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Trevor Ariza Gives Back Big Time

Houston Rockets small forward Trevor Ariza may have suffered defeat in the Western Conference finals this year, but he was the true winner this weekend for the successful launch of his 1st Ariza Elevated Game Awards. Ariza kicked off his Community Weekend in style, with an action-packed celebrity basketball game on Saturday. Celebrities such as Terrell […]

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Zack Greinke On Fire: Can a Brotha Get Some Help?

Somewhere in Cleveland, sits a man aka “the greatest player in the world” that is mourning another failed appearance in the NBA finals, after single-handedly putting his team on his back to get them there. He did all he could to win the series, but he lacked one significant piece to the puzzle: a supporting […]

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Have no Fear, Puig is Here!

There’s an ancient Chinese proverb that states “A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song”.  In that case, Yasiel Puig must have downloaded thousands of songs during his recent 6-week DL stint- because since his return- his bat has been singing astounding music.  With recent offensive […]

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Clippers: Are They For Real?

There was once a time, not long ago, when the Los Angeles Clippers were synonymous with losers, disappointment, and laughing stock. How time has changed within the last three seasons. One can argue that the, once dominant, Los Angeles Lakers can now own the title of the three aforementioned adjectives. After posting consecutive division titles […]

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Unfortunate: The Life of Aaron Hernandez

(photo courtesy of www.myfoxboston.com) Aaron Hernandez had everything to live for.  A great job, great salary, a beautiful baby daughter, a massive home, a lovely fiance, and unparalleled talent. Most people would be grateful to possess just a few of the aforementioned traits. But Aaron Hernandez had it all. Or at least, he appeared to […]

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Jacksonville Jaguars: Future is looking bright

(photo courtesy of www.vavel.com) The Jacksonville Jaguars are long removed from their more glorious years; making only two playoff appearances in the last 15 seasons. They have won only nine games in the past three seasons combined, which is good for last place among all NFL teams during that span. After coming off one of their worst […]

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The Obsolescence of the Two-Sport Athlete

(photo courtesy www.espn.go.com) With the 2015 MLB season underway and the NFL draft coming in 3 weeks, it got me wondering if the two-sport athlete is a thing of the past. There was once a time when the likes of Deion Sanders and Bo Jackson captivated eyes and hearts of sports fan across America. In […]

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NFL in LA: What’s taking so Long?

(photo courtesy of www.cbssports.com) It’s the second largest media market in the US. It’s the city of glitz, glamour, and infinite opportunities. It’s the entertainment capital of the world. Yet, it fails to keep an NFL team. What seems to be the problem in Los Angeles? No NFL team has called Los Angeles home since […]

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Draft Day 2.0

(photo courtesy of www.fanduel.com) I don’t know what’s more exciting: The anticipation building up to the NFL Draft, or the actual day of the NFL Draft itself.  There has been more buzz accumulated for this year’s draft, than the season finale of “Empire.” The questions resounding are: Who’s Tampa Bay going to take? Can the […]

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New York Jets: Making a Huge Splash This Offseason

After a disappointing 2014 season, a pulse is now felt throughout East Rutherford, NJ.  There is a revival going on so strong in the Jets organization, Bill Belichick is sweating a little. With the recent acquisition of 5-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall, the resigning of veteran linebacker David Harris, and speculation of drafting the […]

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