Golden State Warriors Prove How Historically Good They Are…Again

Photo Credit: Asia Starz With their 113-106 win over the Houston Rockets at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, the Golden State Warriors (60-14) became the first team since Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls in the 1997-1998 season to win 60 or more games in three consecutive NBA seasons. The Warriors finished the 2014-2015 season with a 67-15 record before finishing the 2015-2016 season with a 73-9 record, … Continue reading Golden State Warriors Prove How Historically Good They Are…Again

Quintana Trade May Have To Wait Until July

Photo Credit: Write Sox The Chicago White Sox made huge changes this winter with the trading of All-Star pitcher Chris Sale and center fielder Adam Eaton. These changes made it apparent that the long-awaited rebuild is coming and many are expecting the White Sox to trade pitcher Jose Quintana as well. Talks between the White Sox and other organizations in baseball are ongoing. Reports have … Continue reading Quintana Trade May Have To Wait Until July

Is White Sox vs. Cubs a Real Rivalry?

Photo Credit: Planned Property Management As the Chicago Cubs get even closer to their first World Series crown in 108 years, it made me feel the need to shed light on what makes a rivalry a rivalry, and weather or not the Chicago White Sox against the Cubs makes the cut. Here are some of the factors that go into that decision.   1) Location The teams … Continue reading Is White Sox vs. Cubs a Real Rivalry?

To All Cubs’ Fans: The Curse WILL Continue

Photo Credit: calltothepen.com There is something about superstition that seems to be apart of baseball more than any sport on Earth. There may even be an argument towards the most superstitious action ever. The inconsistency is to blame. In most sports, players will perform relatively the same every game, despite a few small exceptions. For example, a player in the NBA who scores 25 points per … Continue reading To All Cubs’ Fans: The Curse WILL Continue

Chicago Bears Report: Post Camp Review

Photo Credit: nflspinzone.com As Bears head coach John Fox enters his 2nd season in Chicago, the expectations are growing. There are loads of questions around this team and the days spent at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois may shine a little light on them.   Offense: Dowell Loggains is the new offensive coordinator in Chicago after being the quarterback coach last season. Keeping a similar face and … Continue reading Chicago Bears Report: Post Camp Review

Another Night, Another Historical Feat by the Cubs

Photo Credit: Bleacher Report If Monday night’s historic game by Kris Bryant wasn’t enough to keep you happy, then you tuned in yesterday with high expectations. Surprisingly, to many, expectations may have been shattered. It was a long 15-inning game. It had just about everything one could want in a baseball game. It was slow at times for those who enjoy the offense, but it had just enough … Continue reading Another Night, Another Historical Feat by the Cubs