NBA Mock Draft – Post Lottery Edition

NBA Mock Draft – Post Lottery Edition

After the draft lottery, the order is now set. With only a month left, teams are narrowing down their boards. Here is a NBA mock draft of the lottery. 1.) Orlando Magic: SF/PF Jabari Smith Jr (Auburn) Jabari Smith is the best player on my board. It is rare to see players of his stature […]

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 Red Sox Top Prospect Brayan Bello Promoted to Triple-A

Red Sox Top Prospect Brayan Bello Promoted to Triple-A

The Red Sox promoted top pitching prospect Brayan Bello and Andrew Politi to Triple-A Worcester. The Red Sox also demoted Kyle Hart and Darin Gillies to Double-A Portland. Bello will make his Triple-A debut on May 18th. Politi made his Worcester debut on May 17th: a scoreless inning with two strikeouts.  Red Sox Prospect Brayan Bello […]

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 Will The Dallas Stars Keep Klingberg?

Will The Dallas Stars Keep Klingberg?

Dallas Stars fans need no introduction to  John Klingberg. The 29-year-old defenseman has been a stalwart on the team’s blueline since he was drafted in the 5th round of the 2010 NHL draft.  Klingberg is in the final year of his 7-year, $29.75 million contract signed back in 2015 and will become an unrestricted free […]

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 Jordan Hicks’ Gloves Leave One Question

Jordan Hicks’ Gloves Leave One Question

Before Jordan Hicks threw a pitch on Friday night, he was already in hot water with umpire Greg Gibson for the color of his glove.  Hicks attempted to dawn his team colors red and white, violating rule 3.07. The rule states, “The pitcher’s glove may not, exclusive of piping, be white, gray, nor, in the […]

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 What Is Charlo’s Plan: Stay At 154, Go To 160

What Is Charlo’s Plan: Stay At 154, Go To 160

What Jermell Charlo‘s accomplished like him or not, is impressive. To go down the list of every champion ever at junior middleweight and realize he’s the only one to be undisputed in the four-belt era is also a tad shocking. But with this massive pinnacle being reached, what is Charlo’s plan now? Now that “Iron […]

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 What is the Best Way to Bet on Baseball?

What is the Best Way to Bet on Baseball?

Baseball is one of the best sports to bet on because of the huge number of games it offers compared to other sports. The MLB runs between April and October, consisting of 162 games for each team. That’s a total of 2,430 games over the six months. As a result, there are loads of opportunities for bettors, and MLB often offers great value odds […]

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 NFL Rookie Preview – RB Edition

NFL Rookie Preview – RB Edition

Going into this draft, there were few landing spots that we expected would be beneficial for any RB. After the draft, however, I have plenty of optimism for most of these players. Even Kenneth Walker III, who I was low on pre-draft and who I expected to drop in the draft, is someone I can’t […]

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 Angela Hill Needs Changes Before She’s Released

Angela Hill Needs Changes Before She’s Released

An Original Who’s Seen It All There comes a time in every athlete’s career when they must take a hard look at the facts, and make changes. Angela Hill is now at that fork in the road. She’s 37-years old and in an underrated and tough strawweight division, the outlook isn’t as pretty as her […]

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 Lessons for Luka: Being High Usage

Lessons for Luka: Being High Usage

How I Met Your Mother was a series that went on for nine seasons on CBS. In the first season, about halfway through, Ted Mosby and the crew are in a limo going from New Year’s Eve party to New Year’s Eve party. The crux of the episode is that New Year’s Eve is an […]

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 Why It Makes Sense To Trade Xander Bogaerts

Why It Makes Sense To Trade Xander Bogaerts

The early part of the 2022 season has been a complete nightmare for the Boston Red Sox. Boston is dead last in the AL East, Chris Sale’s rehab is taking longer than expected, big free agent signee Trevor Story has only hit one home run and they still have issues with their closer. While it’s […]

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 Game Six Tatum: How Do We Remember It?

Game Six Tatum: How Do We Remember It?

Jayson Tatum and the Boston Celtics knew going into Game Six that losing could not be an option or it was over. The 24 year-old out of St. Louis dropped 46 points and outscored Giannis Antentokounmpo in a 108-95 win. This Game Six Tatum performance could go down in the history books, but only if […]

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