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Top NFL Free Agent Wide Receivers

Things change through the years. People get older, players slow down, and respect and loyalty dwindle as production falters. But even then, you’d think being a respectable wide receiver who has made numerous plays in your career would lead to interest from multiple teams when you hit free agency. As some players have had to […]

Duke Freshman Jahlil Okafor Declares for 2015 NBA Draft

After successfully leading Duke to a National Championship, Jahlil Okafor now sets his eyes upon playing in the biggest stage of basketball—the NBA. Duke University announced on Thursday in a release that Okafor has declared to enter this year’s NBA Draft. From the official release: “As early as I can remember, I’ve fantasized and dreamed […]

James Harden Says He Is The MVP

This has been one of the closest MVP races in a while and should come down to the final day. Russell Westbrook and LeBron James’ names have been in the mix, but it’s truly only down to Steph Curry and James Harden. The most compelling argument for Curry is that he’s the best player on […]

Watch: Steph Curry Breaks His Own Record For 3-Pointers Made in a Season

If he can stay healthy, Steph Curry may go down as the most prolific 3-point shooter ever. His shots are effortless and always feel like they’re going in. With four games left in the regular season, Curry broke his own record for 3s made in a single season with 273. Is there any reason to […]

Danny Garcia vs. Lamont Peterson Headlines Boxing Weekend

We’re heading into a big boxing weekend across the globe. On Friday, April 10, in Moscow, Denis Lebedev defends the WBA version of the cruiserweight title against Youri Kayembre Kalenga. Lebedev is a solid, world-class fighter, who has lost to only Guillermo Jones and Marco Huck. He’s been one of the top 200-pound fighters on […]

Steelers’ Le’Veon Bell Suspended For First 3 Games of 2015 Season

Le’Veon Bell had an eye-opening season for the Pittsburgh Steelers and pretty much carried the offense along with Antonio Brown (and Big Ben, of course). The knee injury that ended his season looked a lot worse than it ended up being, so fans were excited that he’d be back to start next season. But not […]

Danny Garcia vs. Lamont Peterson Highlights Boxing’s Alphabet Soup Morass

Al Haymon’s Professional Boxing Championship Series returns to NBC this Saturday, with a card broadcast from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Both televised fights have promising potential. Unbeaten light welterweight Danny Garcia will face tough veteran Lamont Peterson and unbeaten middleweight Peter Quillin will battle WBO belt holder Andy Lee. Show More Summary

Wes Welker to Visit With the Dolphins

Because Wes Welker elevated to NFL prominence with the Patriots, we seem to forget that he has a career before landing in New England. He began his career with the Dolphins (after a very brief stint with San Diego) and was so successful against division-rival New England, that they traded for him in 2007 But […]

Pelicans Regain Eighth Seed Over Thunder, Can They Hold On?

The battle between the New Orleans Pelicans and Oklahoma City Thunder for the eighth seed in the Western Conference has taken yet another turn. New Orleans stunned the West-leading Golden State Warriors 103-100 on Tuesday night and improved to 42-35, while the San Antonio Spurs thrashed OKC 113-88 and dropped the Thunder to 42-36. Consequently, […]

Fixing the San Jose Sharks

Once a former Western Conference powerhouse, the San Jose Sharks have slipped from the playoff picture for the first time in eleven years. This result seems appropriate for a club that was thoroughly humiliated by the LA Kings in the first round of last season’s playoffs, losing four consecutive playoff games and blowing a three […]

Spotlight on the Light Heavyweight Division

Last weekend’s boxing action in Quebec City highlighted the current prominence of boxing’s light heavyweight division, as WBC and lineal champion Adonis Stevenson defended his belt against Sakio Bika and rising star Artur Beterbiev smashed former light heavyweight belt holder Gabriel Campillo inside of four rounds. We’re not yet looking at a situation like we […]

LaGarrette Blount Suspended For Week 1 of 2015 NFL Season

The New England Patriots picking up LaGarrette Blount midway through last season paid off big for them down the stretch. Bill Belichick implements a multi-back system and Blount fit right in. But they’ll have to do without him when the 2015 season rolls around. Blount has been suspended by the NFL for one game for […]

Look: Duke’s National Championship Ring

‘If you win it, put a ring on it’, says the twitter account of the NCAA March Madness. Along with that statement is a picture of the ring that all Duke players will receive for beating Wisconsin in the National Championship game last night. Looks to be quite a few diamonds in this baby….

Bo Ryan Blames Refs and Takes a Shot at Duke

Yes, there were questionable calls down the stretch in last night’s National Championship game between Wisconsin and Duke, but none of them contributed to Duke winning. Wisconsin had an 8 point lead mid-way through the second half and then forgot how to score. Credit Duke’s defense more so than anything an official could have done. […]

Josh Hamilton Avoids Suspension for Alleged Drug Relapse

When news emerged in February of an apparent drug relapse for Josh Hamilton, two things came to mind: 1) you felt for him, and 2) a suspension seemed likely. However, an arbitrator has announced today that Hamilton did not violate his treatment program and will not face a suspension.

Bryant Jennings Will Look to Shock the World Against Wladimir Klitschko

Although boxing fans are already looking ahead in anticipation to May 2, when the long-awaited dream fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather finally takes place, an outstanding appetizer will take place the week before, when dominant heavyweight kingpin Wladimir Klitschko defends his title in the United States for the first time in seven years. […]

NHL Coaches on the Brink

Playoff races are heating up as the regular season hits the home stretch. Consequently, a select few coaches are also feeling the heat. A few coaches that could find themselves in the unemployment line come season’s end. Todd McLellan – San Jose Seat Temperature: Scalding This may be a slam dunk firing. The Sharks are […]

Justin Verlander to Begin Season on Disabled List

The 162-game baseball season can be a grind, so there’s no sense in rushing a guy out there for Opening Day just for the sake of it. That’s the case with Detroit’s Justin Verlander. The ace is nursing a sore triceps and as a result will begin the season on the 15-day disabled list. But […]

WATCH: Dustin Byfuglien Devastates J.T Miller with Cross-Check to Head

The Department of Player Safety has already confirmed Winnipeg Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien will have a hearing (and probably a suspension) after performing this amateur chiropractic adjustment on J.T Miller: Byfuglien’s crosscheck is irresponsible on many different levels. The Jets are right in the middle of the most critical juncture of their homestretch push for […]

Muhammad Ali Pulling For Pacquiao Over Mayweather

Everyone with an opinion will voice it as get closer to the May 2 Mayweather vs. Pacquiao showdown. That includes fans, pundits, and apparently former fighters as well. Namely, The Champ: Muhammad Ali. According to Ali’s daughter, he is pulling for Pacquiao. This may be driven by personal reasons as it sounds like Ali is […]

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