In the NBA, where strict salary caps are in place, it’s common to hear about players signing for so-called “max money.” This basically means that they’re being paid as much as their teams are allowed to pay them based on strict rules that are in place depending on how long the player’s been in the […]

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Here we go, the 2014 MLB predictions from Other League. Another round of point less picks that will undoubtedly be terribly wrong. If you want to see how Al and I did last year, you can read our predictions here. This year we have Charlie helping out as well. I’ve added some very little commentary […]

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Most Improved Player Of The Year Will Come From The Bulls, But It Won’t Be Jimmy Butler Most improved player of the year is always one of the hardest awards to pick. There’s a group of only a few guys who could be MVP, we all know who the hot rookies are coming into this […]

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We are back folks. Time for some NBA predictions. And this time we have more “bloggers” to mercilessly punish after this season proves all of us wrong. Here are your contenders: Me. Well…you know who I am. If you want to dig around the Front Office, you know what I think, so let’s move on. […]

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I woke up in the middle of the night to a notification that said the following, “Cubs reach $500 million deal with city of Chicago for Wrigley Field overhaul.” I honestly don’t think I could’ve read anything to make me happier at 11:30 other than a text from that girl I’ve been desperately hitting on […]

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The Bulls were without the reigning MVP, Derrick Rose, for much of the 2011-2012 campaign, yet they were still able to finish a conference best 50-16 and therefore have the number 1 seed in the Eastern Conference. However, as soon as Rose was done for good in the playoffs, the team folded and wasn’t a […]

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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 […]

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