Back in early September at the Orlando Bubble, the LA Clippers led by Kawhi Leonard and Paul George took a commanding 3-1 Semi-Finals series lead over the Denver Nuggets. The latter had just overcome a devastating 3-1 deficit in the First Round, and now for the second straight year, it
The Jets took Zach Wilson with the second overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. I’m not here to say it was a bad pick. I hope it’s great. The fact of the matter is the Jets don’t have an experienced quarterback on the roster currently, and that worries me.
Today, the best three-year-old horses in the world enter the starting gate at Churchill Downs for the 147th Kentucky Derby. Essential Quality is the 2/1 favorite while Rock Your World is at 5/1. Check out a Kentucky Derby and trifecta play that should pay handsome profits if it cashes.
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The U18s are going in full force, so I thought I’d talk about a few of the players who aren’t scoring a lot but doing good things on the ice.
Liam Gilmartin – Team USA - Right Wing - I last saw him at the All-American Prospects Game. He can play
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The NFL Draft is a happy time for some fans. Jets fans will have mixed emotions. Orlando Macchia and Russ Cohen hit on a lot of topics in a short amount of time.
2021 has been a weird season. There are a lot of players out on loan. Here's my first list and it won't be the last.
Owen Power – Defense – Michigan - NCAA
Matty Beniers – Center – Michigan - NCAA
Brandt Clarke – Defense – Barrie - OHL
The MVP Award is very coveted and something that fans love to talk about. They feel a sense of pride when their player is in the running, and now folks can put some money down on that. This is one of those fun things that fans can follow all season
Six years ago, the Atlanta Hawks took control of the Eastern landscape and finished with the Conference’s best record. Incredible team-play from the starting unit, which produced a league-best four All-Stars, led them to a miraculous 60-win campaign, despite no scorers averaging more than 17 per contest. They failed to
Plymouth - - The score doesn’t matter. What matters is how the draft-eligible players performed. Here’s a list of players to watch for the next few drafts.
Sean Behrens – This 5-9 defenseman played a solid game. He has a good first pass. He knows how to seal players off from