This off season was full of huge moves via trade and free agency. LeBron is a Laker. Boogie is a Warrior (only in the team name sense). Kawhi is a Raptor and DeMar is a Spur. Should this be the only thing to happen this season? No. And you could probably guess what's coming next.… Continue reading Trades That Should Happen Before The NBA Deadline
We've always known Jarvis Landry to be an outgoing, loud, boisterous personality. Cocky, arrogant, some may even call him an asshole. One thing I'm not sure that he has been called, is clinically insane. When being interviewed by Sports Illustrated, Landry of the Cleveland Browns (that part is important) said. " You'll be lucky if… Continue reading Is Jarvis Landry That Crazy?
If you haven't read part one, don't start here. Anyway, back to where we were. After a mediocre season for the Lakers, many knew that Kobe's time atop the NBA mountain was coming to a close. Having five NBA championships, Kobe made it clear that his entire goal in his career was to be like… Continue reading What if? CP3 To The Lakers (Pt. 2)
December 8th, 2011. Turn on your TV to ESPN and every show had been cancelled. "Breaking News" is read from the bottom line of your screen. Yep. Your reading that right. The line reads "Los Angeles Lakers have acquired Superstar Point Guard Chris Paul" and your jaw is open without you realizing it. You go… Continue reading What If? CP3 To The Lakers (Pt. 1)
With the NBA draft coming up, rumors have been running wild about who could be picked with the #1 selection. Our very own Michael Price has Deandre Ayton going first to the Phoenix Suns, but who's to say they actually keep that pick? After many years of unfulfilling teams and missed picks (with the exception… Continue reading Potential trade packages for the #1 pick
I sat on my couch thinking to myself. "Why would LeBron want to lose another finals?" And then I thought about it. Maybe LeBron is trying to accomplish something else. Game one of the finals brought one hell of a performance by the greatest Cavalier of all time. 51 points on better then 60% shooting… Continue reading LeBron didn't get here for his finals record.
If I told you that the Milwaukee Brewers were leading the NL central by five games this far into the season, well you'd probably believe me. Usually, the Brewers start off crazy good and suck after the break, or they suck until the break and turn it on when it's already to late. However if… Continue reading Brewers true success lies in bullpen, not bats.