Reading Time: 2 minutesOne more month until the NBA is back. One more month until we can see Stephen Curry hitting threes, Giannis Antetokounmpo dunking on everyone, and Russell Westbrook refusing to pass. It’s exciting after our four-month hiatus earlier this year. Since Opening Day is near, here are some of my predictions for what opening day of the NBA could look like. Game 1: Los Angeles Clippers at Toronto Raptors Kawhi Leonard and Serge Ibaka return to Toronto, playing with each other for the first time since their Finals win. Both teams disappointingly lost in the second round...Read More
Author: Mike Green
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Los Angeles Dodgers are trying to break an infamous record: most wins in a season. Why else would they be pursing Nolan Arenado, the best third baseman in baseball? They already have three MVPs, two Cy Youngs, at least two Rookie of the Year candidates, and a top-five farm system. They just recently won the World Series, and have a strong chance at doing it again next year. But today, MLB insider Jim Bowden came out with some ground-breaking news. Los Angeles is pursuing Nolan Arenado. So what would it take to get him? At...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesPhoenix…. what have you done? Why did you trade for one of the worst contracts in the league? Is it because you went 8-0 in the NBA bubble? These are some questions I had when I saw the CP3 trade. For reference: Suns receive: Chris Paul Thunder receive: Kelly Oubre Jr, Ricky Rubio, Ty Jerome, Jalen Lecque, 2022 1st Round pick. (Per Woj) The Suns did go 8-0 in the bubble. That’s not saying a lot. That’s like going undefeated in the summer league. Phoenix, you are not contenders. You beat a bunch of teams that...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe MVP sucks; It’s too positive. I don’t care for it. How about a least valuable player? An Allan Travers Award? A Lead Slugger? Let’s get to it: MLB Least Valuable Players: NL: Gregory Polanco, RF, PIT AL: Willie Calhoun, UTIL, TEX The worst players on the worst teams, simple as that. Polanco had over 150 AB, and finished with a Batting Average of .150. As for Calhoun, he hit one home run… all season. This is the full season equivalent of hitting three home runs, yikes. To add, both players finished with negative WARs. Easy...Read More
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