The dominoes have fallen and James Harden gets what he wanted, as he was traded to the Brooklyn Nets as part of a four team deal. While we all know this gives the Nets more star power in their hunt for an NBA Championship, there are major implications for each […]
1/14/2021 – East Sparta, OH As we watched the opening night of the NHL from The Janitor’s living room, the Flyers pulling away from the Penguins sparked a good old-fashioned session of sharing stories around the sports world, new and old. One fascinating story that surfaced was the threat of […]
After last season’s bubble experiment went off without a single positive COVID test, the NBA is having a hard time controlling the spread now that teams are playing in their own arenas and traveling city to city. Stars Kevin Durant and Jayson Tatum have missed games due to COVID protocols. […]
The Knicks have been one of the pleasant surprises early on this season. With a 5-2 record to start the year, fans are excited about the prospects of their young squad going forward. Much like the Raiders and Cowboys in the NFL, the NBA is simply more entertaining when the […]
We’re over a week into an NBA season full of surprises, and the biggest has to be the Orlando Magic starting 4-0 for the first time in franchise history. While I’m not ready to label them a contender in the Eastern Conference, there is plenty to be excited about in […]
Christmas is upon us and NBA fans can’t wait to open up a new season. As the clock ticks closer to the New Year, so does a fresh set of NBA awards. Here are my predictions as to who will walk away from the 2020-21 season with new hardware. MVP […]
By: Andrew Romanella The committee has spoken and the top-4 teams in college football have been chosen to compete in the college football playoff on New Year’s Day. As you could have guessed, this decision came with a lot of controversy and plenty of pissed off programs. Let’s break it […]
When filling out your roster it’s all about finding guys that will have plenty of opportunity. When you reach the double digit rounds, look for players that will have a defined role on the team, and should see significant minutes. Here are a couple players at each position that I […]
I think we can all agree Coastal deserves a playoff spot.
As the NBA season gets closer it can be difficult to identify which players with high projections may be in line for a disappointing season. Every season is full of surprises and no one knows exactly how this season will play out. Here are some early round options at each […]
Power Five? What’s that?
In a year dominated by political chaos, a deadly virus, shortened sports seasons, and various other things bumming us out, the college football season had a chance to help us end the year on a high note. Cue the horn section…wah wah waaaaah. The committee, otherwise known as the good […]
When preparing to draft, it’s a good idea to have some form of your own rankings in place. You and your competition will be seeing players ranked based on their current ADP. DON’T BECOME A SLAVE TO THE RANKINGS. Read the rules and make your own ideas based off the […]
The PAC 12 and Big Ten have themselves in a serious pickle, with nobody to blame but themselves. Both conferences, coincidentally, sat around deciding whether or not to have a season while the SEC and ACC fired up conference games. The result? Both the PAC and BIG have undefeated Power […]
Respect the Chanticleers.
I TOLD YOU TO RESPECT COASTAL
I really only care about one game this week…
When I first heard the news, I immediately went into Michael Scott mode….. When the dust settled from that overreaction, I realized this would take a lot of consent. Not by the NCAA of course, they will never let go of their cash cow until they are forced to do […]
Romain Grosjean is lucky to be alive after his fiery crash on lap 1 at the Bahrain Grand Prix on Thursday. He walked away with badly burned hands but it was first speculated that several broken bones were also possible. Here is the crash: https://twitter.com/F1/status/1333127810353950722 The French driver had nothing […]
Tokyo decided to move forward with the 2020 Olympics, however, the competition is delayed until July of 2021. Currently, visitors to Tokyo have to take a mandatory 14-day quarantine before roaming about the city, and the Olympic athletes will be under heavy Covid-19 scrutiny during their time participating and chillin’ […]