Mike D’Antoni Wins Coach of the Year

Last night, it was announced that Mike D’Antoni has won Coach of the Year, on the NBA’s new award show on TNT. Deservingly so, D’Antoni’s Houston Rockets broke many records this past season such as, most 3 pointers made and attempted, and they had individual records broken such as, James Harden being the first player to…

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Jeremy Jacobs: NHL Hall Of Fame

Boston Bruins’ owner Jeremy Jacobs is now an NHL Hall of Famer… You’re probably wondering why… Well, you’re not alone. This is not going to be an article explaining why Jacobs deserves this, but the exact opposite. There is no reason why Jacobs should be in the Hall of Fame. Meet the HHOF Class of…

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2018 5 Star RB Zamir White “Commits to The G”

Earlier today,  the number 1 rated running back in the 2018 college football recruiting class, Zamir “Zeus” White, committed to Georgia. White is from Laurinburg, NC (Scotland High School) and is 6-foot-1 and 225 pounds. The #1 RB in the country, Zamir White has committed to UGA. pic.twitter.com/oE0YjesfDU — Everything Georgia (@GAFollowers) June 27, 2017…

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Ranking NFL’s Best Remaining Free Agents

Even though we are very close to the NFL season, there is still a large pool of players that could still have a significant impact on a team that are still free agents. 5. Robert Griffin III (RG3) QB In modern day NFL, it’s hard to find a good backup quarterback, well look no further…

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How Will Liverpool Line Up With Mohamed Salah This Season?

Yesterday, Liverpool arguably made the biggest signing this transfer window after picking up Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah from AS Roma. Due to his 34-million-pound transfer fee and 5-million-pound bonus included, Salah becomes Liverpool’s most expensive transfer passing Andy Carroll’s 35-million-pound deal in 2011. #AnnouncedSalah: https://t.co/4FxD2bSRBN 🔴 pic.twitter.com/rS3U6O8Xyk — Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 22, 2017 Now…

The Rise And Fall Of National League Pitching

Half of the best National League pitchers of 2016 have taken a hit, but the other half is still going strong. The three pitchers, Jake Arrieta, Noah Syndergaard, and Madison Bumgarner have been either hurt or terrible this year, but the other three pitchers, Max Scherzer, Jon Lester, and Clayton Kershaw, have been definite all-star…