Whaley’s latest comments shouldn’t be easily dismissed

The Buffalo Bills have been an interesting franchise to follow since the NFL 2014-2015 season kicked off. Second year head coach Rex Ryan always manages to grab headlines, somehow overshadowing the talented roster they have assembled. A roster with the likes of players like Sammy Watkins, Marcell Dareus, and LeSean McCoy to name a few. The most recent headlines out… Read More

History is the real Western Conference Finals winner

There’s nothing in the world like a game 7. All of the sports cliches come along with it. Win or go home. Leave it all on the floor. Every single drop of Golden State Warrior and Oklahoma City Thunder sweat, every drip of blood, every tear ever shed culminated to this game where only one team could advance and face… Read More

Curry too much for Thunder in winner take-all Game 7

The first-ever unanimous NBA MVP showed exactly why he was named just that on Monday night in Oracle Arena in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals against the Thunder. Steph Curry scorched the nets for 36 points and knocked down seven three-pointers, leading the way for the reigning, defending NBA champion Warriors. Curry was able to hit some big-time… Read More

Thunder blow chance to close series at home, Warriors force Game 7

Saturday night, May the 28th, 2016 could very well be a day that haunts Oklahoma City for years to come. The Thunder had the reigning, defending NBA champion Warriors reeling with a chance to deliver the final punch of the fight. Klay Thompson had other intentions. Then Steph Curry showed the world why he was named the first ever unanimous… Read More
NCAAB Terps 

4-Star Justin Jackson Picks Maryland

One man’s loss is another man’s treasure. Former UNLV-commit, Justin Jackson, has decided to play for the Maryland Terrapins next season. His commitment came shortly after Melo Trimble decided to return for his junior season, making Coach Turgeon one happy camper. “Justin has played at the highest level of high school and grassroots basketball and is prepared to make an immediate… Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Melo Trimble Opts to Return For His Junior Year

Just hours before the 11:59 P.M. deadline on Wednesday evening, Melo Trimble decided to withdraw his name from NBA Draft consideration. Guaranteeing a third season in College Park. Trimble, who went through a shooting slump for the better part of his sophomore season, faced questions about his outside shot and decision-making from many scouts and executives. At the combine, he failed to quell those same fears… Read More

Washington faces back-to-back overall picks tonight in Seattle

The Washington Mystics are coming off of their first victory of the season, by way of an overtime victory over the Sun in Connecticut. They’re back on the road tonight to take on the Seattle Storm. The good news for Washington through four games, there’s a lot of time left in the season to get into a rhythm and playing… Read More

Thunder have NBA Finals in the crosshairs

If the Western Conference Finals is going to be the seven-game classic most people anticipated, then the 73-win Warriors have a tremendous amount of work to do. The Thunder have jumped out to a 3-1 series lead and can punch their ticket to the NBA Finals with a win in Game 5 in Oakland tonight. Oklahoma City was able to… Read More

Washington’s first win comes in OT on the road

It’s been a rough start to the season for the Washington Mystics, the year started with a ton of optimism as many were expecting the team to take the next step. Even with starting point guard Ivory Latta ruled out for the first month of the season, it was expected that the youngsters would have come to age and picked… Read More
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