Why Millions Of People Play Online Games

There are many reasons why people opt to play games online. Whether you are a young child or a senior citizen, online games is a great form of entertainment. And, many of these games are absolutely free to play. You do not need any skills to play games online. In fact, all you need is […]

Best Gambling Strategies to Win and Play More

More and more gambling websites are becoming famous for their opulence offers and another sort of variable opportunities to play and win big. It is the most important facet to understand that online casinos are not only meant to earn money. It is a medium of sheer entertainment which people can enjoy during their leisure. […]

Why Do Gamblers Get Addicted To Online Sports Betting?

Are you really interested in making huge amounts of money? If so, you can get yourself involved in many kinds of online sports betting. Online sports betting is regarded as a popular type of gambling that involves billions of dollars globally. Since its emergence, the online betting industry is on a rise. According to your […]

The Greatest Comebacks in Man U History

Manchester United is seeing a revival under their current manager Jose Mourinho. Although they were knocked out from the Champions League by Sevilla, they are currently looking as favorites for the coming FA Cup final against Chelsea. Additionally, they are in a very good position to finish second in the league table. Manchester United is […]

NBA Players Offseason Schedules

Of course, some of the best athletes and NBA players of all time have natural ability, but they get to truly be the best because of their dedication to the sport both during the season and in the offseason. Players like Kobe Bryant, Lebron James, Russell Westbrook, and so many more have something in common […]

Draymond Green blasts Eastern Conference for Cavaliers’ easy playoff path

The NBA’s best trash talker is at it again. Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors isn’t one to hold back when asked to speak his mind. After a recent shootaround, reporters wondered how he felt about the playoffs so far, especially out in the Eastern Conference.  The Cavaliers are the favorite to win the […]

Does a player’s shot selection change on a different team?

DeMarcus Cousins had a breakout year, reaching the vaunted 20-10 average and capitalizing on his potential. What’s most impressive that his usage rate (the proportion of possessions he used by taking shots, free throws, or making turnovers) ballooned without a decrease in efficiency — in fact he was more efficient than ever. A usage rate […]

The Final Preview of the Pac-12 Tallied

I always forget how painfully slow football related news is this time of the year.  Well good thing Fall Camp is roughly 120 hours from beginning, and once it does, you can expect the best daily coverage of our fledgling Cougars from Sir Vince Grippi and the folks over at Cougfan.  I am sure you […]

March Madness is almost here!

It’s almost time for March Madness, that time of year in which the productivity of American office workers plummets during the first round, and internet connections strain under the weight of streaming video. You may have an office pool you are in for a few bucks, but if you are looking to take your college […]

Owning the Zone

Anyone that has watched baseball recently knows that runs have been at a premium in the past ten years. Major League Baseball games have shifted from slugfests in the 1990’s to an art where many teams are comfortable with scoring as little as three runs. This undoubtedly has something to do with the haze of steroids […]

The Value of Speed in Baseball

There are five tools scouts look at when evaluating a baseball player; speed, hitting, power, arm strength, and defense. Many of these tools can be partially evaluated through statistics; with immediate figures like batting average and slugging percentage available across all levels of baseball. Visually, it is usually immediately clear who the fastest runners on […]

All Quiet on the Western Front (For Now)

The NBA Playoffs are fast approaching with only a few games left on regular season schedules. Those few who have already solidified their place are on auto-pilot while a respectable few are also playing hard in the hope of building toward next season (Jazz, Wolves). Then there are the rest (Sixers, Knicks) who don’t seem […]

Jameis Winston: Behind The Numbers

Jameis Winston may be the most controversial prospect in this year’s NFL draft. After winning the Heisman award in his first year as starting quarterback at Florida State, he had to endure many self-inflicted controversies. There was the knuckle-headed “stealing” of crab legs from a local grocery store to the much more serious rape allegations.  […]

NBA Doppelgangers: A Look at Current Rosters and How They Compare All-Time

One of the main debates concerning the game of basketball and the NBA revolves around how teams compare to others in history. We often ask ourselves; has there been a team like the 90s Chicago Bulls? Showtime Lakers? Bird Celtics? Shaq-Kobe Lakers? These questions are all great thought experiments but ultimately very difficult to objectively […]

Clippers and Mavericks Top Most Expensive Thunder Tickets In February

At the start of the 2014-15 NBA season, everyone probably thought the Oklahoma City Thunder were dead in the water. Kevin Durant was set to miss up to a month with a broken foot, Russell Westbrook (hand) got hurt after just one game and the team was forced to deal with a litany of injuries […]

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