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Cristiano Ronaldo and His Legacy In Madrid

  On June 9th, 2011 Real Madrid announced what would end up being one of the greatest signings in history. They acquired a 24-year-old Portuguese player named Cristiano Ronaldo for £80m from Manchester United.  In his 2 years playing with Manchester United at the Premier League level, Ronaldo was just eating up his competition alive.  The Red Devils won the League Title both years he … Continue reading Cristiano Ronaldo and His Legacy In Madrid

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare Set to Make Some Waves in E-Sports Later This Year

Earlier this month Activision and Infinity Ward had their multiplayer world premiere of the upcoming Call of Duty Modern Warfare and it did not disappoint. 35 of the biggest Streamers and E-sports athletes were invited to this private event. All of them were allowed to live stream the game on their Twitch channels. Among those invited were Shroud, former Counter Strike Global Offensive Champion. and … Continue reading Call of Duty Modern Warfare Set to Make Some Waves in E-Sports Later This Year

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The Rivalry brewing in the City of Angels: Clippers vs. Lakers

It seems okay to proclaim that the dust from this year’s NBA Free Agency signings and trades has settled. Now with that being said, arguably the greatest rivalry developing in the league right now is between the two teams in Los Angeles. Lakeshow versus the Clipshow. LeBron James and Anthony Davis versus Kawhi and Paul George. Both teams with relatively new looks, passionate management groups, … Continue reading The Rivalry brewing in the City of Angels: Clippers vs. Lakers

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Carmelo Anthony Should be In the NBA

It is very easy in this generation to take things out of context and especially nowadays in the media and changing their opinion every other day. Carmelo Anthony has been blackballed out of the NBA and I can’t seem to understand why. What I can understand and will try to explain the best way possible to the readers is WHY he deserves to be on … Continue reading Carmelo Anthony Should be In the NBA

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2019 AFC North Preview and Predictions

Photo Credits: Google Images Over the next several weeks, I will be previewing each division in the NFL, and am starting it off with the AFC North. The AFC North has been dominated by the Steelers, Ravens, and even the Bengals for the last decade. However, this year it looks like the Browns may finally have a chance to take their turn at dominating. The … Continue reading 2019 AFC North Preview and Predictions

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2019-2020 Vancouver Canucks Expectations

After their recent acquisitions of Tyler Myers, J.T Miller, Michael Ferland, the Canucks are coming into the season with high expectations and no room for error. GM Jim Benning is also in danger of losing his job if the Canucks don’t make it to the playoffs this season. So let’s take a look at the depth chart, prospects, and my expectations for them.   Depth … Continue reading 2019-2020 Vancouver Canucks Expectations

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Fortnite World Cup: The $3 Million Underdog Champions.

July 27, 2019: Emil “Nyhrox” Bergquist Pedersen (L) and David “Aqua” Wang (R) posing with the Fortnite World Cup trophies as your 2019 winners. (Photo by Sarah Stier/ Getty Images). Miguel Orellana, Aletis Sports Writer As one of the top games to play, Fortnite continues to grow with the inaugural 2019 Fortnite World Cup. The festivities were held in New York at the famous Arthur … Continue reading Fortnite World Cup: The $3 Million Underdog Champions.

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The Pelicans Young Core Got Next

The Pelicans can finally put the Anthony Davis saga behind them as the new GM David Griffin and his biggest task at hand was to handle the situation. Griffin did meet with AD at one point at which point Davis still informed the Pelicans front office he wanted to move on to decide the opportunity to play alongside Zion Williamson, Jaxson Hayes, and Nickeil Alexander-Walker. … Continue reading The Pelicans Young Core Got Next

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Top 5 Point Guards of All Time

In this 5 part series, I will be listing the 5 best players of all time for each position; starting with the point guard! The point guard, also known as the ‘one’ or the ‘point’, is one of the five positions listed in a regulation basketball game. The point guard is commonly seen as the leader as they are expected to run the team’s offense … Continue reading Top 5 Point Guards of All Time

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Kevin Durant unhappy with sign-and-trade to Brooklyn Nets

On June 30, Kevin Durant shocked New York Knicks fans when he announced that he would sign with across-the-bridge rivals in the Brooklyn Nets in free agency, teaming up with friends and former teammates (Team USA) Kyrie Irving and DeAndre Jordan. Technically, Kevin Durant took part in a sign-and-trade deal with the Nets that ultimately brought one time all-star D’Angelo Russell to the Bay Area. … Continue reading Kevin Durant unhappy with sign-and-trade to Brooklyn Nets

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Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour: The Next Chapter

Dragon Ball FighterZ is a fighting game released by Bandai Namco. It is based on the global franchise, Dragon Ball Z. it has its own original story but rose to prominence for its amazing art  style and slick gameplay. They started an eSports tournament last year that attracted some of the biggest fighting game players on the planet. Season 2 started at the end of … Continue reading Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour: The Next Chapter

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Cleveland Rocks! An All-Star week for the ages, filled with memorable moments

Photo Credits: Ron Schwane – The Associated Press The 2019 All-Star Week in Cleveland was one of the best the game has ever seen. The American League won their seventh straight mid-summer classic by a final score of 4-3. The week was nearly perfect in every sense.  First things first, It was a successful event for both Major League Baseball, and for the city of … Continue reading Cleveland Rocks! An All-Star week for the ages, filled with memorable moments

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A Short Assessment of the First Half of the 2019 MLB Season: American League Edition

Surprise! The 2019 baseball season has already reached its halfway point, and it’s time for every team’s midseason review. Starting with all teams in the AL East New York Yankees: 54-28 Despite being infected with injuries to nearly all their stars at various points in the year, the Yankees stand tall, leading the Majors with 476 runs scored. If they can improve their defense – … Continue reading A Short Assessment of the First Half of the 2019 MLB Season: American League Edition

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Breaking Down Future Championship Contending Teams

In the modern era of basketball there are several components to a team that a championship contender must have in order to compete; a guard that can lead the team’s offense, high-quality outside shooters and big-men who can clean the glass whilst effectively scoring and protecting the paint. This is the modern NBA championship quality template and this is what many teams are working towards. … Continue reading Breaking Down Future Championship Contending Teams

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Sleepers In the 2nd Round of 2019 NBA Draft

This list is no particular order this is simply my own formulated opinion based on the talent I have personally evaluated. 1.Bol Bol- Denver  Position: Center Height: 7’2 College: Oregon Stats 18-19 (9 Games) :21 ppg- 9.6 rpg- 2.7 bpg / 56% fg/- 52% 3p  Bol Bol was always a great prospect but his very skinny body shape never attracted NBA scouts as much and … Continue reading Sleepers In the 2nd Round of 2019 NBA Draft

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Draft Profile: Ja Morant

Ja Morant is quite possibly the undisputed 2nd pick in this upcoming  2019 NBA draft and he will most likely be headed to Memphis to join the rebuilding Grizzlies. Ja Morant, Murray State 6’3, 175 lb Sophomore Stats: 24.5 PPG, 5.7 RPG, 10.0 APG/ 49% FG, 36% 3P I see multiple comparisons to Russell Westbrook and while there are multiple similarities I believe Morant is … Continue reading Draft Profile: Ja Morant

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Draft Profile: Deandre Hunter

Deandre Hunter, Virginia 6’7, 225 lb, 7’2 Wingspan Sophomore Stats:  15.2 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 2.0 apg/    52%%fg 43% 3p Hunter was a huge upgrade this season for this Virginia program as many questioned if Hunter had any self-confidence at all as he was described as playing nervous and scared during his Freshman Year. His sophomore season he gave us look at his potential and his … Continue reading Draft Profile: Deandre Hunter

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Why LeBron James Would have won the 2019 NBA Finals if He Stayed in Cleveland

Photo credits: https://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/ct-lebron-james-buzzer-beather-cavs-raptors-20180505-story.html The 2019 NBA Finals have just wrapped up with the Toronto Raptors defeating the Golden State Warriors in 6 games winning Game 6 by a score of 114-110. Kawhi Leonard joined LeBron James and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the only players to win Finals MVP for two different franchises. “The Klaw” is also the first player to win Finals MVP in both conferences. … Continue reading Why LeBron James Would have won the 2019 NBA Finals if He Stayed in Cleveland

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Cuba: Gold Cup Preview (Group stage)

United States PST                                        Prediction 6:30 pm Mexico v Cuba                                  Mex 2-2 Cub   1 point 6:00 pm Cuba v Martinique                             Cub 2-0 Mar   3 Points 6:00 pm Canada v Cuba                                 Can 1-2 Cub   3 points Los Leones were in the qualifying rounds and with pure heart the Cuban side made it into the group stages as they dominated their 3 matches against Turks and Caicos Islands, … Continue reading Cuba: Gold Cup Preview (Group stage)

US Border Patrol seizes $560,000 worth of fake NBA championship rings

On Wednesday, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency addressed a counterfeit shipment they seized with a press release. The federal agency reported that 28 NBA championship rings were found violating protected trademarks and designs for 11 of the 30 NBA teams. During the statement, they also noted that the total price of these rings (had they been legitimate) would be approximately. $560,000 USD. The … Continue reading US Border Patrol seizes $560,000 worth of fake NBA championship rings

2019-2020 NFL AFC South Previews and Predictions

So far in this predictions series, the two division winners have been the Cleveland Browns of the AFC North, and the New England Patriots of the AFC East. Today, I will be giving my thoughts on what will happen this season in the AFC South division. Last season, the division was won by the Houston Texans who had a record of 11-5. Not far behind … Continue reading 2019-2020 NFL AFC South Previews and Predictions

2019-2020 NFL AFC East Preview and Predictions

In my last NFL prediction article, I predicted the Browns would go 11-5 and win their first division title in 30 years and be AFC North Champs. Today, I will be previewing and giving my predictions on a division that has been dominated by last year’s Super Bowl Champions New England Patriots for 10 straight seasons. Without further ado, let’s take a look at the … Continue reading 2019-2020 NFL AFC East Preview and Predictions

The Truest of True All-NBA Decade Teams

Recently, NBA.com released 3 5-man squads that they labeled the “all-decade teams”, and there has been much backlash over the players picked, and what team they were put on. Such as Chris Paul being on 2nd team, Kobe Bryant being on the third, and Dwyane Wade being on the third team. Being on these teams should be earned with your talent and with winning, not … Continue reading The Truest of True All-NBA Decade Teams