Miami Heat forward, Derrick Jones Jr. can jump through the roof, anyone who pays attention to the NBA has seen what this guy can do. Now I know this alley oop didn't happen in the NBA, it's still ridiculous. I don't even know how to describe the pass off the backboard. Any dunk after that … Continue reading This Might be the Greatest Alley Oop I’ve Ever Seen
Tatum is going into his third NBA season. And during an interview discussing his goals for this upcoming season, he had 3 things to do: average 20 a game, become a first time all star, and to win the NBA finals. Two of those three goals should be achieved by the 21 year old. Averaging … Continue reading How Jayson Tatum Can Live Up to His Goals
Bryce Harper signed that massive 13 year, 330 million dollar contract. Harper might not be living up the expectations of the deal at the moment, but he's still on year one of it. He's still playing good baseball. During last nights Phillies-Giants game, Harper was up to the plate, and heard a fan behind him … Continue reading Bryce Harper Just Put This Fan in a Bodybag
The biggest prima donna in football is back at it shortly after he got his new deal out of Pittsburgh, this time it's over equipment. The NFL put a mandate in that requires all players to wear a new type of helmet, the kind of type of helmet to piss off the NFL's biggest crybaby. … Continue reading Here We Go Again: Antonio Brown Said He’d Never Play Football Again If He Doesn’t Get His Old Helmet Back
McLaren Racing announced today it will return to full-time IndyCar competition from 2020 in a strategic partnership with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (Arrow SPM) and Chevrolet. McLaren last competed full-time in IndyCar in 1979.Under the partnership, the team will be renamed Arrow McLaren Racing SP and will field two Chevrolet-powered cars in the 2020 NTT … Continue reading After Screwing Up Fernando Alonso’s Indy 500 Bid, McLaren Commits to IndyCar Full Time in 2020
On Saturday, Patriots wide receiver Josh Gordon officially applied for reinstatement to the league. He was suspended indefinitely late last season, and the NFL won't really tell us what that means for him. Gordon has been in and out of the league many times throughout his career. Failed drug tests have been the single negative … Continue reading If Josh Gordon Doesn’t Get Reinstated We Riot
Carmelo Anthony's trainer, Chris Brickley, said earlier this week that Melo was better than 60% of the players with contracts in the NBA. For those who don't know the man, he is a basketball trainer whom Melo is very close to because they were both part of the Knicks organization. Since every downgrade Carmelo has … Continue reading What Teams Can Consider Melo for a Farewell Tour?
First of all, what a fun group this has become during the Sean Payton era! So many trials and tribulations, so many expectations and failures, some YES moments, and a lot more NOOOOOO moments in general. This is a troubled group position with so many lows, and yet, great amazing highs when they have clicked. … Continue reading Summer Positions Breakdown 2019: The Secondary is Stacked, Y’all!!
Let me preface this by saying that I'm the biggest LeBron defender out of all the LeBron haters. Yes, I think he's a good person. Yes, I think he's a good father. Yes, I know he's one of the greatest players who ever lived. And I commend him for going to all his kids events, … Continue reading Days Later And Thousands Of Arguments Later, LeBron Is Still an Asshole For Running On The Court In Bronny’s Game
And then just like that, it happened... Michael Thomas is now breaking more records, inking the first 100 million dollar contract for an offensive player that's not a quarterback AND being the highest paid wide receiver in NFL history. Now those two records are probably not gonna last that long. But what's amazing for the … Continue reading MICHAEL THOMAS GOT PAID, Y’ALL!!