5 Things We Learned So Far This NBA Season

It took the NBA long enough to start…at least they soothed the pain with an exciting, and unexpected, start to the season. Christmas day, enhanced so much by the start of this season, started with the Knicks seemingly stopping, at least momentarily, the Celtics reign as kings of the Atlantic Division. In the following hours, Kobe’s Lakers […]

Transfers: Chelsea’s £150m Spending, Gareth Bale to Barcelona?, Pato to PSG?

Barclays Premier League Transfer Rumors Tottenham are interested in Freiburg striker Papiss Cisse. The 26-year-old Senegal striker is worth around £14m. Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas granted £150m for transfers. Hulk, Gregory van der Wiel and Joao Moutinho are top 3 for AVB. Also Bolton manager Owen Coyle has also agreed a fee with Chelsea for […]

NBA: Top 10 Rookies and Their Best and Worst Case Scenarios as Pros

This year’s draft class was less than spectacular and full of gambles.  A player could either turn out to be the next big thing, or the next bust. A player can turn out to be the next Chris Paul, or Ramon Sessions. Dirk Nowitzki, or Brian Scalabrine. The list goes on. So, for a fan’s sake, […]

Exclusive Interview with Williams Sisters’ Ex-Coach: Racism in USTA Coach Hiring

Recently, I conducted an email interview with Morris King Jr., the former coach of Serena and Venus Williams, as well as Amer Delic. I contacted him through an article I wrote titled “American Tennis Has Fallen Behind European Counterparts.” He said as an African-American, he has suffered through immense discrimination during his time as a […]

Dirtiest Players in Sports

Sports are meant to be a thing of beauty; that’s why people watch it, right? To see the flow of the game and the magic moment when sport becomes an art. A special moment where it seems like everything is just falling into place. People say they watch sports for that beauty. I claim this […]

Top 10 Biggest Crying Moments in Sports History

Sports are for tough guys, right? At least that’s what they always say. That only the toughest and the strongest make it, and that’s what we believe—that these athletes are almost beyond human, the toughest people out there; the people who didn’t listen to haters at a young age, who played with people older than […]

Tennis: Comparing the Legacies of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer

From their first meeting in Miami in 2005, to the latest one in Paris in 2011, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have enticed us tennis fans to spectacles indescribable in words. These two tennis greats have been on top of the tennis world for a very, very long time, but with new players, led by World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, […]

Tennis: Will 2012 Be the Year That a French Player Wins a Grand Slam?

For the past 28 years, French tennis fans have waited, waited and waited. Since Yannick Noah lifted the Roland Garros trophy in June of 1983, no Frenchman has won a single Grand Slam title in men’s singles. However, the recent contingent would present “Les Tricolore” with its best chance yet—if not for the fantastic era […]

Novak Djokovic: Will the Serb Crumble Under all the Pressure?

Every sport has it’s face. You don’t have to be a basketball fan to know Kobe Bryant. You don’t have to follow soccer to have heard of Cristiano Ronaldo. For many, many years, the face of tennis has been Roger Federer. There’s no doubt right now that Novak Djokovic is far and away the best player in the […]