Outlaws Win MLL Championship

Photo Credit: denver.cbslocal.com The Denver Outlaws have won the Major League Lacrosse Championship for the second time in three seasons. They defeated the Ohio Machine on Saturday to secure their title. It was Denver’s 10th win total of the season, making them the only team with a double-digit win count. The first half of the game was all Machine. Ohio was up 9-3 at the … Continue reading Outlaws Win MLL Championship

The Lilly King-Yulia Efimova Rivalry

Photo Credit: Slate You may have seen the name Lilly King on your social media a fair amount of times this past week, and for good reason. The new owner of a gold medal has been developing one of the Olympics’ best rivalries with Russia’s Yulia Efimova. Efimova is a confirmed drug cheat, and her country was already known to have experienced using illegal substances. … Continue reading The Lilly King-Yulia Efimova Rivalry

Yasiel Puig Demoted to Minors

Photo Credit: Bleacher Report Earlier this week, Yasiel Puig was demoted to the minor league. He will play for the L.A. Dodgers Triple-A affiliate, the Oklahoma City Dodgers. This move comes after two consecutive seasons in which Puig had underwhelming stats. Also, the Dodgers just made traded for multiple players, which required more roster space to be available. Puig has had multiple injuries this season, … Continue reading Yasiel Puig Demoted to Minors

Early NBA Playoff Seeding Predictions

Photo Credit: change.org (featured image), NBA (team logos) Here are my 2016-2017 early NBA playoff seeding predictions, and why I believe these will be the seedings. Western Conference:   1.  Golden State Warriors – No explanation needed 2. San Antonio Spurs – With the loss of Tim Duncan, I don’t think the Spurs are much of a title contender right now. That being said, their other talented … Continue reading Early NBA Playoff Seeding Predictions

2016-2017 NBA Storylines

Photo Credit: Yahoo Sports It’s never too early to start thinking about the next NBA season. With Olympic basketball starting to heat up, you might find yourself wanting a dose of the NBA. Here are some NBA storylines to watch for in the upcoming season. 1. Old Faces, New Places Many big-name players caught the free-agency bug this offseason and decided to take their talents … Continue reading 2016-2017 NBA Storylines

Is Football a Dying Sport?

Photo Credit: Bleacher Report Now that the half-centennial anniversary of the Super Bowl has come and gone, we can only wonder what the next fifty years of football have to bring. Stadium innovations, rule adjustments, and even uniform requirements are just a few of the changes we could see in the upcoming years of the National Football League. The next fifty years of NFL seem … Continue reading Is Football a Dying Sport?