Archive for November, 2012

Now that there has been some time to let the Miami Marlins’ blockbuster roster dump settle, let’s take a look at the team that the Marlins could currently be fielding without these constant roster dumps. The Marlins have had a startling amount of roster dumps for a team that has only been around since 1993 […]

Learn more ...

The New York Knicks caught a great deal of flack from fans and the media alike when they declined their option at matching Jeremy Lin’s contract at the conclusion of the 2011-12 season. The contract offer in question was 3 years at $25.1 million, going to a player who had started a mere 25 games […]

Learn more ...

The coaching and GM carousel has become the in vogue offseason thing to do for franchises in the midst of a transition. Gone are the days of Tom Landry coaching a team for 29 years, Jeff Fisher for 16 years, and soon, Andy Reid for 14 years. A what have you done for me lately […]

Learn more ...

“He takes the snap. Long drop. He looks left, looks right…he has a man down field! Steps up in the pocket and throws it to his running back for a 3 yard gain.” We’ve all heard something similar to this from the announcer of the game with our favorite team. That’s the description of a […]

Learn more ...

What’s next for the Zen Master? After surprisingly missing out on the chance to coach the Los Angeles Lakers again, Phil Jackson is without a doubt fielding countless calls about his availability. One of the greatest coaches of all time is not going to be lured out of his home for just any opportunity, but […]

Learn more ...

Pending the many physicals that must happen prior to the two teams signing off on the trade…we have just witnessed one of the greatest talent hijackings in recent sports memory. Possibly not since the Gasol trade has one organization fleeced another quite so badly. The Miami Marlins have traded SP Josh Johnson, SP Mark Buehrle, […]

Learn more ...

#7, at least not Michael Vick’s #7, will not be entering the Philadelphia ring of honor anytime soon. The reason is obvious though, Vick will not be playing in Philadelphia after this season ends. Vick’s contract would seem to eliminate the possibility that the turnover prone Vick would be able to be moved from Philadelphia […]

Learn more ...

The Los Angeles Lakers and GM Mitch Kupchak didn’t just throw a curveball by hiring Mike D’Antoni, they threw a good ‘ol R.A. Dickey knuckler. There are certainly good reasons to decide against hiring Phil Jackson; health, travel, money, but to choose D’Antoni instead is desperation. Not the Daryl Morey trading for James Harden kind […]

Learn more ...

After firing Mike Brown on Friday, the Lakers were expected to go after big name coaches to take over the reigns of the Lakers. Names like Jerry Sloan and Mike D’Antoni were thrown around as popular choices. However, Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak may have had a man in mind all along…the legendary Phil Jackson. Phil […]

Learn more ...

This season in the NFL, we’ve seen a GM build an 8-0 team, a GM come back from an 8-game suspension, and a GM fired in just week 7. But one man has tried convince us for years that he is the next great NFL GM. That man is Scott Pioli. He comes from New […]

Learn more ...

One win and four losses. 1-4. 20% wins. Just barely not winless. Many ways to explain how the Los Angeles Lakers have started the 2012-13 NBA season. In a market that has been as spoiled with greatness as L.A., at least on the Lakers end, and with such a blockbuster off-season for the Lakers, starting […]

Learn more ...

New Orleans Saints’ GM Mickey Loomis can finally get back to work. On Tuesday, his suspension related to the bounty scandal was fully served. He was banned from the team for 8 games after his reported involvement in the bounty scandal that ripped through current and former players and executives of the Saints. Going into […]

Learn more ...

07
Nov

Have any questions for us? Perhaps you have a story idea you’ve been wanting someone to research. Regardless of why you want to talk to us, fill out the form below, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

Learn more ...

We all have that T.V. show that we watch and fall in love with, and probably don’t have a real good reason to watch or fall for. I got taken by a show that crawled to 2.5 seasons between 2009 and 2010 called Lie to Me. It was a show in the vein of The […]

Learn more ...

After an unexpected slow start, the Indiana Pacers’ woes continue with the announcement that forward Danny Granger will likely be out 3 months with patellar tendinosis. Granger has been dealing with this injury since last year’s playoffs with little improvement. Patellar tendinosis refers to chronic pain coming from the patellar tendon, which sits just below […]

Learn more ...

  • 1
  • 2