The NBA world was shook when the New York Knicks agreed to trade their young European star Kristaps Porzingis to the Dallas Mavericks for Dennis Smith Jr. and a cast of other players. They sent with Courtney Lee and Tim Hardaway Jr., who were two of the teams recent free agency acquisitions (and they significantly… Continue reading Knicks : Free Agency winners or front office killers.
By John Cleven As every person who voluntarily navigated to this sports page clearly knows by now, the end of regulation for the NFC Championship this weekend was not without controversy. With 1:14 remaining in the 4th Quarter, tied at 20-20, Drew Brees targeted Tommy Lee Lewis on a pass which would have left the… Continue reading At What Point Is A Game Decided?
By Calvin Kamrath Be patient, blue skies are on the way. Listen, I get it. I know how you feel. “This Franchise doesn’t care about its fans” “Moving to Vegas? The Raiders are from Oakland! How dare you?!?” It hurts. The team that you love seems to be blowing it up and tanking right in… Continue reading A Message To The Raiders Fans
By Calvin Kamrath In Case you forgot, meet Mitch "The Rock" Richmond.Once upon a time, Mitch was considered to be one of the top scorers in a very defensive orientated era. Mitch, a hall of famer, would go on to average 21 points while shooting 45% over his illustrious career. But we will come back… Continue reading In Case You Forgot: Mitch Richmond
By Michael Price Ahhhhh the NBA in 2019James Harden iso'ing 35 times a game, averaging 34 points with 9 assists to offset his decent amount of 5.6(!) turnovers. Steph Curry, the only player in NBA history to chuck double digit 3's a game and connect on 40%+ of them. Is LeBron even a forward? Or… Continue reading Nostalgia and The “Disappearance” Of The Big Man
By Calvin Kamrath In case you forgot, meet Shaun Alexander. One of the best backs in the league for a short period of time, Shaun played for the Seattle Seahawks for most of his career. However, he shouldn’t of, but we’ll get to that in just a sec. Shaun grew up in Florence, Kentucky (see… Continue reading IN CASE YOU FORGOT: Shaun “The Great” Alexander
By Calvin Kamrath This is a new series I'm debuting highlighting the forgotten stars of the past. Much more to come! Dan Issel, for those who don’t know, was a legendary player for the University of Kentucky. Underneath one of the most unknown college coaches, Adolph Rupp, who is a legend in his own right.… Continue reading IN CASE YOU FORGOT: Dan “The Horse” Issel