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The Golden State Warriors LOST Game 4 and the series…

Well that's it. It's all ovah. The Cavs have once again done the impossible. In a unfathomable turn of events, the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors in a win-or-go-home, do-or-die, game 4 at home. The Warriors gave it a good try. Going up 3... Continue Reading →

DeSean Jackson: ‘Born To Be Hated, Dying To Be Loved’

On Friday, March 28th 2014, the Philadelphia Eagles announced to the media that they had released one of the most explosive playmakers in the league. In a press conference later that afternoon, Eagles' GM Howie Roseman told the media that the Eagles had become... Continue Reading →

Sloppy and Misconstrued in the Name of Love

  Hello all, I know I’m late to the party but my, oh my, are we all aware of the slipshod shit-show that airs on ABC Monday nights? YES, of courrrrse I’m talking about none other than The Bachelor. Before... Continue Reading →

Cell Phones Do NOT Cause Cancer

Researchers have deliberated back-and-forth, in a game of scientific seesaw, which has separated medical minds and avid cell-phone users into two groups; those who think we should stop worrying about cell-phone radiation, and others who believe that there’s enough proof... Continue Reading →

Honeybadger Strikes Gold

The Arizona Cardinals and Tyrann Mathieu agreed to a mammoth contract extension on Tuesday afternoon.  ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the deal is worth a total of $62.5 million over five years, with $40 million in guaranteed money. As it stands, Mathieu... Continue Reading →


Astonishingly enough, the first 'hard' cap (meaning there are no exemptions, so no luxury tax penalties are required) was introduced to the NHL during the 1994-95 season. Prior to the resolution of the first league-wide lockout in 2004-05, the NHL... Continue Reading →

One Final Standoff: Joey Bosa 

The San Diego Chargers and first-round pick Joey Bosa have not been in contact since July 28th, Adam Schefter of reports. Meanwhile, Bosa remains the only unsigned rookie in this year’s draft class. San Diego is no stranger to... Continue Reading →

Monsters Are Coming

As the Chicago Bears report to training camp in Bourbonnais, coach John Fox’s knack for Year 2 turnarounds gives players and fans plenty of optimism for the 2016 season. It's one of the biggest reasons anyway, and the one fans... Continue Reading →

Summer ’16: Chicago Bulls recap

It appears the Bulls are that drunk friend going to pick up and examine the firework that didn’t blow up, yet. They have been perpetually stubbing their toe for a lion's share of the last decade. Sputtering along in a... Continue Reading →

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