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I am a 2013 graduate of Clarion University with a bachelor's degree in communications and a concentration in journalism. I aspire to be great. I love sports and professional wrestling. Follow me on Twitter @KIngEdward15 and engage in sports talk with me.

NBA 

There can only be one

The NBA regular season is finally coming to a close, so that means we are closer to finding out who will take home this year’s Most Valuable Player award. This season, there are four candidates that could take home the trophy and in no particular order, those candidates are LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, Kawhi Leonard and James Harden. All four... Read More
NCAAB 

Who will cut down the nets in Phoenix?

If you had this Final Four in your bracket office pool, hats off to you as you were one of 657 out of 18.9 million people entered in ESPN’s bracket challenge to do so. Many had North Carolina penciled in as heavy favorites before the tournament began. A large number of people also had Gonzaga reaching the Final Four for... Read More
NFL Ravens 

Doesn’t look or feel like the same old Browns

No team has ever won a Super Bowl during the first day of free agency. Many teams have made the necessary moves on paper, exactly what the Cleveland Browns did on Thursday when NFL free agency kicked off. Cleveland has been the laughing stock of the NFL since returning in 1999, due to poor management decisions, questionable draft choices and... Read More
NBA Wizards 

John Wall is having an MVP-caliber season

The NBA All-Star break is over and now teams and players are gearing up for the final stretch of the regular season. Some teams will look to solidify their playoff spots, while some players will look to do whatever they can to get their team to the playoffs. The MVP race is essentially a two-horse race between Russell Westbrook and... Read More
NBA 

Cousins Traded to Pelicans after All-Star Game

Not long after Anthony Davis broke the NBA All-Star single game scoring record, he got some much-needed help. The New Orleans Pelicans and Sacramento Kings struck up a deal that sends fellow All-Star DeMarcus Cousins to the Pelicans as first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of the Vertical. Sacramento has agreed to trade DeMarcus Cousins to the New Orleans Pelicans, league... Read More
NCAAB 

Kansas continues to succeed, evolve under Self

When it comes to college basketball, three things are certain; mid-majors get overlooked, the NCAA Tournament has crazy twists and turns and the Big 12 regular season runs through Lawrence, Kansas. The home of the Kansas Jayhawks. For the past 12 years, Kansas has won the Big 12 regular season championship and this year they are looking for number 13.... Read More
NFL 

The Patriots Quest for Five

Super Bowl Sunday is upon us and the New England Patriots are once again vying for the Lombardi Trophy. A win would be Super Bowl championship number five, placing them second all-time, tying them with the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers. New England is the model of consistency in the NFL over the past decade and a half, the... Read More
NFL 

The time is now for the Steelers to plan for the future

Ben Roethlisberger has the football world talking about something other than the Super Bowl: his retirement. Roethlisberger told “The Cook and Poni Show” on 93.7 The Fan on Tuesday that he is contemplating his future. “I’m going to take this offseason to evaluate, to consider all options, to consider health and family and things like that and just kind of... Read More
NBA 

The ball is Carmelo Anthony’s court

Should Carmelo Anthony waive his no-trade clause and get out of New York? That is the million-dollar question surrounding the Knicks superstar. Anthony is frustrated and Phil Jackson seems to be at the center of his frustrations. The frustrations stem from a column written by Charley Rosen, who is a close friend of Jackson, being critical of Anthony, even saying... Read More
MLB 

Cooperstown to receive three new inductees

On Wednesday night, Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez received the call letting them know they would be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, class of 2017. A player gets 10 years of eligibility on the ballot before being removed and needs at least 75 percent of the votes to get inducted. Bagwell received 86.2 percent of the... Read More
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