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Washington Wizards: Is John Wall’s Underachieving Career Done?

With reports of Washington Wizards All-Star point guard John Wall rupturing his Achilles, could his underachieving career be done? Wall, taken No.1 in the 2010 NBA Draft out of Kentucky, has had a star-crossed and oft-injured career in our nation’s capital as he had surgery on both of his knees in 2016, missed nine games […]

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Super Bowl LIII: Can You Date A Rival Fan?

With Super Bowl Sunday eight days away with both the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams making preparations for Super Bowl LIII, fans of both teams are getting ready for The Big Game. What if fans of both teams are in relationships with each other? Yeah, Sunday could prove to be a real breaking […]

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Why Chemistry Is The Warriors Truest Weapon

So what is the Golden State Warriors truest weapon? Curry. Durant. Klay. Draymond. Boogie. Five all-stars in one starting set? How about at times they seem off, and at times they are on. And when they are on, they are downright scary? This is not their most pertinent weapon either. A healthy team. Clicking on […]

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Denver Nuggets: Why They Are The NBA’s Best Kept Secret

DENVER – Thanks to a dominant 19-12-11 triple-double effort from Nikola Jokic and 26 points from Jamal Murray, the Western Conference-contending Denver Nuggets made short work of the road-weary defending Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers, 124-102 Saturday night in front of a raucous sellout crowd at the Pepsi Center Denver, who surrendered a NBA-record 51 […]

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NFL Opinion/Editorial Sports

Snowman’s Take! An AFC Title Game Duel In The Kingdom For The Ages!

Mahomes vs Brady – who would have thunk it. The Kansas City Chiefs, the #1 seed in the AFC by virtue of their record and AFC West title, face what a lot thought would be the incumbent – the New England Patriots. All you needed to see was the final 20 minutes of the game […]

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Opinion: John Harbaugh Made a Grave Mistake Not Benching Lamar Jackson

Granted we now have the benefit of hindsight, but Baltimore Ravens’ Head Coach John Harbaugh made a grave mistake in yesterday’s game versus the Los Angeles Chargers. Coach Harbaugh should have benched rookie Quarterback Lamar Jackson for the veteran Quarterback Joe Flacco. This move has a major historical precedent in the not so distant past. […]

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NFL Playoffs: Can QB Philip Rivers Finally Close The Deal?

Is he or is he not? Whenever the name Philip Rivers is mentioned and debated about the elite quarterbacks of this generation, the former fourth overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft out of North Carolina State’s name is always mentioned. Is he elite? Is he one of the best to ever play? Is he […]

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NFL Playoffs: Can Nick Foles Do It Again?

Nick Foles led the Philadelphia Eagles to a victory in Super Bowl LII last season after starting Quarterback Carson Wentz went down with another knee injury, and this season he went down again with a back injury. As a result, Nick Foles has taken over the reigns yet again and got the Eagles into the […]

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Poll: Baker Mayfield vs. Saquon Barkley? Who Deserves The NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Year Award?

New York vs. Cleveland. While it may not have the same pizazz as longtime civic rivalries with towns such as Boston and Pittsburgh, it is one that has quite a long and storied history. You have the Yankees vs. Indians battles of yesteryear—and again most recently in the 2000’s—as well as the Browns vs. the […]

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Miami Dolphins: Is the Ryan Tannehill Era Over?

With their regular season finale this coming Sunday on the road against the longtime rival Buffalo Bills, could this be the last time fans see QB Ryan Tannehill in a Miami Dolphins uniform? Tannehill, picked eighth overall in the 2012 NFL Draft out of Texas A&M, has had a rocky up-and-down career in trying to […]

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