Rockin’ NBA Coaches

The National Basketball Association is composed of rock-star coaches who hardly ever get their due. They are a pivotal part of their team’s success, but it got us wondering – how do NBA Coaches compare to some of the biggest musicians ever? If you woke up today wondering the same thing, then you came to the right place, because here

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Conference Madness 2016: Part Three

Give the people what they want! Sorry, Mr. Walken…will more graphics help? Here are some of our staffers final predictions for the final 11 NCAA conference tournaments. Connor Basch Connor Mallon Jamey Schilling Kellan Buddy Quinn Matheis A10 Big East Big 12   Big 10           MWC Pac 12 SEC AAC Big West Sun Belt WAC

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Conference Madness 2016: Part Two

Ten down, 21 to go. Let’s not beat around the bush, we’ll give you what you came here for and dive right into the predictions. Horizon Teams: Valparaiso, Oakland, Wright State, Green Bay, Milwaukee, Detroit, Youngstown State, Northern Kentucky, Cleveland State, Illinois-Chicago Connor Basch Sleeper: Wright State Raiders League-leading Valpo lost only two games this season in the Horizon League. Both of

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Conference Madness 2016: Part One

It feels like just weeks ago we were cooped up inside our homes waiting for the arrival of the 2015-16 NCAA basketball season. It doesn’t feel long ago, either, that one of the most dominant teams in NCAA history (the 2014-15 Kentucky Wildcats) was eliminated from the Final Four by the pesky Wisconsin Badgers. But, alas, we have reached that

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Grading the NBA trade deadline: 2016 edition

The inevitability that the NBA Trade Deadline is doomed to underperform is a trend that has become accepted across the association throughout the past few years (save last year, of course). This year was really no exception to the rule either, with only 24 players – none of which were truly ‘blockbusters’ – and a slew of draft picks being

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2015-16 NCAA All-Namericans

What’s in a name? Cliché – I know – starting off with a William Shakespeare quote, but it’s just too relevant not to use. If you’re like me and enjoy watching more than just your favorite college basketball team play twice a week, you sometimes surf the channels and find yourself watching riveting NCAA basketball games between two powerhouses like

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(Almost) Preseason NBA Awards

After a myriad of offseason acquisitions transformed the infrastructure of the National Basketball Association over the long months between May and October, we have finally set sail on the 2015-16 season and there have already been a number of story lines. From C.J. McCollum’s 37 point opening night performance for the new-look Blazers to Jahlil Okafor’s near record-setting debut performance

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NL Wild Card Preview: Cubs Keys to Victory

Alas, the time has come. After six years of heartbreak and disappointment, the mighty Chicago Cubs are back in the postseason, and this time, let’s hope there’s no Steve Bartman to ruin the spoils. With Sunday’s 3-1 victory and a three-game sweep of the reeling Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park, the Cubbies successfully finished off a 97-65 season (their best

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NFL: 2015 AFC Divisional Breakdown

Alas, the moment we have all been waiting for is suddenly upon us. The time when middle aged men drunkenly fill rooms to scream at the referees, and college students find themselves buried in debt from fantasy dues. Ladies and gentlemen, the NFL season has begun! And hey, what would the regular season starting mean without a division-by-division preview from

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The Best Logos in Sports

For a sports franchise –or any business at all for that matter—the most recognizable image is that of a logo or nickname. It’s (realistically) how the public associates a group of people with a brand. The most important part of logo creation, consequentially, is individuality. To create a brand for yourself or company, it is important to have something to

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