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  • justin Krudo
    Published about 11 hours ago
    NHL has changed some hockey rules, what are those?

    NHL has changed some hockey rules, what are those?

    Subsequent to settling on the decision, refs will be needed to watch replays on those little tablet devices to conclude whether to stay with the five-minute major or diminish it to a two-minute minor.
  • Tiffany Wagner
    Published about 13 hours ago
    Bet on Football: Week 7 Power Rankings Of Ten Best NFL Teams Today

    Bet on Football: Week 7 Power Rankings Of Ten Best NFL Teams Today

    The 2020 NFL season is now on its Week 7 Playoffs, and each football team is hell-bent to bag wins in their respective division. After six divisional match-ups, the NFL community can now identify who are the favorites and the underdogs. Apart from that, bettors can also better interpret the teams they should wager throughout the season.
  • justin Krudo
    Published a day ago
    How to become a super fan of Ice Hockey

    How to become a super fan of Ice Hockey

    In case you're sufficiently fortunate to have a genius group in your city or state, I suggest following that group. Not exclusively is it the brandishing activity, however, it will be simpler to watch the games and purchase memorabilia.
  • Monique O'Leary
    Published 3 days ago
    Back in L.A

    Back in L.A

    It is wild to believe that it was just earlier this year in January that NBA icon Kobe Bryant was killed alongside his daughter Gianna in a helicopter crash in Los Angeles. This week, his team paid an incredible tribute to him, taking out the NBA title on Sunday against Miami Heat 106-93. It was the first time they had won the title in a decade, with Lakers Coach Frank Vogel noting that Bryant “had guided this team the whole year”. Later on, Kobe’s late wife Vanessa sadly took to Instagram to wish that that the pair were still here to see the victory.
  • Ben Thompson
    Published 3 days ago
    Practice Golf At Home

    Practice Golf At Home

    The coronavirus is causing us all to rethink how we go about our daily activities. Washing our hands and wearing a mask has become part of everyday life, and working from home has become the norm for many.
  • justin Krudo
    Published 5 days ago
    Ice Hockey Rules, All You Need Is Here!

    Ice Hockey Rules, All You Need Is Here!

    Face-offs are utilized to begin times of play and to restart play after a stoppage. A go head to head includes two rival players remaining inverse each other at around one stick's sharp edge separated and the authority dropping the puck between them. The two players at that point endeavor to pick up ownership of the puck.
Staff Picks
  • Sean S
    Published 2 months ago
    So College Football...what's next?

    So College Football...what's next?

    With the Big Ten & Pac-12 cancelling Fall Sports and my Sooners having 9 New Positive Tests Yesterday the future of the 2020 College Football Season has never been more bleak. Trevor Lawrence, arguably the sports biggest current star, made the last ditch plea to the Power 5 before the Big Ten & Pac-12 voted with this post:
  • Steve Harrison
    Published 3 months ago
    Athletics: When barefoot Bikila became a global sensation

    Athletics: When barefoot Bikila became a global sensation

    I know my father was a decent rugby player and an accomplished boxer during his national service, but I’m not really sure where his reverence for the world’s greatest distance runners emanated from.
  • The Sports Reverends
    Published 4 months ago
    The Sports Reverends

    The Sports Reverends

    The Sports Reverends talk about breaking sports news and topics! We are no experts, but we are passionate about sports! We love to talk and debate about sports and different hot takes!
  • Michael Ferger
    Published 5 months ago
    Without fans, it just isn't the same

    Without fans, it just isn't the same

    It seems like a lifetime ago that we were allowed to hop onto aeroplanes and fly to cities that would show us a little additional piece of the world puzzle. It was a regular occurrence for me to travel all over the United Kingdom and various other locations in Europe because of the work that I do. I work in the sport television industry and the last destination that I got to enjoy visiting was the magnificent Rome. Thus my flashback encompasses the sad truth that we cannot gather together at sporting events anymore, something I most certainly will never take for granted again.
  • Mikhaela Danielle
    Published 5 months ago
    The Flower That Will Flourish Forever | In Memoriam of Hana Kimura

    The Flower That Will Flourish Forever | In Memoriam of Hana Kimura

    It's been a day since I found out about the death of Hana Kimura. Some people may know her as the reality tv star from Terrace House but to me and many others, she was a talented pro-wrestler who had a big future ahead of her. She was undoubtedly one of my favorite wrestlers not just in Stardom, but in the whole pro-wrestling industry in general. The news of her passing and taking her own life has gutted me and made it difficult to breathe. Up until now, I am still in disbelief and cannot seem to wrap my head around the fact that she is gone.
  • Gurjus Singh
    Published 7 months ago
    Best games to watch on the Youtube during NBA hiatus

    Best games to watch on the Youtube during NBA hiatus

    It has been a good 2 weeks since the NBA season had been suspended. Fans like myself have gone through basketball withdrawal as we wait for the NBA season to resume. So in order to fill time, NBA readers have come to the right place, as here are a list of the best games to watch during the hiatus!
Featured Collections
Baseball
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published 2 months ago
    5 Basics to Launch Your Baseball Career

    5 Basics to Launch Your Baseball Career

    The game of baseball as we know it has been played in the United States for more than 150 years. It's played by boys and girls in backyards and sandlots. It's played by grown men and women on pristine grass diamonds and in stadiums large enough to hold the entire population of many cities. All you need is a ball, bat and mitt, and you're ready to take the field. Let's examine the basics to discover why baseball has been called America's National Pastime.
  • Bradley Greenland
    Published 2 months ago
    The Family Tree of Baseball Legend Hank Aaron

    The Family Tree of Baseball Legend Hank Aaron

    Henry Louis Aaron was born February 5th, 1934 in Mobile, Alabama to Herbert Aaron and Estella Pritchett. He was one of seven siblings and one of which, his brother Tommie, also went on to play professional baseball. Hank Aaron grew up on 666 South Wilkinson Street in Mobile, Alabama. His father worked as a ship fitter's helper, a person who works on ships when they come in for repairs, and made $900 a year (the equivalent of $16,923 today). Hank Aaron's family was very poor, to the point where Hank would make his own baseball bats and baseballs out of materials he found in the street. Hank first tried out for the Brooklyn Dodgers when he was just 15 years old. He did not make the team that year but a year later would join the Pritchett Athletics where he made $2 per game (the equivalent to $22 today). Later that year, he would join the Mobile Black Bears, an independent Negro League team, where he earned $3 per game (the equivalent to $33 today). In the fall of 1951, Hank signed a contract with the Indianapolis Clowns where he played 26 games as a shortstop with a batting average of .366, 5 home runs, 33 runs batted in, 41 hits, and 9 stolen bases.
  • Rich Monetti
    Published 2 months ago
    Baseball Boys Recreates 1950’s Little Baseball in Mt. Vernon

    Baseball Boys Recreates 1950’s Little Baseball in Mt. Vernon

    Little League Baseball was born in 1939. By 1950, it made its way from Pennsylvania to Bruce Fabricant’s hometown of Mt. Vernon . In 1953, he got the call, and on a cold April morning, the Heritage Hills resident tried out. The times didn’t allot for a participation trophy, however. But finally getting the chance to play on a real field with adults - who could teach the game - easily made up for lack of metallic luster and the frostbite. In actuality, what he did get was much more important and is never far from what he is trying to document in Baseball Boys – a self-published novel on 1950’s Little League baseball in Mt. Vernon.
Basketball
  • Monique O'Leary
    Published 3 days ago
    Back in L.A

    Back in L.A

    It is wild to believe that it was just earlier this year in January that NBA icon Kobe Bryant was killed alongside his daughter Gianna in a helicopter crash in Los Angeles. This week, his team paid an incredible tribute to him, taking out the NBA title on Sunday against Miami Heat 106-93. It was the first time they had won the title in a decade, with Lakers Coach Frank Vogel noting that Bryant “had guided this team the whole year”. Later on, Kobe’s late wife Vanessa sadly took to Instagram to wish that that the pair were still here to see the victory.
  • Daniel Green
    Published 12 days ago
    Things Are Looking Soapy in the Bubble

    Things Are Looking Soapy in the Bubble

    As we all know since the beginning of the 2019-2020 NBA Season, everyone pretty much had their pick of who they believed would make it to the NBA FINALS. Bucks, Lakers, Clippers, and Rockets being the uttermost picks, no one being linchpinned on Miami or even Denver to take out Kawhi and PG.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published about a month ago
    See WNBA Salaries for the 2020 Season

    See WNBA Salaries for the 2020 Season

    The 2020 WNBA season started on July 25, 2020, and ends with the playoffs in the month of October. Here is a list of WNBA salaries for the 2020 season.
Culture
  • Ben Thompson
    Published 3 days ago
    Practice Golf At Home

    Practice Golf At Home

    The coronavirus is causing us all to rethink how we go about our daily activities. Washing our hands and wearing a mask has become part of everyday life, and working from home has become the norm for many.
  • Faith Amert
    Published 6 days ago
    Sports Court Construction

    Sports Court Construction

    Sports Court Construction
  • Galvez 5amily
    Published 10 days ago
    ARCHERY FOREVER

    ARCHERY FOREVER

    To maintain good archery form during the whole year, your physical strength and conditioning, archery gear, and your archery technique are things you'll need to consider. Setting aside some time each week dedicated to each of these areas, can help you be prepared the next time you need to nock an arrow once hunting season comes around. This is vital for a range of reasons. Firstly, your body will be more enduring, should the need arise to stay longer in the forest or drag an animal out of it. You'll also gain more confidence in your shooting skills, which will help you make a spot-on shot even in imperfect conditions. These tips and techniques to shooting a compound bow will not only aid you in any standard hunt in the woods behind your house, but will also prepare you for a trip to a new place. Even if this isn't on your calendar, being willing and able will do no harm.
Fighting
  • Boxing Gloves
    Published 12 days ago
    How to Choose Boxing Gloves with Perfect Weight?

    How to Choose Boxing Gloves with Perfect Weight?

    Boxing gloves and those which have cushions stuffed inside it with an intention to make it soft and comfortable. Fighters use it during boxing matches and trials. It is used for the purpose of defence as well as attack.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published 15 days ago
    Movie Review: 'Cagefighter: Worlds Collide'

    Movie Review: 'Cagefighter: Worlds Collide'

    Cagefighter: Worlds Collide stars Alex ‘Mean’ Montagnani as Reiss Gibbons, the Light Heavyweight Champion of the World in Legends MMA, the film approximation of UFC. Gina Gershon co-stars as Max, the Dana White character, a promoter always on the lookout for the big money fight. Max appears to have found her next big money fight when she books a professional wrestler named Randy Stone (AEW star Jonathan ‘Moxley’ Good) to face Reiss.
  • Richie Moon
    Published 17 days ago
    One year of Wednesday Night Dynamite

    One year of Wednesday Night Dynamite

    One year ago today in Washington D.C., I was there live to see the debut for AEW’s Wednesday Night Dynamite. I’ve been a pro wrestling fan for over 20 years, (25 to be exact) and I’m 32 years young to give you some perspective. Wrestling has influenced me in so many areas of my life, I owe so much to it. My mother loved wrestling as well, her favorite wrestler was the Undertaker. Those are some of my most cherished memories of my life watching a WWF PPV on a spring Sunday evening spending time with my mommy.
Football
Hockey
  • justin Krudo
    Published about 11 hours ago
    NHL has changed some hockey rules, what are those?

    NHL has changed some hockey rules, what are those?

    Subsequent to settling on the decision, refs will be needed to watch replays on those little tablet devices to conclude whether to stay with the five-minute major or diminish it to a two-minute minor.
  • justin Krudo
    Published a day ago
    How to become a super fan of Ice Hockey

    How to become a super fan of Ice Hockey

    In case you're sufficiently fortunate to have a genius group in your city or state, I suggest following that group. Not exclusively is it the brandishing activity, however, it will be simpler to watch the games and purchase memorabilia.
  • justin Krudo
    Published 5 days ago
    Ice Hockey Rules, All You Need Is Here!

    Ice Hockey Rules, All You Need Is Here!

    Face-offs are utilized to begin times of play and to restart play after a stoppage. A go head to head includes two rival players remaining inverse each other at around one stick's sharp edge separated and the authority dropping the puck between them. The two players at that point endeavor to pick up ownership of the puck.