The NFL finds itself in yet another domestic controversy. And they’ve handled it just as bad, if not worse than the prior two.
In the early 2000’s, there was no doubt that the Detroit Pistons were one of the top teams in the NBA. But there is always the question of “what if?” from Pistons fans regarding the 2003 NBA Draft.
It has become very clear that former first round pick Johnny Manziel’s football career is likely over. But for whatever reason, Manziel still hasn’t run out of money yet.
Ben Simmons finds himself with more time on his hands than he expected after he fractured a bone in his foot. Simmons used some of this extra time to take in the Presidential Debate on Wednesday night just like the rest of us. Also like the rest of us, Simmons decided to tweet his thoughts […]
Saying that the Golden State Warriors will be good this season is an understatement. Of course, there are people that will find reason to say a team with Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, and Kevin Durant is flawed, but let’s be real. This team will be almost impossible to guard.
Last June, the Minnesota Timberwolves selected scoring point guard Kris Dunn in the NBA Draft. With that selection, there are many who believe that starting point guard Ricky Rubio’s days in Minnesota are numbered.
The New York Jets finally made a change at quarterback after Ryan Fitzpatrick’s terrible play last Monday night against the Arizona Cardinals. Head coach Todd Bowles announced on Wednesday that former first round pick Geno Smith will take over as the starting quarterback for the Jets.
Signs are beginning to point to the University of Texas preparing to move on from head coach Charlie Strong. Does it make sense? Of course not. But it seems some in charge at Texas have seen everything they need to see in just three seasons with Strong at the helm.
The NFL decided against suspending Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict for his actions during the Bengals’ loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday. Instead, Burfict has been fined $75K.
The New York Jets are a mess as usual and head coach Todd Bowles has seemingly lost control. In the span of merely 24 hours, Bowles went from basically dismissing backup quarterback Geno Smith in an interview one day to naming him his starting quarterback the next.