Why Mo’ne Davis and the Taney Dragons Mean Everything Right Now


Look, this week has sucked. The events in Ferguson, MO have been alternatingly frustrating, infuriating, inspiring and shameful. And while we were focused on that, something just as bad happened in Los Angeles. And Illinois. It’s all been distracting at best, depressing at worst. Then there was Mo’ne Davis, the 13 year old phenom who has […]

What Isn’t Being Said About Tony Stewart’s Fatal Car Crash

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I was dozing off on the couch Saturday night (got too turnt up at a BBQ, smh), but was jolted out of sleep by the news of Tony Stewart killing a competing driver at a small dirt track in Upstate New York. What?!? After furious Googling and Twittering, I learned the reports were true. Stewart and […]

3 Reasons to be Excited About the Return of NFL Hard Knocks


In case you didn’t know, the return of the fifth best show of all time is tonight. For what it’s worth…the top four, in no order: The Wire Breaking Bad Scrubs Curb Your Enthusiasm THIS IS NOT DEBATABLE. Anyway, NFL Hard Knocks comes back tonight featuring the Atlanta Falcons. Not even the Falcons could make […]

4 Sports Podcasts to Get You to Football Season


We are officially in the dog days of the sports summer. This is when all your favorite ESPN personalities take vacation. When the only game in town is baseball, and we’re somewhere between NBA Free Agency and the start of NFL/College football season. (For the record, Week 1 of training camp does not count as […]

The NFL is (about to be) Back! The 3 Top Training Camp Headlines


By the end of the week, all NFL players will report to training camp (Get your official Training Camp gear!). For a lot of you, that means you made it through another football-less summer. Congratulations! I won’t bother with my sure-to-be-wrong Super Bowl predictions…that comes later. For now, we’ll stick with the most interesting stories […]

What is the Real Reason Pam Oliver was Demoted?


In a somewhat shocking announcement on Monday, Fox announced the demotion of longtime NFL sideline reporter Pam Oliver in favor of Erin Andrews. Oliver has been a broadcaster for 19 years, but will spend her 20th and final season on the network’s number two team. It’s a somewhat dignified exit for one of football’s most […]

On NBA Free Agency and a Plea to Your Common Sense


To be honest, I’m as guilty as anyone. But it’s time to cut this out. All of us. Endless refreshing of Adrian Wojnarowski’s Twitter account, believing in Chris Broussard again, and buying into endless speculation has. to. stop. I mean, this stuff isn’t even news! Chris Broussard literally said he had no hard info or […]

Negrodamus Predicts Where the Biggest NBA Free Agents Will Go


  We teased it last week, but today marks the official beginning of the NBA Free Agency sweepstakes. Every team with cap space (and there are a bunch of them), and even teams without space are looking to improve by signing or trading for an impactful player. By the time you read this, Carmelo Anthony […]

Happy NBA Summer! The 4 Most Important Offseason Headlines


Over time somehow, the NBA Summer became just as interesting as the regular season. I think this is because of LeBron. He was the story of 2010. Giving us plenty to talk about, and writers like Brian Windhorst a national career. So here we are again. After four years, two (should have been three) MVP […]

The Five Best Memes Celebrating the USA Victory Over Ghana

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Since I write here on Tuesdays, you’ve already had 48 hours to read every possible angle on the NBA Finals. My thoughts have been summed up this way: Now we wait until the Draft and free agency on July 1st. In the meantime, the US Men’s National Soccer Team won the World Cup and brought […]