Just Not the Right Fit: Boxers Should Learn a Lesson from Playing the MMA, Like James Toney

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Champion boxer James Toney decided to call it quits from the sport to endure a career in Mixed Martial Arts. He would face Randy Couture in his debut, and boy did he get it handed to him. Toney was getting beaten so bad that they had to call the fight done early. This was the […]

Hoosiers’ Football Plans To Prove Naysayers Wrong

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It has always been known that the Indiana Hoosiers sports programs are mostly known for their high-class basketball team. They have had a rich history with them, winning multiple NCCA championship titles and with the likes of Bobby Knight and such. But the school’s football program has been known for very little. IU has had […]

Tiger’s Divorce Helps Game, However Woods Has Been In Decline

It was an unhealthy marriage that diminished the untouchable game of Tiger Woods, with havoc and tension diagnosing a precarious relationship in shambles. Every once in a while in a sport, a well-known athlete struggles finding rhythm and loses swagger when burdens of the personal life evoke countless interruptions, which publicly affects the well-being of […]

Patrick Ewing Jr. Signs with Knicks: Can It Really Be Like Father Like Son?

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NEW YORK—The New York Knicks signed a familiar face and a face that brought back memories a decade ago. They signed Patrick Ewing Jr., again. As a start out of Georgetown, the Knicks signed him to a deal. Terms of the deal were not announced, according to the reports. Ewing Jr. was drafted by the […]

Michael Jordan Re-Unites With Kwame Brown: Hopes to Make Adjustments to His First Ever Acquisition

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CHARLOTTE—Back in the 2001 NBA Draft, things were going all good for the Washington Wizards. And it was all hype for them as they held the number one pick and had the biggest name in basketball: Michael Jordan. As head of basketball operations, it was up to Jordan to decide who Washington should draft. A […]

Matt Leinart More Celebrity Bust Than Football Benefactor

The terrible convergence in sports is ultimately fixated on appearance and sex apparel, rather than the game itself for the exposure of athletes who are mentioned for semblance and celebrity. So now, we’re confronted by arguably another bust in football, and he’s not your ordinary bust, but a celebrity bust. This is the age when […]

Are Elite Point Guards Needed For Playoff and Championship Success

Elite point guards are fun to watch because they can dictate the tempo of a game. With their ability to handle the basketball, drive to the hoop, shoot from the outside, and their solid defend. Yet, is it a reality in the NBA that having an elite point guard isn’t necessarily that beneficial for success […]

Hope For the Future: Why the Indiana Pacers Shouldn’t Yet Give Up On Lance Stephenson

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There’s no doubt Lance Stephenson is talented. On the court he’s a prodigy with enough skill to be considered part of the future of the Indiana Pacers. Off the court he seems like just another thug. He’s made headlines recently, with online journalists and bloggers going nuts with the recent news of him assaulting his […]

Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself: LeGarrette Blount Needs to Calm Down Before He Ruins His Career

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Just two short years ago, during the 2008-09 College Football season, LeGarrette Blount had it all going for him. He was the star running back for the Oregon Ducks, who had aspirations of possibly being a star running back in the NFL one day. During that 2008-09 season, he had rushed for 1,002 yards along […]

Roger Clemens Lied on Final Strike: No Sympathy Whatsoever

What exactly was Roger Clemens thinking when he testified and told a fib to Congress in Capital Hill? As much as we want to believe that the Steroid Era has suddenly vanished, we’ll never forget all his rehearsed and inglorious lies, inexplicably and simply covering the truth and denied confessing of his wrongdoings. With some […]

Brett Favre Refuses to Go Away: Either Way, It Benefits Vikings

If you were feeling annoyed by an ageless man who couldn’t ever figure out his intent and implored to come out of retirement three times, filled with tremendous enthusiasm in the sport, but selfishly has a reputation of holding teams’ hostage, then you aren’t so plagued to discern that Brett Favre is coming back for […]

Not Ready for Takeoff: Why the Overrated and Overhyped New York Jets Will Disappoint in 2010

It seems that some in the media as well as many others throughout the blogosphere feel the New York Jets are the favorite to win the AFC East, if not the AFC itself. Some even feel they could be a top contender to win the Super Bowl. There’s been quite a bit of hype about […]

Let’s Hear It For Bryce Harper: The Nationals Have Too Much Talent

For all the talk and hype of the overexposed phenom, upon the ultimate presumption of Bryce Harper, the No. 1 overall selection in the 2010 MLB Draft, it was the Washington Nationals birthright to reasonably offer baseball’s next megastar millions. In the nation’s capital, the most complicated signing wasn’t poetic or plausible, even if he’s […]