Roundtable – April 7th

Monday night’s NCAA championship game was objectively one of the most entertaining ever. Was it the best NCAA Championship game of all time? Kellan Buddy: I’d say definitely the best in the 21st century; certainly in our lifetime. Nobody thought that Jenkins would hit that three after Paige nailed it. To be honest, I feel bad for Marcus Paige; hope his

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Thank you, Big Papi

Boston’s most beloved son will always be Tom Brady, and rightfully so. He brought the Patriots back from being the laughing stock of the NFL to the most dominant team over any 15 year span the league has ever seen. He’s also the greatest quarterback of all time. Right behind Brady though, is David Ortiz. Just recently, Big Papi announced

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Top 5 NBA players not named LeBron James

Who’s the best player in the NBA? Well, the short answer seems obvious. Just about ninety-nine percent of the world seems to think that LeBron James, indisputably, is the best player in the world. And to be fair, the man’s a freak of nature. He single-handedly carried a beaten down and broken Cavs team to the NBA Finals last year,

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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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The Evolution of Russell Westbrook

One thing that goes a long way in the NBA is certainty. This is not something Russell Westbrook had going for him in college. This is not something that Russell Westbrook had going for him when he entered the draft in 2008. This is not what Russell Westbrook had going for him when he came back from a torn meniscus.

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Are the Cleveland Cavaliers back as championship contenders?

Don’t look now, but the Cavaliers are playing their best ball at just the right time. Cleveland is 32-21, only a half-game behind Chicago and Washington for third place in the conference standings. After a rocky start that included rumors about head coach David Blatt’s job security, Kevin Love’s happiness and LeBron James and Kyrie Irving not getting along, the Cavs

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Don’t Count on Class Rankings

National Signing Day is all but in the books. A quick glance at ESPN’s class rankings and you would see the usual suspects. Alabama has signed the number one class for the fourth year in a row. LSU has signed its third straight top 10 class. Florida State has signed its sixth straight top 10 class. Texas, Auburn and USC

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7 Thoughts About the NBA’s First 7 Weeks

By Ryan Patterson Basketball is fun. The NBA is basketball played by grown men who are paid seven and eight figures annually. So, it stands to reason that the NBA is, on a nightly basis, the most fun basketball in the world. While some people may disagree with this, it is nearly impossible to argue that this season has been

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Aaaaand YOU get a Heisman, and YOU get a Heisman…

By Quinn Matheis Where do we draw the line? If you busy people in your busy lives want to know the summary of this article, then read the title.  Because it speaks all the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. (Skip to 2:44) http://www.oprah.com/oprahshow/Oprahs-Entire-Audience-Are-Surprised-with-New-Cars-Video The Heisman Trophy is largely and almost universally accepted as the most prestigious

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