Appreciate LeBron James While You Can

LeBron James is the greatest basketball player I have ever seen, and maybe will ever see. I’ve been fortunate to see him play three times, and watched him create breathtaking physical art each time. The last time I saw him play, in March, I couldn’t stop thinking about how much of a difference one man can make on a basketball court.

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Top 10 Sports Disney Channel Original Movies (Part 1)

Over Spring Break I was feeling a bit nostalgic and decided to tune in to the Disney Channel to see what kinds of shows the next generation of soft Americans are watching. This overwhelming nostalgia got me thinking about some of my favorite Disney Channel Original Movies, or DCOMS for short. In their glory days, Disney Channel would release extremely

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#WeAreGood: Cubs’ Young Guns Making Baseball Fun

When you’re a fan for a team that hasn’t won a title in well over a century, you learn to find the bright spots in just about every situation imaginable. And this year, the Chicago Cubs have more than a few of said bright spots to notice, many of them coming in the form of their young core of talented

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The “New” Extra Point

Well would you look at that! An NFL post not “Deflategate” related! So after 30-2 vote amongst owners, the 2015 NFL Season will feature some new scoring changes. The extra point will now be moved back from the two-yard line to the 15-yard line, and the defense will now be able to score if they force some sort of turnover,

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Eastern Conference Finals Preview

After an off-kilter and injury-riddled five weeks of playoff basketball, the Conference Finals are here. With the Houston Rockets’ stunning series comeback against the L.A. Clippers, the matchup in the West looks much different than nearly everyone thought a week ago. In the East, however, the matchup is between two teams who most people agreed were the best two squads going into

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A Letter To the D.C. Playoff Sports Teams

Dear Washington D.C. sports teams,   We need to talk. No, not you Redskins, you’re free to leave the room. You too Nationals and D.C. United. I do however need the Capitals and Wizards to stay. It’s time we sat down and had a little chat. It’s about this past postseason. It was…interesting to say the least. It had its

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Is this the End for Rafael Nadal?

Tennis fans have been treated over the last decade and a half to a unique level of expected dominance, a level which only three players–Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal–have been able to sustain. It’s well-documented that these three alone have combined to win the vast majority of Grand Slam championships in the last decade. This era, though, is

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NBA Jerseys: Best of the Best

The jersey has evolved a lot over the history of the National Basketball Association. From bright colors and short shorts to more modern approaches, the jersey has become an icon of the league. Over the years we have seen some phenomenal uniforms and some not-so-great ones. Let’s take a look at the top ten in the NBA’s history: 10) Sacramento

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Why The Big Ten could be the Best Conference in 2015

  The Big Ten goes into the 2015 season riding high after coming off of the conferences best bowl season in the past five years. The Big Ten had a winning record, had a two and two record against the SEC and boasted a national champion in Ohio State. The conference finished third among the power five conferences in bowl

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