What If Kyrie Irving Played Road Games

What If Kyrie Irving Played Road Games

In case you haven’t heard, Kyrie Irving will not be playing for the Brooklyn Nets for the foreseeable future. What began with a mandate from New York City that large gatherings indoors require vaccination for Covid, has continued with the Nets announcing Kyrie will not play or practice until he’s vaccinated or the mandate is […]

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 Houston Rockets’ Round-Up: Pre-Season Wrap Up

Houston Rockets’ Round-Up: Pre-Season Wrap Up

Here’s to the first Houston Rockets’ Round-Up with actual basketball to talk about. No more “who to root for” or “what could the alternate jersey look like;” not there have been real-life NBA games to watch and analyze. Ok, admittedly… in many ways, a handful of preseason games isn’t exactly the same. Stephen Silas used […]

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 5 Historic NBA Finals Wins

5 Historic NBA Finals Wins

Every year, the best of the best from the world of basketball meets at the NBA Finals. Aftera season of competing to find the best teams, players from both the Western and Easternconferences clash in a best-of-seven series to determine who gets the esteemed title ofleague champion for the year. Today we’re looking at 5 […]

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 10 Facts About Baseball You May Not Know

10 Facts About Baseball You May Not Know

As one of America’s oldest and favorite pastimes, baseball is ingrained into our culture. Eventhose who aren’t fans of baseball know a lot of the terms and imagery associated withbaseball games. With such a long history, there are many interesting facts about baseballand how the sport took North America by storm. Today we’ve gathered ten […]

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 Finally, the NBA is Back!

Finally, the NBA is Back!

It’s finally here. In my @therock voice, finally, the NBA is back! October 19th marks the first day of the new NBA season. This is one of the most intriguing seasons in the last few years, even decades. We come into a season with fresh teams that played in the last finals, several mega names […]

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 Blachowicz Anderson Part Three; On Social Media

Blachowicz Anderson Part Three; On Social Media

Sports fans love trilogies, especially when it means something. The one that many wish would happen is Cyborg versus Amanda Nunes. But Dana White doesn’t cross-promote; at least anymore. Once he was burned by PRIDE, he swore he’d never do it again. Like him, his tactics, or not; the man’s stuck to his words. Now […]

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 McKinney Leads Colonels to Big Comeback

McKinney Leads Colonels to Big Comeback

Quiet the Doubters Outside of Richmond, few believed in this EKU team. Saturday’s game kicked off with the Colonels being a 7.5 point underdog and ended the day as legitimate threats in the ASUN Conference after McKinney leads the Colonels to the come back. The main doubts came for the offense. They started slowly in […]

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 Should Briedis Move Now Or Clean Out Cruiserweight

Should Briedis Move Now Or Clean Out Cruiserweight

There comes a point in time for everyone when they must decide, stay on the yellow-brick road, or move. For Mairis Briedis, the time is now. Should Briedis move now to heavyweight, or stay put. On a night with boxing cards from all over the planet, this is the top question being wondered now. The […]

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 Light Heavyweight Finals Set For Bellator

Light Heavyweight Finals Set For Bellator

Bellator 268: Footprint Center, Phoenix Arizona: After a long and winding road, finally Bellator’s Light Heavyweight Finals set. And in the end Ryan Bader will not be getting a shot at becoming a double champion again. At least for now, but at the age of 38, the question becomes, how much longer does Bader want […]

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