Could LeBron James Really Have Played in the NFL?

With the absence of sports, particularly the NBA, due to the coronavirus pandemic, basketball fans around the world have come up with several debate topics relating to the Association in order to pass the time before the league comes back.  Of course, there’s the old “MJ vs. LeBron: Who’s The Greatest?” argument that resurfaced following the airing of “The Last ...

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Listing the Top Five Biggest Draft Busts in NHL history

Just like in any sport, when an NHL team tanks (for example, the Detroit Red Wings may have had the biggest tank in the history of tanking), or is just bad (we’re looking at you, California teams), they are usually compensated with a huge reward; a high draft pick.  And just like in other sports, they use these picks to ...

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Grading Every NBA First Overall Draft Pick of The Last Decade

Ah, the NBA draft.  The beginning of so many dreams and careers.  Every young hooper hopes to be picked first overall and create a legacy for themselves.  Some, like LeBron James, Hakeem Olajuwon, and Tim Duncan, do just that.  Others, not so much.  In this post, I’m going to be grading every first overall draft pick from the 2010s on ...

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Patriots agree to deal Rob Gronkowski to Tampa Bay, reunion with Tom Brady

The New England Patriots have lost two of their best and most recognizable players in franchise history.  Interestingly enough, both went to the same place. The Patriots agreed to trade longtime tight end Rob Gronkowski, who recently came out of retirement, to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a seventh-round draft pick in exchange for a fourth-round pick. Gronkowski passed his ...

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Von Miller diagnosed with coronavirus

Denver Broncos star outside linebacker Von Miller has been diagnosed with COVID-19 amidst the raging 2020 coronavirus pandemic in the United States.  He told 9NEWS, the local Denver NBC television station, on April 16 about his positive diagnosis and is now in self-isolation in accordance with the Center for Disease Control (CDC)’s guidelines. Miller is the first players from the ...

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Karl-Anthony Towns’ mother passes away from complications of coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic has claimed yet another life in the sports world, as it was reported on Monday, April 13, that Jacqueline Cruz, the mother of Minnesota Timberwolves star center Karl-Anthony Towns tragically died from complications of the disease, which has spread around the world and has put humanity to a standstill.  Cruz was 59 and, according to a statement ...

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Oilers’ Colby Cave passes away at 25

Edmonton Oilers centre Colby Cave passed away at the Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto on Saturday, April 11, at the age of 25 after being in a medically induced coma from a brain bleed he suffered only five days prior. The Oilers called the passing a “very, very sad day” for the organization, as Cave was looked at by the NHL ...

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How COVID-19 Has Affected the Football Industry

COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus, is a viral infection that causes lung illness and originated in Wuhan, China, where the disease was first identified.  The virus has caused global pandemic to the sports industry and ground to a halt many football events around the world in both domestic and international competitions. Despite the disease being first identified in December 2019, ...

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NFL offseason so far: The changes, the signings, the ends of eras

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s safe to say that the National Football League, and in fact the sport of American football altogether (including college), dodged a bullet on this one. With the 2019-20 coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic pretty much halting every sports league in its path, the NFL has been able to carry on normally, and NFL football fans across America, as ...

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