some of you may have just blown a gasket. How could I possibly suggest Tebow should be the starting RB or third down back?